Jezreel Valley Regional Project Archaeology and History of a Regional Landscape

Archival Maps



Tabula Peutingeriana (1st - 4th Century CE)

Shows the cursus publicus roads:

From Cesarea to Caparcotani (__ miles)

From Caparcotani to Scythopolis (23 miles)

Caparcotani is the only site in the valley indicated. There is no indication of topography of the valley. An unlabeled river near Caparcotani, however, appears to be the Kishon.

Part of the Tabula Peutingeriana showing the the region of the Jezreel Valley (left center).

From the Facsimile edition by Conradi Millieri, 1887/1888, Section XI.

Ptolemy's Geographia (2nd Century CE) maps from Codex Ebnerianus (15th Century CE)


Notable Omissions

Madaba Mab (preservation)

Al-Idrisi's Map of the World (12th c. CE; Bartlett 2008: Pl. 4).


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