The Mycenaean Atlas Project is more than just a Bronze Age gazetteer. It is an accessible viewer for the entire ancient world - and at every period. It accomplishes this goal by integrating several very different data sets. Here's an example:
The city of Aigion in Achaea as displayed in the Digital Atlas
Design of old and new interaction with Pleiades.
The new Commentary on Pleiades page (here for Belminatis, Pleiades 570152).
Now I'd like to show a situation in which this commentary is invaluable.
|Pleiades grouping 18 sites at the very same location: 37.25 N, 22.25 E.|
Placement of Mount Boreion (Attica) in Pleiades, Topostext, and Mycenaean Atlas Project.