Map of the area around Carthage, as described in “De Bello Africo”, an anonymous work frequently attributed to Julius Caesar. Map of Egypt, based on the description contained in "De Bello Alexandrino", an anonymous work frequently attributed to Julius Caesar.
Africa, ex Bello Africano, C. I. Caesaris. Aegiptus, ex Bello Alexandrino, C. I. Caesaris.
[MOLL, Herman]. Geographia classica: The geography of the ancients so far describ'd as it is contain'd in the Greek and Latin classicks, in twenty-nine maps of the Old World and its several Kingdoms and Provinces: Wherein the chief Places mention'd in Homer, Virgil, Ovid, Lucan, Eutropius, Cornelius Nepos, Justin, Quintus Curtius, Sallust, Livy, Caesar, Plutarch, Xenophon, Herodotus, and many other Ancient Authors are describ'd. To which is added, a Map of the Places mention'd in the Old and New Testaments. A collection long wanted, and now publish'd for the use of schools, London, Printed for C. Browne, MDCCXVII [=1717].
The Gennadius Library - The American School of Classical Studies at Athens