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1. Bangladesh, 1996

Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of Bangladesh and the surrounding region. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency.

2. Bangladesh, 1996 (with relief)

Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of Bangladesh and the surrounding region with relief. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency.

3. Tabula Asiae X

1540. Sebastian Münster. This is a historical map of the India and part of Bangladesh, created around 1540. Heinrich Petri.

4. Tabula Asiae XI

1562. Girolamo Ruscelli. This is a map of Bangladesh, Burma, and part of India, 1562. apud Vincentium Valgrisium.

5. A map of Bengal, Bahar, Oude & Allahabad : with part of Agra and Delhi, exhibiting the course of the Ganges from Hurdwar to the

1786. James Rennell 1742-1830 and William Faden 1749-1836. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:1,500,000. Pictorial relief. Dedicated to John Stables. color map ; 72 x 106 cm.

6. A map of the north part of Hindostan or a geographical survey of the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, Awd, Ellahabad, Agra and Delhi

1794. James Rennell 1742-1830. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:1,490,000 (E 73°38ʹ00ʺ--E 97°23ʹ00ʺ/N 28°09ʹ00ʺ--N 22°05ʹ00ʺ). Relief shown pictorially. 1 map : colour...

7. Betts's new map of India, Birmah, the Punjaub and part of Afghanistan.

1879. Betts, John active 1844-1863. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:5,000,000 ; (E 67°--E 96°/N 38°--N 5°). Relief shown by hachures. Indicates British Posessions, States ...

8. Carta particolare del Golfo di Bengala è Pegu che comincia con il il capo Mastilipatan è finisce con la punta Domurco : d'Asia Carta V.

1661. Dudley, Sir Robert (1574-1649) and Lucini, Antonio Francesco (1610-). Cartographic Details: Scale not given. Detailed map of the Gulf of Bengal and Pegu which commences with Cape Mastilipatan and finishes with Point D...

9. Gangetic Hindoostan : or the countries occupied by the Ganges and its branches

1813. John Cary approximately 1754-1835. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:6,000,000 ; (E 75°00ʹ00ʺ--E 93°00ʹ00ʺ/N 31°30ʹ00ʺ--N 19°30ʹ00ʺ). Covers Northeastern India, Nepal, Bhut...

10. Hindoostan

1845. Arrowsmith, Aaron 1750-1823. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:4,5000,000 ; (E 67°--E 100°/N 36°--N 5°). Relief shown by hachures. Inset: The Burman Territories, Assa...