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A new map of Italy distinguishing all the sovereignties in it, whether states, kingdoms, dutchies, principalities, republicks &c. With the post roads, and many remarks not extant in any map. According to ye newest and most exact observations
- Moll, Herman, -1732
- [London] : Printed for H. Moll over against Devereux Court in ye Strand ; Ino. Bowles, Print and Map Seller over- against Stocks Market and T. Bowles Print & Mapseller next to the Chapter house in St. Pauls Church yard and by Philip Overton, Map & Printseller near St. Dunstans Church Fleetstreet and by John King, Map & Printseller at the Globe in the Poultry, [ca. 1730]
Relief shown pictorially. Insets: Caesium -- Mont Vesuvius -- Mount Aetna or Mongibello in Siciliy. "Note: the post roads in this map are taken from Iacobo Cantelli da Vignola the Duke of Modena's geographer." Dedication: Serenissimo Francisco Eugenio, Sabaudiæ et Pedemontiæ Principi ... H. Mollius geographus. From: The world described, or, a new and correct sett of maps / Herman Moll. London : H. Moll, [ca. 1730]. "The imprints on the maps by Moll include the names of Thomas Bowles, his son John, Philip Overton, and John King. Their respective addresses suggest a date ... of c.1730."--Shirley, R. Maps in the atlases of the British Library.
- Italy and Mediterranean Region; Mediterranean Sea
- Italy—Maps—Early works to 1800, Mediterranean Region—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Italy—1714, and Maps—Mediterranean Region—1714
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