Ancient Greece was located in what is now southern Europe and is made up of a mainland peninsula and hundreds of small islands. These islands are in the Ionian, Aegean, and Mediterranean Seas. Here are some original maps we asked our illustrator, Phillip Martin, to create as part of our study of ancient Greece. These maps are free to use for teachers and students in your classroom or for your homework assignment. Right click and save any map you wish to your computer.
Athens, Sparta, Argos, Corinth, and Megara
Map of the Trojan War between Sparta and Troy
Theseus and the
Theseus travels from Athens to Crete