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Asia and the Middle East


1562, Russiae, Moscoviae, et Tartaria Descripto, London, Anthony Jenkens.

1600, Tartaria, Jodocus Hondius, place of origin unknown.

1723, The Black Sea, Constantinople, Ibrahim Mutafarrikah
The first printed map in Turkish

1729, The Persian Empire, Constantinople, Ibrahim Mutafarrikah
The caption in Turkish reads: "Ibrahim Mutafarrikah's engraved map of the Persian Empire, showing also the Caucasus, southern Russia, Transcaucasian Turkestan, Iraq, and part of Anatolia..."

1870, Western Asia, Tokyo, maker unknown
From the World Atlas in the Lanman Collection

1870, Eastern Asia, Tokyo, maker unknown
From the World Atlas in the Lanman Collection



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