Browsing TIMEA - Travelers in the Middle East Archive by Subject "Egypt -- Maps."

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  • Ancient Egypt and Surrounding Countries 

    Underwood & Underwood (1905)
    A line map of Egypt and Arabia with major cities and bodies of water
  • Carte Archeologique de L'Egypte 

    Erhard (1876)
    map of the Nile river in Egypt, as well as the Arabian Peninsula, with great topographical detail and city names.
  • Egypt 

    Maclure & Co. Lithographers (1889)
    A very detailed color map of Egypt, showing cities, rivers and tributaries, as well as topographical information and latitudinal and longitudinal markings.
  • Egypt 

    Weller, Edward d. 1884 (1888)
    A very large fold-out map showing in great detail the course of the Nile River from Upper to Lower Egypt, from Semmeh to the Mediterranean Sea. Major roads, towns and places of interest are marked.
  • Environs of Mt. Sinai & Mt. Serbal 

    Wagner & Debes (1885)
    An electronically enhanced version of a two-page color map of the area surrounding Mount Sinai, with major roads and geographical areas labeled.
  • Environs of the Monastery of Mt. Sinai and of the Jebel Musa. 

    Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1885)
    An electronically enhanced version of a map showing paths surrounding the Monastery of St. Catharine at Mt. Sinai.
  • Le Fayoum 

    Wagner & Debes (1914)
    A colored two-page map showing the Fayoum, fertile land, and the cities and towns in the area with names in Arabic and French.
  • Le Fayoum 

    Wagner & Debes (1908)
    A colored two-page map showing the Fayoum, fertile land, and the cities and towns in the area with names in Arabic and French.
  • Le Nil D'Abou-Kerkas A Nag'a Hammadi 

    Wagner & Debes (1914)
    A map in which two sections of the Nile River are presented side-by-side, with towns along them labeled in French.
  • Le Nil D'Abou-Kerkas A Nag'a Hammadi 

    Wagner & Debes (1908)
    A map in which two sections of the Nile River are presented side-by-side, with towns along them labeled in French.
  • Map of Cook's Steamer and Dahabeah Service of the Nile 

    W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1895)
    Bottom half of a greyscale map of the course of the Nile River and areas of interest surrounding it, with the parts of the Nile serviced by Cook Tours traced in red, down to the Second Cataract.
  • Map of Cook's steamer and Dahabeah Service on the Nile 

    W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1897)
    A two-part map of the Nile River showing the course taken by Cook Tours' steamer, traced in red.
  • Map of Cook's Tours to Egypt, the Nile, Palestine, Turkey, Greece, Italy &c. 

    W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1897)
    A map of the Middle East and southern Europe showing the routes of Cook steamers traced in red.
  • Map of Egypt and the Sudan 

    Stanford's Geographical Establishment (1911)
    Map of Egypt and the Sudan
  • Map of Plains of Gura & Haala 

    Unknown (1884)
    A simple sketch map of the area around Gura and Haala, showing cities and topographical information.
  • The Nile from Demhid to the Second Cataract 

    Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1898)
    A map in which two sections of the Nile River are presented side-by-side and in false orientation, with towns along them labeled in Arabic.
  • The Nile from Keneh to Demhid 

    Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1898)
    A two-columned map following the course of the Nile, with the names of cities and towns along its banks.
  • The Nile from the Mediterranean to Khartum 

    Underwood & Underwood (1905)
    A line map of the Nile River with travel routes, and places of interest numbered in orange.
  • Ramleh 

    Wagner & Debes (1914)
    A plan of Ramleh, with a key marking off tram stations.
  • Sketch Map of Egypt 

    Wagner & Debes (1908)
    A sketch map of Egypt, outlining the Nile River and major destinations on and near it, as well as basic topographical information.