South-West Asia 1858

South-West Asia 1858

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This Kharita™ shows the Arabian Peninsula, Persia (present-day Iran), Afghanistan, and Baluchistan (present-day Iran and Pakistan) was created in 1858 by American cartographer, J.H. Colton.

Coloring is used to indicate borders and certain provinces or settled areas. The map shows cities, mountains, and roads, and includes some notes on topographical features. The map appeared in other editions of Colton’s General Atlas and reflects the general level of geographic knowledge of the Middle East in mid-19th-century America. The map is decorated by Colton’s trademark borders of intertwining vines and flowers

Map Info

Creator: Colton, G. Woolworth
Date: 1858
Language(s): English
Scale: 1:45,000,000
Location: South West Asia


A3, A2, A1, A0

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