L'Empire Des Turcs, En Europe, En Asie, et En Afrique . . . 1715 [includes Cyprus]
- Type of resource
- Paris, [ca. 1720]
- Digital origin
- reformatted digital
- 1 map : hand colored ; 22.5 x 19.5 in
- cartographic image
- Map data
- Scale not determined
Item belongs to a collection
The Barry Lawrence Ruderman Map Collection is an actively growing collection of digital scans created from the content that has passed through the map dealership of Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps, Inc. The content focuses primarily on Western European and North American cartographers and printers dating from the late 1400’s to the 1950’s.
- Digital collection
- 23727 digital items
- Associated with
- De Fer / Danet
- Rare Map of the Turkish Empire, extending from Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean in the west to the Caspian Sea and Persia in the East and from the Ukraine and Hungary in the north to the Gulf of Arabia in the south. Marvelous and highly detailed map of the region, centered on Cyprus, in gorgeous old color. The map includes and extensive annotation on the Turkish Empire. The map is quite rare on the market , with only one auction record and no dealer catalogue records in the past 27 years.
- Map shows Mediterranean, Greece, Balkans, Turkey, Egypt, Asia Minor, Central Asia, Caspian Sea.
- Tibbetts, G.R. 213.
- Available online
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