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1785. [Ottman Empire] Partes confines Trium Magnorum Imperiorum Austriaci Russici et Osmanici Foliis VI compreshensa ex novissimis observationibus, dimensionibus optimisque tabulis geographicus descripta . . . Anno MDCCLXXXV

  • [Ottman Empire]  Partes confines Trium Magnorum Imperiorum Austriaci Russici et Osmanici Foliis VI compreshensa ex novissimis observationibus, dimensionibus optimisque tabulis geographicus descripta . . . Anno MDCCLXXXV

[Ottman Empire] Partes confines Trium Magnorum Imperiorum Austriaci Russici et Osmanici Foliis VI compreshensa ex novissimis observationibus, dimensionibus optimisque tabulis geographicus descripta . . . Anno MDCCLXXXV information:

Year of creation: 
Resolution size (pixels): 
 19159x13431 px
Disk Size: 
 70949600B
Number of pages: 
 1
Place: 
 Berlin

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Printing at 72 dpi 
  266.1 х 186.54
Printing at 150 dpi 
 127.73 х 89.54
Printing at 300 dpi 
 63.86 х 44.77

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[Ottman Empire]  Partes confines Trium Magnorum Imperiorum Austriaci Russici et Osmanici Foliis VI compreshensa ex novissimis observationibus, dimensionibus optimisque tabulis geographicus descripta . . . Anno MDCCLXXXV

Three Empires At War -- Austrian, Russian and Ottoman

Fine 6 sheet map published in Berlin in the midst of the Austro-Turkish and Russo-Turkish wars, between the Austrian, Russian and Ottoman Empires.

Centered on the Black Sea, the map shows the region from the Ionian Sea to the western edge of the Caspian Sea, as far south as Cyprus and as far north as just above Tsaritsyn, taking in much of southeastern Europe (Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece, etc.), all of Turkey, Georgia and parts of Ukraine and Russia.

Johann Christoph Rhode was the geographer of the Royal Russian Academy of Sciences from 1752 until his death.


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Year of creation:
Size:
19159x13431 px
Disk:
70949600B
Number of pages:
1
Place:
Berlin
Author:
Johann Christoph Rhode.
$14.99

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