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    Wu bei zhi Wood block print. "Juan 240" shows Zheng He's voyager route from Nanjing, passing through South East Asia, Indian Ocean, Red Sea, all the way to Persian Gulf. Early Qing Dynasty ed., prefaced Tianqi 1 (1621). Juan (chapter) 240 is one of 80 volumes in 8 cases (30 x 19 cm.). "Wu bei zhi juan er bai si shi." Available also through the Library of ...
    • Contributor: Mao, Yuanyi
    • Date: 1644

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    Toonneel der steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden, met hare beschrijvingen Dutch. Some maps in Latin. Phillips, 3076 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 43:121.1 Date from Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici from the list of burgomasters elected in 1652 in the text about Delft. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Engraved title page with letterpress title pasted on. LC copy bound in cream vellum, embossed and gilded.
    • Contributor: Blaeu, Joan
    • Date: 1652

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    Nova et recens emendata totius Regni Ungariæ una cum adiacentibus et finitimis regionibus delineatio Map of Hungary and adjacent parts of the Danube River Valley showing populated places occupied by the invading Turks and places remaining Christian (unoccupied). Covers the Danube River Valley from Vienna (upstream) to a point just above the entrance of the Caraş River (downstream--present-day Romanian border). Relief shown pictorially. Title, notes, and principal place-names in Latin. Note at lower right: Vera delineatio accurataq[ue] tabula ...
    • Contributor: Keere, Pieter Van Den - Doetecam, Jan Van - Claesz, Cornelis
    • Date: 1620
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    Neue Land Tafel von Hungarn : und dessenincorporirten Königreichen und Provinzen Map of Hungary and adjacent parts of the Danube River Valley showing populated places occupied by the Turkish invaders and places remaining Christian (unoccupied). Covers the Danube River Valley from Vienna (upstream) to the entrance of the Aluta (Olt) River (downstream). Relief shown pictorially. Title, notes, directories, and principal place-names in German. LC copy imperfect: Fold-lined (vertically), paper-taped on verso. Includes text, notes, historical ...
    • Contributor: Sandrart, Jakob Von
    • Date: 1664
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    Estats de l'empire dv Grand Seignevr des Tvrqs ou Svltan des Ottomans en Asie, en Afriqve, et en Evrope
    Estats de l'empire du Grand Seigneur des Turqs ou Sultan des Ottomans en Asie, en Afrique, et en Europe
    Covers the Ottoman Empire and adjacent regions of the Middle East. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro. Hand colored to emphasize the boundaries of the constituent states and provinces. LC copy imperfect: Vertically fold-lined at sheet center. Includes inset of Algerian/Tunisian littoral of Africa, bar scales for French leagues/German miles, and embellished title cartouche (with 3 Turkish [?] head figurations). Available also through the ...
    • Contributor: Sanson, Nicolas
    • Date: 1654
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    The empire of the Great Turke in Europe, Asia, & Africa : divided into all its beglerbeglicz or governments in which are also distinguished the states that are tributary to him
    Dominions or empire of the Great Turke in Europe, Asia, and Africa :
    Covers the Ottoman Empire and adjacent regions of the Middle East. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro. Originally printed on 2 sheets (western/eastern) now conjoined. LC copy imperfect: Fold-lined to form sheet quarters. Includes inset of Algerian littoral of Africa, bar scales for 5 different lengths of measurement, embellished title cartouche, and embellished bar-scale cartouche. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site ...
    • Contributor: Berry, William - Sanson, Nicolas
    • Date: 1680
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    Terra sancta sive promissionis, olim Palestina recens delineata, et in lucem edita per Nicolaum Visscher. Relief shown pictorially. Appears in Nicolaes Visscher's Atlas contractus orbis terrarum. Exhibition: Jordanian Display, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., May 25-27, 2005. Includes inset showing the twelve tribes of Israel and ill. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
    • Contributor: Visscher, Nicolaes
    • Date: 1659