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1700. Le Royaume de Siam Avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributaires et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaon, etc. et les Isles Voisine Avec les Observations des Six Peres Jesuits Envojez par le Roy en Qualite de Ses Mathematiciens dans les Indes et a la Chine ou est

  • Le Royaume de Siam Avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributaires et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaon, etc. et les Isles Voisine  Avec les Observations des Six Peres Jesuits Envojez par le Roy en Qualite de Ses Mathematiciens dans les Indes et a la Chine ou est

Le Royaume de Siam Avec les Royaumes qui luy sont Tributaires et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaon, etc. et les Isles Voisine Avec les Observations des Six Peres Jesuits Envojez par le Roy en Qualite de Ses Mathematiciens dans les Indes et a la Chine ou est information:

Year of creation: 
Resolution size (pixels): 
 7628x10766 px
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 13.2708MiB
Number of pages: 
 1
Place: 
 Amsterdam
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Print information. Print size (Width x height in inches):
Printing at 72 dpi 
  105.94 х 149.53
Printing at 150 dpi 
 50.85 х 71.77
Printing at 300 dpi 
 25.43 х 35.89

Mortier's Large Format Map of the Kingdome of Siam, Malaysian Peninsula, Singapore, Indonesia, etc.

Finely colored example of Pierre Mortier's map of Southeast Asia, extending from Thailand, Cambodia, Viet Nam, and the Malay Peninsula and Gulf of Bengal in the North, to Java and Sumatra in the South, centered on Malacca and Borneo.

One of the more fascinating notes shows a discovery attributed to "Pierre Bertollo" in 1633 near Singapore, referred to as the "Canal de Consicao de N(uestra) S(enhora)." This note references the Portuguese captain Pedro Bertollo's "discovery" of a new passage from south of Bintan and Galang and west of the Karimun Islands, which extended through the heart of the Riau Archipelago in 1633, corresponding with the first year that the Straits of Singapore and Malacca were blockaded by the Dutch East India Company.

Striking dark impression on two sheets.

Pierre, or Pieter, Mortier (1661-1711) was a Dutch engraver, son of a French refugee. He was born in Leiden. In 1690 he was granted a privilege to publish French maps in Dutch lands. In 1693 he released the first and accompanying volume of the Neptune Francois. The third followed in 1700. His son, Cornelis (1699-1783), would partner with Johannes Covens I, creating one of the most important map publishing companies of the eighteenth century.


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Year of creation:
Size:
7628x10766 px
Disk:
13.2708MiB
Number of pages:
1
Place:
Amsterdam
Author:
Pieter Mortier.
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