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Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : [Asiatic Russia]
Date: 1490      Size: 20 x 12 inches
Published: Rome
Description: RARE map of Eastern Russia. Caspian Sea and Central Asia from the famed Rome edition.
Map Ref: RUS1173
Cartographer: Claudius Ptolemy
Title: : [Russia in Asia]
Date: 1535      Size: 19 x 12 inches
Published: Strasbourg
Description: Ptolemaic map of part of modern Asiatic Russia, including the Sakha region. Taken from the Treschel edition, woodcut by L.Fries.
Map Ref: RUS2318
Cartographer: Martin Waldseemuller
Title: : [Scythia and Central Asia]
Date: 1541      Size: 18 x 13 inches
Published: Strasbourg
Description: Scythia and Central Asia. Early woodcut after Ptolemy.
Map Ref: RUS1618
Cartographer: Guillaume De L'Isle
Title: : Carte de Tartarie
Date: 1706      Size: 21 x 17 inches
Published: Amsterdam
Description: De L'Isle's extraordinary map covering the huge expanse from Muscovy and the Black Sea to the eastern shore of Asia, showing the extensive network of trade routes which formed the Silk Road. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: RUS2517
Cartographer: Homann Heirs
Title: : Nova Maris Caspii et Regionis Usbeck
Date: 1735      Size: 23 x 19 inches
Published: Nuremberg
Description: Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Caspian Sea, with part of Russia. Decorative cartouche and original hand colouring.
Map Ref: RUS2477
Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen
Title: : A Map fo Capt. Beerings' Travels from Tobolskoy to Kamchatka between the years 1725 & 1730
Date: c. 1745      Size: 21 x 9 inches
Published: London
Description: Beautiful copper-engraved map showing Captain Vitus Jonassen Bering's journey from Tobolskoy to Kamchatka. Whimsical decorative cartouche.
Map Ref: RUS2449
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Uffensis Provincia cum adiacentibus Regionibus
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Ilek and Orenburg and their environs in Kazakhstan from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2228
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Delineatio Fluvii Volgae a Samara usque ad Tsaricin
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: The course of the Volga from Samara to Tsaricin from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2231
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Pars Maris Glacialis Ostiumque Fluvii Lenae cum Territorio Septentrionali Iakutensi
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: The mouth of the Lena River to Yakut from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2232
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Irkutensis Vice Praefectura cum Mari Baikal et Fonte Fluvii Lenae Partibusque Fluviorum argun et Amur Circumiacentibus Territoriis
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Lake Baikal and the surrounding region from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2234
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Territorium Pontum Euxinum et Mare Caspium Ineriacens Cubaniae et Georgiae
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Northern Caucasus from the mouth of the Volga to the Sea of Azov from the first regional atlas of Russia. Includes Astrakhan. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2236
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Ostium Fluvii Amur cum Parte Australiori Terrae Kamtschatkae Variisque in Oceano Sitis Insulis Inter Quas pars Eminet Iaponiae
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Eastern coast of Siberia with Sahkalin Island and the Kuriles from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2238
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Casaniae Regnum cum Adiacentibus Provinciis et Parte Fluvii Volgae
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Kazan and environs in the region of Tatarstan from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2239
Cartographer: Joseph-Nicolas De L'Isle
Title: : Territorii Iacutensis pars Orientalior cum Maxima parte Terrae Kamtschatkae
Date: 1745      Size: 22 x 20 inches
Published: St. Petersburg
Description: Kamtchatka Peninsula and Northeast coast of Siberia from the first regional atlas of Russia. (SL)
Map Ref: RUS2240
Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen
Title: : An Exact Chart of All the Countries through which Capt. Behring Travelled from Tobolski Capital of Siberia to the Country of Kamtschatka
Date: 1748      Size: 13 x 8 inches
Published: London
Description: Chart detailing all the countries through which Captain Behring travelled from Siberia to Kamtschatka.
Map Ref: RUS1867
Cartographer: J.N. Bellin
Title: : Suite de la Carte de La Siberie Et le Pays de Kamtschatka
Date: 1748      Size: 11 x 10 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Siberia, charting Russia's 17th century exploratory routes through the Sea of Okhotsk and across the East Siberian Sea, with an expansionist aim to claim Kamchatka. Coloured.
Map Ref: RUS2433