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Mapping the Silk Road and Beyond

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Mapping Asia presents an authoritative selection of the most important antique maps of Asia and the Middle East produced from the time of Alexander the Great to the early nineteenth century, by cartographers from England, France, Portugal, Holland, Turkey, Italy, and China. A fascinating visual chronicle of the maps and their makers, this book explores the history of Europ ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Phaidon Press
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