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Map Planʺ stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga cʺ izobrazhenīemʺ znatni︠e︡ĭshikhʺ onago prospektovʺ Планъ столичнаго города Санктпетербурга cъ изображеніемъ знатнѣйшихъ онаго проспектовъ / / Plan stolichnogo goroda Sanktpeterburga c izobrazheniem znatneĭshikh onogo prospektov / Plan de la ville de St. Petersbourg avec ses principales vües / Stolichnoĭ gorodʹ. S. Peterburgʺ. Chertilʺ Ī. Truskotʺ

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Title

  • Planʺ stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga cʺ izobrazhenīemʺ znatni︠e︡ĭshikhʺ onago prospektovʺ

Other Title

  • Планъ столичнаго города Санктпетербурга cъ изображеніемъ знатнѣйшихъ онаго проспектовъ /
  • Plan stolichnogo goroda Sanktpeterburga c izobrazheniem znatneĭshikh onogo prospektov
  • Plan de la ville de St. Petersbourg avec ses principales vües
  • Stolichnoĭ gorodʹ. S. Peterburgʺ. Chertilʺ Ī. Truskotʺ

Names

  • Imperatorskai︠a︡ akademīi︠a︡ naukʺ i khudozhestvʺ (Russia)
  • Valeriani, Giuseppe.
  • Makhaev, Mikhail Ivanovich, 1718-1770.
  • Michurin, Ivan Fedorovich, 1700-1763.
  • Sokolovʺ, Ivanʺ Aleksi︠e︡evichʺ, 1717-1757.
  • Treskot, Johann, 1719-1786.

Created / Published

  • Vʺ Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡ : [Imperatorskai︠a︡ Akademīi︠a︡ naukʺ i khudozhestvʺ], 1753 goda.

Headings

  • -  Saint Petersburg (Russia)--Aerial views--Early works to 1800
  • -  Saint Petersburg (Russia)--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Moscow (Russia)--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Russia--St. Petersburg
  • -  Russia--Moscow

Notes

  • -  "Planʺ Imperatorskago stolichnago goroda Moskvy, sochinennoĭ podʺ smotrenīemʺ arkhitektora Ivana Michurina vʺ 1739 godu," map at end. [Plan/map of the Imperial capital city of Moscow, prepared under the supervision of the architect Ivan Michurin in 1739.]
  • -  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
  • -  List of buildings, etc. in Russian, romanized Russian, and French; list of streets in Russian and romanized Russian; legends on St. Petersburg map (1737) in Russian and German, on Moscow map in Russian.
  • -  Most of the plates are signed: "Podsmotr. g. Valerīiani, snimalʺ podmasterʹi︠a︡ Mikhaĭla Makhaevʺ." Engraved by various engravers under supervision of Ivan Sokolov.
  • -  English translation of French map captions: 1. Map of St. Petersburg from 1737 -- 2. View of the Neva towards the East between the shipyards and the 13th line of the Wasily section -- 3. View of the banks of the Neva showing the river between the Admiralty and the buildings of the Academy of Sciences -- 4. View of the banks of the Neva downriver between the Winter Palace and the buildings of the Academy of Sciences -- 5. View of the Neva towards the West between the Church of St. Isaac and the buildings of the Cadet Corps -- 6. View of the Fontancka River towards the south between the grotto and the court's storehouses -- 7. View of the Admiralty and its surroundings looking west from the triumphal arch --
  • -  8. View of a part of the town of St. Petersburg looking east from the triumphal arch -- 9. View of the Bourse and the commodities market while ascending from the little Neva -- 10. View of the buildings of the Imperial Colleges and a part of the commodities market toward the east -- 11. View of the New Palace from the triumphal arch of Anitschki toward the east with a part of the town and Nevsky Prospect close to the shore of the Fontanka -- 12. View of the Summer Palace from the north shore -- 13. View of the Old Winter Palace and the canal that joins the Moika and the Neva -- 14. View of Kamennoy Island on the little Newka near the St. Petersburg residence of the Countess Bestoucheff Rumin -- 15. Map of Moscow from 1739.
  • -  Accompanied by Supplement: Stolichnoĭ gorodʹ. S. Peterburgʺ. Chertilʺ Ī. Truskotʺ. Podsmotr. Iv. Sokolova grid. khudozhniki obshche. [Vʹ Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡, 1753]. Map 135 x 100 cm. folded to 75 x 52 cm. (in portfolio). Scale not given. Issued in 9 sheets, mounted on muslin to fold. Call number: G2114.L4 A3 1753 Suppl.
  • -  Includes index.
  • -  Eighteenth century Russian publications in the Library of Congress (Fessenko), 11*
  • -  "Планъ Императорскаго столичнаго города Москвы, сочиненной подъ смотреніемъ архитектора Ивана Мичурина въ 1739 году," map at end. [Plan/map of the Imperial capital city of Moscow, prepared under the supervision of the architect Ivan Michurin in 1739.]
  • -  Most of the plates are signed: "Подсмотр. г. Валеріиани, снималъ подмастерья Михайла Махаевъ." Engraved by various engravers under supervision of Иван Соколов.
  • -  Accompanied by Supplement: Столичной городь. С. Петербургъ. Чертилъ І. Трускотъ. Подсмотр. Ив. Соколова грид. художники обще. [Вь Санктпетербургѣ, 1753]. Map 135 x 100 cm. folded to 75 x 52 cm. (in portfolio). Scale not given. Issued in 9 sheets, mounted on muslin to fold. Call number: G2114.L4 A3 1753 Suppl.

Medium

  • 1 atlas ([4], 6 p., [30] plates) : 2 maps, 13 views (some folded) 52 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • G2114.L4 A3 1753

Repository

  • Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 14002124

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Chicago citation style:

Imperatorskai︠A︡ Akademīi︠A︡ Naukʺ I Khudozhestvʺ, Giuseppe Valeriani, Mikhail Ivanovich Makhaev, Ivan Fedorovich Michurin, Ivanʺ Aleksi︠E︡Evichʺ Sokolovʺ, and Johann Treskot. Planʺ stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga cʺ izobrazhenīemʺ znatni︠e︡ĭshikhʺ onago prospektovʺ. [Vʺ Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡: Imperatorskai︠a︡ Akademīi︠a︡ naukʺ i khudozhestvʺ, goda, 1753] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/14002124/.

APA citation style:

Imperatorskai︠A︡ Akademīi︠A︡ Naukʺ I Khudozhestvʺ, Valeriani, G., Makhaev, M. I., Michurin, I. F., Sokolovʺ, I. A. & Treskot, J. (1753) Planʺ stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga cʺ izobrazhenīemʺ znatni︠e︡ĭshikhʺ onago prospektovʺ. [Vʺ Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡: Imperatorskai︠a︡ Akademīi︠a︡ naukʺ i khudozhestvʺ, goda] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/14002124/.

MLA citation style:

Imperatorskai︠A︡ Akademīi︠A︡ Naukʺ I Khudozhestvʺ, et al. Planʺ stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga cʺ izobrazhenīemʺ znatni︠e︡ĭshikhʺ onago prospektovʺ. [Vʺ Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡: Imperatorskai︠a︡ Akademīi︠a︡ naukʺ i khudozhestvʺ, goda, 1753] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/14002124/>.