Scale not given. Stone rubbing dated 1933? 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. Covers China in Nan Song Dynasty, from east to the sea, including Korea to the west of Pamier area, from north to the Great Wall, northeast to Heilongjiang region, to the south ...
Covers Egypt and Sudan when Sudan was administered as a condominium of Egypt and the United Kingdom (1899-1956). Outline map shows the political boundaries with the adjoining countries, waterways, and railway system. "Lithographed at W. O., 1911 and printed at W.O., 1938."
Contributor:Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section
Shows international boundaries, Administrative divisions, Jewish National Fund land, P.I.C.A. (Palestine Jewish Colonization Association) land, Jewish land, land purchased by contracts, and land not divided, roadas, railways, cultural places, and tracks. Relief shown by spot heights. "Map No. 6."--On upper right corner. "Printed at the Survey Office, Jaffa, Corrections to March 1930." "All Rights of reproduction reserved, Survey of Palestine." "Malby & Sons, Lith."
Shows international boundaries, district boundary, sub-district boundary, towns, Arab Villages, Jewish colonies, rodas, railways, cultural places, and tracks. Relief shown by spot heights. "No. D/43/31." in Red color "Printed at the Survey Office, Jaffa, Corrections to March 1930." "All Rights of reproduction reserved, Survey of Palestine." "Boundaries to Feb. 1932.", in Red color.
Covers Liwāʼ al-ʻAmārah, present-day is Maysān Province, Iraq. Printed at the Directorate General of Surveying Press, Baghdad, 1936. The map coverage, in some cases, does not reflect the current administrative divisions. Shows administrative divisions, distribution of the tribal society, tribes and clans' names in red color, and borderlands with Iran. Includes indexed table of 114 populated place and name of the tribal leader (or ...
Shows administrative divisions, sub-divisions, city districts, major roads, and desert trails. "Gouvernment général de l'Algerie, Direction général de l'economie, de la Production et du ravitaillement, Service cartographique." Sheets are individually marked: Feuille Oest -- Feuille Est. Inset: Territoires du Sud.
Contributor:France. Délégation Générale Du Gouvernement En Algérie - Algeria. Gouverneur Général
Covers Diyālá province, first order administrative division. The coverage includes the following 2nd-order administrative divisions or Qaḍāʼ (marked in red color): al-Khāliṣ -- Baʻqūbah -- Khānaqīn -- Mandalī. The map coverage, in some cases, does not reflect the current administrative divisions. Shows physical features, administrative boundary, capital city Baʻqūbah, populated places, cultivated lands, marshland, roads, railways, and international boundary with Iran.
Copy annotated by the U.S. Bureau of the Census in yellow and green crayon to show enumeration districts and wards. "1934 work map" and "E.D.'s 101-1 to 101-26" are annotated on map. "Office copy" and "Official map 1934" are crossed out and "Void" is stamped on. Shows wards. Oriented with north to the right. DCP
Contributor:Alexandria City Zoning and Planning Commission
Relief shown by hachures. Title supplied by cataloger. Including index of adjoining sheets. Sheets cover 3 levels of the country administrative divisions: Liwāʼ (Province), Qaḍāʼ (District), and Nāḥīyah (Area or Municipality, including the attached villages and places forming each area). The set covers the following Provinces: al-ʻAmārah, Arbīl, Baghdād, al-Baṣrah, Diyālá, al-Dulaym, al-Ḥillah, Kirkūk, al-Kūt, al-Mawṣil, and al-Sulaymānīyah. تغطي المجموعة قرى وأماكن النواحي التابعة ...
F9765 U.S. Copyright Office Relief shown pictorially. Shows historic regions, not departments. Puzzle designed as a classroom teaching aid. Outline map of puzzle content on outside of box lid. Text (suggestions for classroom discussion) on inside of box lid. Vault ARP