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Map of biblical locations, 18th century Featured Early Maps Print

Map of biblical locations, 18th century

Map of biblical locations. 18th-century map showing the suggested Middle Eastern location of the Garden of Eden, the Plain of Shinaar, and Mount Ararat (where the ark came to rest after the deluge). Here, Mount Ararat is called Mount Masis. Eden is on the Shat-al-Arab river, between the Euphrates, Tigris, Gihon and Pishon rivers (all named in the biblical Genesis story). Also shown are parts of Persia (modern-day Iran), Arabia, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea. This map is from the multi-volume collection titled An universal history, from the earliest account of time to the present, published in London, UK, between 1736 and 1744


Daily Mail War Map, WW1 Featured Early Maps Print

Daily Mail War Map, WW1

A fold out war map issued by the Daily Mail in the early weeks of the First World War. The map offers statistics regarding the manpower strength of each of the warring nations, as well as the number of battleships and food stores each had. While the Triple Entente of Britain, France and Russia could boast 9, 380, 000 men (of which Britain comprised just 380, 000), the Triple Alliance numbered 9, 500, 000. The map was intended to be marked with Philips flag pins in ten different colours so that civilians could chart the progress of the campaign. Date: 1914

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Lancashire Historical John Speed 1610 Map Featured Early Maps Print

Lancashire Historical John Speed 1610 Map

A reproduction of John Speed's historical map of the county of Lancashire. Originally published as part of his atlas called The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain in 1610. John Speed ((1552-1629) was a renowned English cartographer, his maps themselves were of high quality and gained a great reputation for being among the best county maps

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