Ancient Troy Map 

NOTE: Troy is Ilium/Troia

This map of Ancient Troy originated on the Interactive Ancient Mediterranean Web site 
( It has been copied, reused or redistributed 
under the terms of IAM's fair use policy.
Copyright 1998, Interactive Ancient Mediterranean.

Most archaeologists, beginning with Heinrich Schliemann who first excavated the area, believe that the Trojan War may have occurred at Hissarlik in Asia Minor, which is present day Turkey. In the February 2003 issue of Geology, John C. Kraft, professor of Geology at the University of Delaware, claims that Homer's Iliad is an accurate account of the geology and geography of ancient Troy.

For books discussing the likelihood of the Trojan War in Asia Minor, see In Search of the Trojan War by Michael Wood, and the recently published The Trojan War: A New History by Barry Strauss.


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Other Ancient Troy resources
Perseus Site: Troy
Troy at Wikipedia
Greek Mythology in Ancient Art
Greece and Asia Minor Maps


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