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Collection:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author:
White, M. Wood; Young, James H.
Date:
1873
Short Title:
Roman Empire.
Publisher:
M.W. White
Grafton, West Virginia
Type:
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm:
29
Obj Width cm:
45
Scale 1:
9,000,000
Note:
Lithographed map. Hand colored. Relief shown by hachures. Provinces in full color. Shows settlements, routes of the Ten Thousand, Alexander the Great and Hannibal. Prime meridians: Washington and Ferro.
World Area:
Eastern Hemisphere; Europe
Country:
Lebanon; Syria
Region:
British Isles; Rome
Subject:
Classical
Full Title:
Map of the Roman Empire at the period of its greatest extent. About the year A.D. 107. Engraved to illustrate Mitchell's ancient geography. (with) Map of Britannia Romanorum of Roman Britain. (with) Map of northern and central Syria. Drawn & engraved by J.H. Young. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1844 by S. Augustus Mitchell in the ... District Court of the eastern district of Pennsylvania. (1873)
List No:
1199.031
Page No:
(71-72) 5
Series No:
34
Publication Author:
Gamble, William H.; Miller, M. A. (Matthew Amos); White, M. Wood
Pub Date:
1873
Pub Title:
White's new county and district atlas of the state of West Virginia. Comprising fifty-four counties; three hundred and twenty-seven township districts; and two thousand five hundred and sixty-seven school districts. From the most recent surveys and authentic sources. Maps drawn by William H. Gamble, Philadelphia, Penna. Examined and corrected by M.A. Miller, top. eng., Staunton, Virginia. Grafton, West Virginia: M. Wood White. Philadelphia: S.A. Mitchell. 1873. Entered ... 1873 by M. Wood White ... at Washington.
Pub Reference:
Phillips, 2627; Phillips. Maps of America, p. 1068; LeGear. Atlases of the United States, 3408.
Pub Note:
See note field above.
Pub List No:
1199.000
Pub Type:
State Atlas
Pub Maps:
30
Pub Height cm:
40
Pub Width cm:
34
Image No:
1199031
Institution:
Rumsey Collection
Ownership Statement:
Copyright 2005
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