NEW MAP of Present ITALY, together with Adjoyning Islands of SICILY, SARDINIA, and CORSICA, Shewing their Principal Divisions, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains &c.
Sutton NichollsEdward Wells
Wells has included coastal lines labeled "Sansons Coast" showing the differences between his map and Nicolas Sanson's. Mount Etna is shown erupting.
Oxford ; London
1 map : outline color ; 35 x 48 cm
Unknown version of a possible 5 published between 1700-1738
There are 5 known published editions (between 1700-1738) of the atlas this map is from. In the 3 copies examined the versions of this map are identical so we are unable to specifically date ours.
5.606; 26.079; 35.788; 47.238
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
A New Sett of Maps both of Antient and Present Geography
wherein Not only the Latitude and Longitude of many Places are Corrected, according to the latest Observations; but also the most remarkable Differences of Antient and Present Geography, may be quickly discern'd by a bare Inspection or Comparing of Correspondent Maps; which seems to be the most natural and easy Method to lead Young Students (for whose Use the Work is principally intended) unto a competent Knowledge of the Geographical Science
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