File:1715 De L'Isle Map of the Eastern Roman Empire under Constantine (Asia Minor, Black Sea, Balkans) - Geographicus - ImperiiOrientalis-delisle-1715.jpg

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Imperii Orientalis et Circumjacentium Regionum, sub Constantino Porphyrogenito et ejus praedecessoribus descriptio. Auctore Guillelmo Del'Isle e Regia Scientiarum Academia, ad novam editionem Libri Constantini Porphyrogeniti de Administrando Imperio quae prodit studio Anselmi Bandurii, Monachi Benedictini Ragusini Melitensis cum ejus dem note et animadversionibus.
English: A very attractive c. 1715 example of Guillaume De L’Isle’s map of the Eastern Roman Empire under Constantine (c. 330 AD). Depicts from eastern Italy and Sicily eastwards as far as the Black Sea, and modern day Armenia. Includes Crete, Cyprus, all of the Balkans, and parts of Russia. Offers wonderful detail with historical notes, cities and topographical elements shown in profile, and historical notes where appropriate. Prepared as plate 32 for De L’Isle’s 1718 reissue of his important Atlas de Geographie .
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De L'Isle, Guillaume, Atlas de Geographie. (probabally the 1718 issue).

Guillaume Delisle  (1675–1726)  wikidata:Q1389662
Guillaume Delisle
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De L'Isle, Guillaume
Description French cartographer and Royal geographer
Date of birth/death 28 February 1675 Edit this at Wikidata 25 January 1726 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Paris Paris
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N: 53.2813867°N
W: 6.864695°E E: 47.5267951°E
S: 34.0094486°N
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Geographicus link: ImperiiOrientalis-delisle-1715
Dimensions height: 19 in (48.2 cm); width: 24.5 in (62.2 cm)
dimensions QS:P2048,19U218593
dimensions QS:P2049,24.5U218593

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