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1706. Rumsey, David, 1944-, L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726, and Liebaux, Henri. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of Russia (1706). The original map appears in "(Atlas de Geographie)." The historic map layers in the ... Cartography Associates.

3. Duinkerken, in Vlaanderen, aande Noord zee, 1706-1710 (Raster Image)

Raster Harvard University Public content
1706. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library and Schenk, Peter, 1661-1711. This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map entitled: Duinkerken, in Vlaanderen, aande Noord zee : de Spaansche entnoomen ... Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library.

5. Great Britain, ca. 1706 (Raster Image)

Raster Harvard University Public content
1706. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library and Allard, Carel, 1648-approximately 1709. This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map entitled: Regnorum Magnae Britanniae, sive Angliae, Scotiae[que] nec non Hiber... Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library.

7. London, England, 1707 (Raster Image)

Raster Harvard University Public content
1707. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library, Chiswell, Richard., Crace, John Gregory, 1809-1889, donor., and Hatton, Edward, 1664. This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map entitled: A new map of the cityes of London, Westminster and the burrough of S... Harvard Map Collection, Harvard Library.

9. Opper-Ethiopien of 't Ryk Der Abyssinen / Jeronimo Lobo

Michigan State University Public content
1707. Lobo, Jerónimo and Manuel de Almeida. Relief shown by land forms. Copperplate engraving.: Original version published Leyden/Leiden: Pieter Vander Aa, [1707?] Scale approximately 1:16,00...

10. The Gulf of Amapalla

The University of Chicago Public content
1707. 1 map: black and white; "Fig XXV."; Print version published as a foldout plate in William Funnell. A voyage round the world :. London, Printed by W... Printed by W. Botham for James Knapton.

11. The Gulf of Nicoya

The University of Chicago Public content
1707. 1 map: black and white; "Fig XXVII."; Vertical axis of map oriented, from top to bottom, west to east; Print version published as a fold out plate ... Printed by W. Botham for James Knapton.