Maps Yu ji tu.

Format Maps
Dates 1136
Location China
Language Chinese
Subjects China
Maps, Manuscript
Yu ji tu.
Other Title
Created / Published
Subject Headings
-  Rivers--China--Maps
-  China--Maps, Manuscript
-  Rubbing--China--Maps
-  China
-  Scale ca. 1:5,000,000.
-  Stone rubbing dated 1933? One of the earliest stone maps, it consists of 5,110 grids, each grid is approximately 100 li.
-  Original stone was engraved in Fuchang 7 nian, i.e. 1136 A.D. The stone is now in the Forest of Stone Steles Musuem in Xi'an, China.
-  Shows coast lines, Yellow River, Yangtze River and its branches, Tai Lake, Dongting Lake, and Fanyang Lake.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Prev. call#: G7820 1136 .L51
-  AACR2: 651
1 map 84 x 82 cm.
Call Number
G7821.C3 1136 .Y81
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g7821c ct001493
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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