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The map you see depicts the borders and major cities of the Roman Empire in 117 AD. That was a period when the empire was at its largest and most prosperous, under the rule of Emperor Trajan.


The map shows the borders of the empire stretching from the Pannonian Basin in the east to the shores of the Mediterranean, as well as the northern part of North Africa and the British Isles.


More than 330 vector illustrations from which you can put together your coolest Roman-era map for board games, illustrations or any other decor.


Only the printable version of the map includes illustrations of the cities; you won't find them in the vector and PNG files. I am selling them separately as part of another package.


The download includes a zip package with:
• large PNG images with transparent backgrounds.
• vector SVG file 
• vector Adobe Illustrator (.Ai) file
• print ready map (70x50cm, 300dpi jpg format)
• commercial rights are also included.
Please feel free to ask any questions. 



Roma Empire map builder vector illustrations from 117 AD

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