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First known map of Ireland from 140AD. Ptolemy’s Roman era “map” looks much like today’s Ireland, save a few discrepancies. His map is consistent with some intimate Mediterranean knowledge of Ireland, its peoples, coastal features and principal places. He called Ireland “Iouerníā,” which is thought to mean “abundant land” and from which derive the Irish names Ériu and Éire. Ancient Ireland, Ireland Map, Ancient Maps, Ancient Greek, Genealogy Ireland, Galway Ireland, Ancient History, Irish News, Images Of Ireland
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Have you seen the first known map of Ireland from 140AD?

A famous Greek astronomer and cartographer, Ptolemy's map of Ireland is incredibly accurate even though it was penned way back in 140AD.

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