Maps [Ming shi san ling tu].

Format Maps
Contributors Hummel, Arthur W. (Arthur William)
Dates 1757
Location China
Ming Tombs
Language Chinese
Subjects Aerial Views
Early Maps
Early Works to 1800
Manuscript Maps
Ming Tombs
Ming Tombs (China)
[Ming shi san ling tu].
Other Title
Map of the Ming Dynasty Tombs
Contributor Names
Hummel, Arthur W. (Arthur William), 1884-1975.
Created / Published
[After 1757]
Subject Headings
-  Ming Tombs (China)--Aerial views--Early works to 1800
-  Ming Tombs (China)--Maps--Early works to 1800
-  China--Ming Tombs
Early maps
Manuscript maps
Aerial views
-  Perspective map not drawn to scale.
-  Title supplied.
-  Manuscript on silk.
-  Brush-and-ink and watercolor.
-  Oriented with north toward the upper right.
-  Relief shown pictorially.
-  Bird's-eye view.
-  Shows the sites of the 13 Ming emperors' tombs and their environs, including the Great Wall and its strategic gates near Beijing.
-  Hummel purchase 1930, no. 17.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Includes descriptive notes.
-  Previous call number:G7822.M5A3 1795 .M5 Vault Oversize
-  AACR2
col. map on sheet 67 x 131 cm.
Call Number
G7822.M5A3 1757 .M5
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
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