File:Αθήνα-Χάρτα του Ρήγα-1797- Φύλλο 4.jpg

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English: (Part 4 - Athens) Charta of Greece / Rigas Charta, Rigas Velestinlis, 1797
Ελληνικά: (Φύλλο 4 - Αθήνα) Χάρτα της Ελλάδος εν η περιέχονται αι νήσοι αυτής και μέρος των εις την Ευρώπην και Μικράν Ασίαν πολυαρίθμων αποικιών αυτής ...: Νυν το πρώτον εκδοθείσα παρά του Ρήγα Βελεστινλή Θετταλού, 1797
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Source http://digital.lib.auth.gr/record/127326/files/ (Aristotle University Digital Collections)
Author Rigas Velestinlis (Pheraios)

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