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Vilayet de Mossoul : divisé en 3 sandjaks, 17 cazas et 17 nahiés / par Vital Cuinet ; éditieur Ernest Leroux.
- Cuinet, Vital, 1833-1896
- Paris : Ernest Leroux , 1892.
- Prime meridian is Paris. Map shows administrative boundaries (vilayet, sandjaks, cazas); villages, ruins, roads; salt mines, and woodlands. Vilayet de Mossoul was a first level administrative division vilayet [province] of the Ottoman Empire. Covers three sandjaks [departments]: 1. Mossoul-- 2. Chehrizor-- 3.Suléïmanièh. Original map is filed in the Map/Geospatial Center, a map reproduction is attached to companion volume.
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- G7611.F7 1892 .C5 Mossoul
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