Tabula Geographica Prvinciarum et Urbium


Gorgeous re-issue of Delisle’s map of the Eastern Roman Empire.

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This eye catching copperplate engraved map covers portions of Greece and Asia Minor, and was published by Covens & Mortier in Amsterdam in 1725. It’s based on an earlier issue by the influential French cartographer Guillame Delisle, who is duly credited in the title block.

The map presents a historical account of the eastern portion of the Roman Empire (it had not yet split), apparently during the rule of Emperor Trajan (c. 110 AD). Trajan presided over a number of successful campaigns in the region during his reign, which saw the empire reach its maximum territorial expansion.

Map Details

Publication Date: 1725

Author: Covens & Mortier

Sheet Width (in): 25.50

Sheet Height (in): 21.50

Condition: A

Condition Description: Slight waviness to the sheet and a bit of extraneous vertical creasing. Creased upper right corner, one small spot in the Black Sea, and one small spot near the scale. The map has a dark impression and bright hand color that really makes it pop from the sheet. Fine watermarked paper with wide margins. Near fine condition overall.


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