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This is a beautiful 1705 of the Kerch Strait issued by Pierre Mortier. The map covers the Kerch Strait between the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea, including the regions of southern Ukraine and the Crimean Peninsula and Krasnodar Krai in Southwest Russia. The region is speculatively mapped, reflecting on what was know of this particular area in the early 18th century. Wonderfully engraved, it notes several important towns, many of which are unrecognizable today, except Theodosia (present day Feodosiya), which is beautifully rendered with fields and forests. Topography is rendered in profile throughout. A decorative title cartouche is included in the top right quadrant.
This map, originally issued by Nicolas Sanson in 1665 is a 1705 Pierre Mortier reissue published in Joannes Clericus' Atlas antiquus, sacer, ecclesiasticus et profanus / collectus ex tabulis geograph. Nic. Sansonis ...
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