The first edition of the Orbis Romanus Atlas was prepared by privately by Markus Fraenz (email@example.com) currently at the Astronomy Unit, Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, London, E1 4NS UK.
Postal mail may be addressed to the address above.
I would like to thank my old friend and teacher Dr. Hermann-Josef Frings of the Beethoven-Gymnasium in Bonn, Germany for many years of guidance and inspiration in classical studies. The idea for this Atlas goes back to a map project on the history of the Roman legions started in 1976.
I would also like to thank the staff of the many libraries I have been using over the years to collect material for the Atlas. Specifically the staff of the Universitaetsbibliotheken Bonn, Wien and Wuerzburg, Staatsbibliothek Goettingen, the Libraries of Queen Mary & Westfield College, Imperial College and University College, the British Library and the Royal Geographical Society, London.
Further I would like to thank Nicholas Albery (Global Ideas) and Bill Thayer (Lacus Curtius) for helpful suggestions and corrections.
All maps and data can be downloaded and printed for free. Maps may also be used for education or other purposes or may be modified. You should only keep the entry M.Fraenz fecit on the maps and with the data files. If you modify maps or files you should add your authorship note to the entry.