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The Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia, 962-1064

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Tabula Asiae Minoris, 1525, Strasbourg
Map Maker: Martin Waldseemüller
Description: Rare woodblock map of Cyprus and Anatolia, or Western Turkey, with some of the adjacent islands. There are graduations of latitude on the eastern and western borders and below is a scale-bar (about 90 Italian miles to the inch). The title appears on a scroll above the map and, on the verso, descriptive text in Latin headed "Tabula Moder. Asiae Minoris", contained within two large panels surrounded by elaborate illuminations. A rare example of early woodblock cartography. A near fine example with wide margins.

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270 year old Map engraved on copper by j. Clark (British engraver) published in 1729 by Woodward & Peele, London; for Catrou & Rouille's Roman History.

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270 year old Map engraved on copper by j. Clark (British engraver) published in 1729 by Woodward Peele, London; for Catrou & Rouille's Roman History.

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The City of Baku, c. 1914

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