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Map Imperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia : cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata : in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi Imperii Turcici Europaei terra in primis Graecia

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Title

  • Imperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia : cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata : in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi

Other Title

  • Imperii Turcici Europaei terra in primis Graecia

Names

  • Harenberg, Johann Christoph, 1696-1774, cartographer.
  • Homann Erben (Firm), publisher.

Created / Published

  • [Nuremberg, Bavaria] : Curantibus Homannianis Heredibus cum privil. S.C.M., A. 1741.

Headings

  • -  Turkey--Administrative and political divisions--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Turkey--History--Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Greece--Administrative and political divisions--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Greece--History--1453-1821--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Mediterranean Region--History--1517-1789--Maps--Early works to 1800
  • -  Turkey
  • -  Greece
  • -  Mediterranean Region

Genre

  • Early maps

Notes

  • -  General-content map of the European part of the Ottoman Empire (with emphasis on Greece) and the eastern Mediterranean Sea region.
  • -  Relief shown pictorially.
  • -  In Latin (including place-names).
  • -  Title printed in embellished cartouche (images of ancient coins).
  • -  Prime meridian: Ferro.
  • -  This map is similar to Map 13a in Johann Baptist Homann's "Grosser Atlas über die gantze Welt", Nürnberg, published by Johann Ernst Adelbulner, 1716 (Phillips no. 5966).
  • -  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
  • -  There is no handwritten Millard Fillmore signature on recto or verso.
  • -  There is a lead-pencil annotation showing an island identified as "Parthia" in the Mediterranean Sea between Crete and Libya.
  • -  Hand colored to emphasize province boundaries within the Ottoman Empire and to indicate coastlines.
  • -  When affixed to cloth backing the map sheet was sectioned to 12 panels to enable folding.
  • -  LC sheet imperfect: Use-worn, taped at fold lines on cloth backing, 2 LC accession rubber stampings in map-content area (upper border and lower right).
  • -  Includes text, numbered notes in upper margin, and 4 bar scales.
  • -  Paper slip with Fillmore number "241 1741" affixed to cloth backing (verso); various handwritten annotations on cloth backing (verso): Carte de la Grèce -- 1741 -- Grecia 1741 -- 18 [ou?].
  • -  Vault

Medium

  • 1 map : color, mounted on cloth backing ; 48 x 56 cm, folded to 13 x 20 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • G7430 1741 .H3

Repository

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

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2018588068

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Harenberg, Johann Christoph, Cartographer, and Publisher Homann Erben. Imperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia: cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata: in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi. [Nuremberg, Bavaria: Curantibus Homannianis Heredibus cum privil. S.C.M., A, 1741] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018588068/.

APA citation style:

Harenberg, J. C. & Homann Erben, P. (1741) Imperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia: cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata: in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi. [Nuremberg, Bavaria: Curantibus Homannianis Heredibus cum privil. S.C.M., A] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018588068/.

MLA citation style:

Harenberg, Johann Christoph, Cartographer, and Publisher Homann Erben. Imperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia: cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata: in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi. [Nuremberg, Bavaria: Curantibus Homannianis Heredibus cum privil. S.C.M., A, 1741] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018588068/>.