Tartaria, sive Magni Chami Imperium ex Credendis Amplissimi Viri Dni Nicolai Witsen, cos: Amst: Aliorumque probandorum, et hodie vigentium Geographum Archetypis Congrestum, auctum, et in lucem editum a Carolo Allard, Amst: Bat: cum Privilegio Potentissimo

Collection: Osher Sheet Map Collection

Title: Tartaria, sive Magni Chami Imperium ex Credendis Amplissimi Viri Dni Nicolai Witsen, cos: Amst: Aliorumque probandorum, et hodie vigentium Geographum Archetypis Congrestum, auctum, et in lucem editum a Carolo Allard, Amst: Bat: cum Privilegio Potentissimorum D.D. Ordinum Hollandiae et Westrisiae

Title Translation: Tartary, or the Chami Empire in accomplished by Nicolas Witsen, cos: Amst: Other are to be proved, and to day, the archetype of the existing texts Geographum Congrestum, its growth, and in the light of published by Charles Allard, Amst: Bat: with the privilege which has been the most powerful D.D. Orders Holland and Westrisiae

Barcode: 548

Creator: Allard, Carel, 1648-approximately 1709

Publisher: Allard, Carel, 1648-approximately 1709

Publishing Location: Amsterdam

Region Depicted: Central Asia · Russia · China · Mongolia · Iran · Kazakhstan · Uzbekistan · Kyrgyzstan · Turkmenistan · Tajikistan · Afghanistan · South Korea · North Korea

Date Produced: 1699

Date Published: 1699

Language: Latin

Subjects: Central Asia · Russia · China · Mongolia · Iran · Kazakhstan · Uzbekistan · Kyrgyzstan · Turkmenistan · Tajikistan · Afghanistan · Korea · Allard, Carel, 1648-approximately 1709 · Maps--Early works to 1800

Map Type: Geographical, Political

Dimensions: 50 x 60 cm. on sheet 54 x 64 cm.

Printing Process: Engraving

Printing Technique: Copper

Material Type: Paper

Brief Description: Map of Central Asia showing trade routes

Physical Description: 1 map: colored, illustrated

Theme: Dutch Golden Age (17th-18th Century)

Collection/Donor: Osher

Permanent URL: https://oshermaps.org/map/548.0001