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Asia Minor - A Map of the Extent of Alexander's Conquests

Alexander's Conquest - Asia Minor

'According to Mr. Delifle Geographer to Lewis 14. Compared with those of other Modern Geographers An. 1731.
This map contains only the places which prove the extent of this Empire according to the System of the Author.
NB. The dark lines show the plan of the Author, the light ones that of the Modern Geographers; and the double stroke letters show the present names of the Countries Cities etc. '

Condition: Good bold imprint, folding copy, some creases.

Title: An antique map of Asia Minor dated c.1732
Medium: Copperplate engraving. Image Size: 215 x 340mm, 8.5 x 13.5 " approx.
Order No. 2239 Price: £65.00 Paper Size: 260 x 395mm, 10.25 x 15.5 " approx.
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Emanuel Bowen (fl. 1714 - 67)

An 18th century map and print seller, who worked in London from about 1714, producing some of the best and attractive maps of the century. A recurring feature of Bowen's work, evident even on the early road maps, was his habit of filling every corner and space of the map with jottings and footnotes, both historical and topographical. One of his earliest engraved works Britannia Depicta, published in 1720 contained over two hundred road maps together with a miniature county map of each of the counties of England and Wales. It was an unusual feature of the atlas that the maps were engraved on both sides of each page, and this resulted in a handier sized book.

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