Spezial Karte von dem Königreiche Taurien : oder der Halbinsel Krim

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Abstract
Map of the Crimean Peninsula showing numerous historical details, including the fortifications at Perekop, the yet-to-be-filled channel at "Ienitschi," "Karasbasar" insated of "Simferopol," and many coastal names that remain unchanged today. Cartouche in upper right has the title on a drum in the sea, surrounded by flags, waves, and an anchor.

Description

Translated title Special map of the Kingdom of Taurias : or the Crimean peninsula
Type of resource cartographic
Form map; unmediated; sheet
Extent 1 map : copperplate, one color (now yellow) ; sheet 28.5 x 41 cm
Place [Place of publication not identified]
Publisher [Publisher not identified]
Publication date 1789; [1789]
Issuance monographic
Language German
Map data Scale [approximately 1:1,050,000] ; E 32°28'00"--E 37°10'00"/N 46°21'00"--N 44°23'00").

Creators/Contributors

Associated with Reilly, Franz J. J. von.

Subjects

Subject Crimea (Ukraine) > Maps > Early works to 1800 > 18th century
Genre Map
Genre Cartographic image-cri
Genre Early maps.
Genre Maps

Bibliographic information

Note Longitudes and latitudes in margins.
Note 2 bar scales in "Werste" and "Deutsche M."
Note Shows roads, cities, waterways, islands.
Note "Nro. 61."
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/qb407np1743

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