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Item ID Number: 10661

Map Number 10661 
Cartographer D'Anville 
Title A New Map of The Empire of Persia From Mons.R D Anville First Geographer to the most Christian King with several Additions and Emendations. 
Date 1794 
Publisher Laurie & Whittle 
Place of Publication London 
Image Size (mm) 505 x 572 
Image Size (Inches) 19.88 x 22.52 
Coloring Original Outline Coloring 
Condition Very Good 
Notes Late 18th century detailed map of Iran together with Afghanistan and Pakistan. This is shortly before Iran losing the northern provinces to Russia. The Treaty of Gulistan was a peace treaty concluded between the Russian Empire and Iran on 24 October 1813 in the village of Gulistan (now in Goranboy Rayon of Azerbaijan) as a result of the first full-scale Russo-Persian War, (1804 to 1813). The peace negotiations were precipitated by the successful storming of Lankaran by General Pyotr Kotlyarevsky on 1 January 1813. The treaty confirmed the ceding and inclusion of what is now Daghestan, eastern Georgia, most of the Republic of Azerbaijan and parts of northern Armenia from Iran into the Russian Empire. 
Price (US$) 750  
Short Description Maps Asia Middle East Iran, Iraq;  

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