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A new map of the upper part of Italy containing ye Principality of Piemont, ye Dutchies of Savoy, Milan, Parma, Mantua, Modena, Tuscany, the Dominions of ye Pope &c. the Republiques of Venice, Genoa, Lucca &c.
- Moll, Herman, -1732
- [London] : Sold by H. Moll, over against Devereux Court, between Temple Bar and St. Clement's Church in the Strand, [1731?]
Relief shown pictorially. Inset: Locater map, Italy with the adjacent dominions about it &c. Inset views of fortified cities: Civita Vecchia, Venice, Mantua, Milan, Turin, Genoa, Placenza, Parma, Modena, Florenza and Rome. Harbor view: A prospect of the town and harbour of Leghorn ... Note: All the roads in this map are post roads. The figures in the road from Lyons to Turin are French leagues. All the other figures in the roads are computed distances in travelling from one city or place to another are Italian or English miles.
- Italy—Maps—Early works to 1800, Italy, Northern—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Italy—1731, and Maps—Italy, Northern—1731
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