1890. In Entsiklopedicheskii Slovar, pod redaktsiei professora I. F. Andreevskago. Tom I-XLIA ... Izdateli: F. A. Brokgauz (Leiptsig) I. A. Efron. St. Pe...
1890. In Entsiklopedicheskii slovar, pod redaktsiei professora I. F. Andreevskago. Tom I-XLIA ... Izdateli: F. A. Brokgauz (Leiptsig) I. A. Efron. S.-Pet...
3. 3325 M.S. Fragment of contemporary Spanish map with inscription relating to the Magellan Expedition.
1521. Magalhães, Fernão de, -1521--Maps--Facsimiles.
1803. Stanford Geospatial Center, Delarochette, L. (Louis), 1731-1802, and Hatchett, J. (John) . This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map titled, "A chart of the Indian Ocean." The original map was originally created... Stanford Digital Repository.
Bickham, George, 1684?-1758?. "N.B. All those countries, islands, forts, and settlements which are in the round-hand character, belong to the king." In upper right-hand corner: ... [London : George Bickham , 1743].
Seale, Richard William. Relief shown pictorially. Probably issued in: Universal magazine of knowledge and pleasure. London : J. Hinton, 1747-1766. John Hinton was located ... Newgate Street [London] : Univers. Mag., J. Hinton, [1747-1766].
Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835. Shows boundaries, rivers, desert, caravan routes, and settlements; includes the Mountains of Kong and Mountains of the Moon. Relief shown pictorial... London : Published by J. Cary ... , June1st.1805.
1802. Wauthier, J.M. and Stanford Geospatial Center. This layer is a georeferenced image of an historic continental map of Africa from 1802. This map is part of a selection of digitally scanned and ge... Stanford Digital Repository.
Adam and Charles Black (Firm). "Engraved by Sidney Hall. " Numbered XLII. Relief shown by hachures. Greenwich meridian. Insets: Madeira -- Port of Aden. From: General atlas of th... Edinburgh : Published by A. & C. Black, .
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; European possessions in Africa indicated by colors. On verso: 36. Africa. Map shows territory of Imperia... [Edinburgh? : Adam and Charles Black?, between 1887 and 1895].