Map — 1 map on 2 sheets : color ; sheets 54 x 61 cm
Two-sheet map of European Russia and Western Siberia, published by Georg Matthaus Suetter after the "Atlas Russicus" by de L'Isle. Northern map shows territory from the top of the Kola Peninsula to Permia and Orlov in the east, the nealy founded "Petersburg" in the south-west and Vologda and "Czochloma" in the south. Southern map shows area from Novgorod in the north-east to the range of the "Cosaci Zaporovienses" (Zaprozhe Cossacks) in the south, the various Tatar and Circassian peoples across the south and east, and the Astrakhan region along the Volga River in the extreme east.
Map of the Eastern Balkans by Seutter, showing the theatre of conflict among the Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Russian Empires in the 18th century. Shows territories from "Palat Russiae Lembergensis Pars" (today's Lviv oblast) in the upper left to "Romaniae Thraciaep" (today's northern Bulgaria) in the lower right, "Serviae Pars" (Serbia) in the lower left and Besarabia (today's Republic of Moldova) and the Black Sea in the upper right. Fine depiction of the Dunube river and its tributatries, particularly in the Black Sea Delta.