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PRINTED MAPS
Author National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division.

Title Italy / produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society ; John F. Shupe, chief cartographer ; design, Sally S. Summerall.

Published Washington, D.C. : The Society, [1995]
[1994?]
©1995

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM ERC MAPS M  350 a 1994    NOT FOR LOAN
Math data Scale 1:1,765,000. 1 in. = 28 miles ; Albers conic equal-area projection. (E 6°--E 19°/N 48°--N 35°).
Physical description 1 map : colour ; 80 x 55 cm
paper rdamat
polychrome rdacc
Notes Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and soundings.
"Supplement to National Geographic, February 1995."
Issued: Washington, D.C., February 1995.
Also issued folded to 15 x 21 cm.
Includes note, glossary, 5 city insets, insets of San Marino and Vatican City, and inset location map.
Text and col. ill. on verso.
Maps of "Historical Italy" on verso: Italia [facsim. of map from Nicolaus Germanus's atlas "Geographia," Ulm, Germany, 1486] -- Etruscan civilization -- The Roman Empire -- The Roman Empire circa A.D. 400 -- Papal States, 814 (Patrimony of St. Peter) -- The Plague 1347-48 -- Height of the Renaissance 1492 -- The Counter-Reformation 1559 -- The Enlightenment 1748 -- Napoleon in Italy 1812 -- Unification.
Other author Shupe, John F.
Suominen-Summerall, Sally.
Nicolaus Germanus, active 15th century.
Subject Italy -- Maps.
Italy -- History -- Maps.
Italy -- Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles.
San Marino -- Maps.
Vatican City -- Maps.
Variant Title Historical Italy.
Other title Historical Italy.