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    Imperii Persici in omnes suas provincias nova tabula geographica

    Relief shown pictorially. "Cum privilegio sac. cæsarece majestatis." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Homann, Johann Baptist
    • Date: 1724
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    Nova Persiæ, Armeniæ, Natoliæ, et Arabiæ

    Relief shown pictorially. "Gemeene Duytsche mylen van 15 in een graedt." Exhibition: Jordanian Display, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., May 25-27, 2005. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Wit, Frederik De.
    • Date: 1666
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    Alexandri magni imperium et expeditiones

    Relief shown by shading. Prime meridian: Paris "32." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Delamarche, Félix
    • Date: 1833
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    Imperii Persici in omnes suas provincias nova tabula geographica

    Relief shown pictorially. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Homann, Johann Baptist
    • Date: 1724
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    Deserta Aegypti, Thebaidis, Arabiae, Syriae etc. ubi accurata notata sunt loca inhabitata per Sanctos Patres Anachoretas

    Relief shown pictorially. In upper right corner: II7. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Seutter, Matthaeus
    • Date: 17??
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    Alexandri magni imperium et expeditio per Europam, per Africam et potissimum per Asiam

    Relief shown pictorially. Includes list of numbered notes and inset showing continets of Africa, Europe, and Asia. LC copies annotated in inks to show boundaries and mounted on linen. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Moulart-Sanson, Pierre
    • Date: 1712
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    Assyria vetvs diuifa in Syriam, Messopotamiam, Babyloniam, et Assyriam

    Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: La Rue, Philippe De. - Somer, J. - Mariette, Pierre
    • Date: 1651
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    Theatrum historicum ad annum Christi quadringentesimum : in quo tum Imperii Romani tum Barbarorum circum incolentium status ob oculosponitur pars orientalis

    Dated from other maps in the same atlas. Inset map: "Supplentum Theatro Historico", showing eastern hemisphere. Shows the eastern Roman Empire in 400 A.D. Shows boundaries, forests, settlements. Relief shown pictorially. London meridian. Covers the Middle East from Libya and Greece to the Indus River. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: L'isle, Guillaume De - Senex, John
    • Date: 1712
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    Theatrum historicum ad annum Christi quadringentesimum : in quo tum Imperii Romani tum Barbarorum circum incolentium status ob oculosponitur pars orientalis

    Shows nations and their borders in color. Relief shown pictorially. Includes globe-shaped inset titled "Supplementum Theatro Historicum" showing continents of Africa, Europe, Asia and northern boundaries of Australia, all with different colors. LC copy has a typewritten paper card stating "Modern Geography, John Senex, 1708-1725 (cong. Library Washington 550)." and "Property of Andrew Arthur Benton, New York, N. Y." LC copy stamped on: 626888. ...

    • Contributor: L'isle, Guillaume De
    • Date: 1725
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    Tableau de la retraite des dix mille / Catalog Record Only

    Relief shown by shading. Title from panel. From: "Atlas de la géographie ancienne, du Moyen Age, et moderne", Adopte Par Le Conseil Royal De l'Instruction Publique, A l'usage des Colleges Royaux et des Maisons d'Education, pour suivre les Cours de Geographie et D'Histoire; Par Felix Delamarche, Successeur De Robert De Vaugondy, Geographe Du Roi. A Paris, Chez Felix Delamarche, Ingenieur-Mecanicien Pour Les Globes Et ...

    • Contributor: Delamarche, Félix
    • Date: 1833
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    Syrie : sive Sorie descriptio. Catalog Record Only

    Covers area east of the Mediterranean Sea (present-time Syria, Lebanon, southern of Turkey), eastward to the Euphrates valley (preset-time parts of Iraq and Iran). Relief shown pictorially. Title is engraved on illustration of an elephant. Appears in: Geographia generalis; oder, Gründliche Beschreibung der Erd-Kugel", dated 1704. LC copy stamped on: "626888" ; and a slip: "Map to Cluver's Geography (1704)" ; "Property of Andrew ...

    • Contributor: Clüver, Philipp
    • Date: 1704
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    Patriarchatus Alexandrinus / Catalog Record Only

    First map shows the administrative divisions of Egypt and coastal Libya, and second map shows Egypt and the surrounding area. countries. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Includes text.

    • Contributor: Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon D
    • Date: 1731
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    Imperium Alexandri Magni : per Europam, Asiam, et Africam / Catalog Record Only

    Relief shown pictorially. Covers Empire of Alexander the Great at its greatest extent. Shows from Greece as far as east as modern day India and Pakistan. LC copy: lower right edge is partially missing.

    • Contributor: Zatta, Antonio
    • Date: 1785
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    Tabula Itineris Decies Mille Graecorum sub Cyro contra fratrem suum Artaxerxem, Regem Persarum : Eorumque Reditus sub Xenophonte secundum ipsius Xenophontis commentaria / Catalog Record Only

    Shows the route of the march of Cyrus and the retreat of the ten thousand. Relief shown pictorially. Map is based on the cartographic sources after the French cartographer Pierre du Val. "A haut et puissant Seigneur Messire Francois De L'Isle, Seigneur de Mariuault, S. Crespin, Ybouuiller, Aubouruille, Moontagu, la Roiie, Alinuille, et autres lieux Baron d'Ansouille"--Cartouche in lower left corner.

    • Contributor: Duval, P.
    • Date: 1653
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    Alexandri Magni Macedonis expeditio. Catalog Record Only

    Covers Alexander the Great's route and military campaign through Central Asia and Northeast Africa creating one of the largest empires of the ancient world stretching from Greece to Egypt and into present day Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan. LC copy annotated on folder: "I & J. Barbou, publ. (1733)." "Ortelius 1761"--To the left of title. Relief shown pictorially.

    • Contributor: Ortelius, Abraham
    • Date: 1733
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    Asia Anterior, ad mentem scriptorum, Sinensium antiquorum Catalog Record Only

    Shows Asia Front, according to an ancient Chinese script. Some names of the places are in Chinese. From: China and the Roman Orient ; Researches into their Ancient and Medieval relations as represented in Old Chinese records: pp. xvi, and 330. Leipzig and Munich, G. Hirth; Shanghai and Hong Kong, Kelly & Walsh, 1885. Sources: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record ...

    • Contributor: Hirth, Friedrich
    • Date: 1885
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    Persia sive Sophorum Regnum cum Armenia, Assyria, Mesopotamia et Babylonia / Catalog Record Only

    Shows Middle East ancient kingdoms and nations, mountains, rivers, and place names. "Tab 39.", on left of upper margin Relief shown pictorially. Appears in: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam, tam veterem quam novam, tabulis geographicis XLVI. ac notis olim ornata à Johanne Bunone, jam verô locupletata additamentis & annotationibus Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii. Cum privilegio ordinum Holl. & Westfrisiæ, Libr XLVI ...

    • Contributor: Clüver, Philipp
    • Date: 1697
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    Theatrum historicum ad annum Christi quadringentesimu[m] : in quo tu[m] Imperii Romani tum Barbarorum circumincolentium status ob oculos ponitur : pars orientalis / Catalog Record Only

    Relief shown pictorially. Printed in Paris "Chez Dezauche, successeur et possesseur du fond geographique des srs. de L'Isle et Buache, rue des Sorbonne, No. 9." Appears in: Atlas géographique des quatre parties du monde. Paris : Chez Dezauche, [1789]. Includes globe-shaped inset titled "Supplementum Theatro Historico" showing continents of Africa, Europe, Asia and northern boundaries of Australia, all with different colors. LC copy: Nations ...

    • Contributor: L'isle, Guillaume De
    • Date: 1789
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    Arabia Eudaemon : ex Plinio lib. VI, cap. 28. Catalog Record Only

    Historical atlas map of the Arabian Peninsula. Relief shown pictorially. Appears in: Petrus Bertius "Variæ orbis universi et ejus partium, tabulæ XX. geographicæ ex antiquis geographis et historicis confectæ, Paris, [1628?]. LC copy annotated on upper margin "Amesterdam 1661." ; and "P4261."

    • Contributor: Clüver, Philipp
    • Date: 1628
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    Chodorlahomoris Aelamitarum regis et confoederatorum regna seu Aelamitarum imperium antiquitati a Gulielmo Sanson restitutum, magnas repraesentans regiones a Mari Aegaeo ad indumusque fluvium quibus imperaverunt aut colonias dederunt Aelamitae de his haec ... Catalog Record Only

    Shows nations and their borders in color. Relief shown pictorially. Appears in: Beaurain, Jean (1696-1771). Atlas contenant les Cartes d'Italie de la Turquie en Europe de la Hongrie de la Grece de l'Asie de l'Afrique de l'Amerique, 1731. Appears in: Sanson's "An atlas of ancient history".

    • Contributor: Moulart-Sanson, Pierre
    • Date: 1712
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    Syria, et Assyria / Catalog Record Only

    Shows populated places. Relief shown pictorially. LC copy: Boundaries of ancient kingdoms and shore lines are marked in colors.

    • Contributor: Sanson, Nicolas
    • Date: 1655
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    Syrie : sive Sorie descriptio / Catalog Record Only

    Covers area east of the Mediterranean Sea (present-time Syria, Lebanon, southern of Turkey), eastward to the Euphrates valley (preset-time parts of Iraq and Iran). Title engraved on illustration of an elephant. Appears in "Geographia generalis; oder, Gründliche Beschreibung der Erd-Kugel", dated 1704. " Tab 42 ; pa 327."

    • Contributor: Clüver, Philipp
    • Date: 1704
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    Alexandri Magni itinera / Catalog Record Only

    Shows extent of the area conquered by Alexander the Great and the route of his armies. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro ; "Longit. ab Fort. Ins. versus Orientem." Appears in Lucas's "A general atlas containing distinct maps of all the known countries in the world", 1823. LC copy stamped on "626888" ; annotated in lower margin "Gen'l Atlas, Fielding Lucas Jr., 1826."

    • Contributor: Lucas, Fielding
    • Date: 1823
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    Theatrum historicum ad annum Christi quadrigentesimu[m] : in quo tu[m] Imperii Romani tu[m] Barbarorum circumincolentium status ob oculos ponitur : pars orientalis / Catalog Record Only

    Shows nations and their borders in color. Relief shown pictorially. Includes globe-shaped inset titled "Supplementum Theatro Historico" showing continents of Africa, Europe, Asia and northern boundaries of Australia, all with different colors.

    • Contributor: L'isle, Guillaume De
    • Date: 1705
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    Alexandri Magni Macedonis expeditio / Catalog Record Only

    Shows the Empire of Alexander the Great at its greatest extent. Covers from Greece as far as east as modern day India and Pakistan. Relief shown pictorially. "Cum privilegio Imp. et Ordinum Belgicor. ad decennium." From Abraham Ortelius' Theatrum orbis terrarum. Includes dedication from Abrah. Ortelius to the Honorable [or Lord] Henry Schotius and inset "Iovis ammonis oraculum."

    • Contributor: Ortelius, Abraham
    • Date: 1559