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亚洲各种历史地图资料汇总

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10. Asia


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General
  • Asia (select ‘Sibirica’ for numerous zoomable, medium to high res. images of 17th-19th century maps of Asia and Russia – Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen) {February, 2003}
  • Asia (10 medium-res. maps of Asia and the world; in Korean, but with English identification as well – Hye-Jung Museum) {July, 2005}
  • Asia. ‘Army Map Service Topographic Map Series’ (a growing collection of high res. images, mostly covering parts of Asia and dating from the 1950s-60s – Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection) {July, 2006}
  • Asia. ‘Crux: rare maps from the State Library of New South Wales’ (leading to images (zoomable to very high res.) of 89 maps – a good selection of world and regional maps) {August, 2005}
  • Asia. ‘Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Asian Cities’ (a selection, zoomable to high res. – University of Chicago Library) {March, 2008}
  • Asia. ‘Maps of South Asia’ (a large, annotated listing of map images (both historical and original and including some of Asia as a whole) – some on this site, others elsewhere – arranged by time-period – Frances Pritchett, Columbia University) {January, 2006}
  • Asia in World Antique Map (Osaka University) (c. 100 images)
  • ‘Asia on the World’ (about caricature maps relating particularly to China and Japan, and others generally – BibliOdyssey blog, 13 May 2008) {June, 2008}
  • + Asia. ‘The world and its warp and woof’ (about 20 maps, evidently of Asia, in an over-elaborate Flash site; images can be enlarged to high res. and then laboriously scrolled with your cursor – ‘a special exhibition of antique maps donated by Prof. Johannes Hajime Iizuka’ – 2005 exhibition at the National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan) {July, 2005}
  • ‘Asian Maps Collection’ (176 maps, enlargeable to very high res. – University of Southern California, Digital Library) {January, 2016}
  • ‘Asian Waters’ (the 6th volume of the Nieuwe Lichtende Zee-Fakkel (1755) – see the main page for the Zee-Fakkel, here expanded, e.g. with illustrations from François Valentijn Oud en Nieuw Oost Indie (1724-6), viewable in ‘medium’ res. or enlargeable to high res.; there is no general contents list but you can select ‘Browse’ for alphabetical lists of makers (‘name’) and area covered (’location’) – Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Memory of the Netherlands Project) {December, 2004; amended February 2008 but the above details not checked}
  • Asia and Central Asia. ‘The Tajikistan Update’ (a selection of links to maps in various collections, headed ‘historical maps’, arranged in reverse date order, including a number of originals, many of the whole of Asia – David Straub) {December, 2004}
  • Silk Road. ‘Maps Related to the Silk Road’ (11 [original not ‘historical’] maps, enlargeable to high res. via LizardTech ExpressView Plugin – Yale University Library) {November, 2007}

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Central Asia

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East Asia

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Indian Ocean
  • Indian Ocean. ‘The secret of eternal life: a recycled Dutch East India Company chart’ (a fragment from a (probably 17th century) chart of the Indian Ocean, enlargeable to high res. – University Library Utrecht) {July, 2012}
  • Mauritius. ‘Maps of Mauritius’ (four slow-loading, low res. maps, with brief comments – click on the ‘History’ link for general background information – Encyclopaedia Mauritiana) {July, 2002}
  • Mauritius. ‘Gallery’ (includes three medium res. maps – National History Museum of Mauritius) {September, 2004; amended February 2011}
  • Seychelles. ‘Seychelles Old Map’ (zoomable high res. image, with discussion, of ‘Map of the Island of Mahé Seychelles. Made in accordance with Ordinance No7 of 1898. Based on survey by Commander Balfour HMS Stork 1890 and showing the principal landed properties as compiled from various plans and other sources and laid down by Traverse of roads and paths, by S.B. Hobbs, Island surveyor 27th Sept 1900’) {June, 2015}

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South Asia
  • South Asia. ‘Maps from the Imperial Gazetteer of India (volumes 1-24)’ (25 high res. maps of India and the nearby countries, published by Bartholomew, 1907-09; and other gazetteers – Digital South Asia Library) {January, 2004}
  • ‘Maps of South Asia’ (a large, annotated listing of map images (both historical and original) – some on this site, others elsewhere – arranged by time-period – Frances Pritchett, Columbia University) {January, 2006}
  • India (an assortment of original and historical maps, from different sources; some, such as the 15 sheets from the Constable series of 1893, at high res. – Ian Poyntz, RootsWeb) {July, 2002}
  • India. ‘Mapping India’ (by Manosi Lahiri: medium res. images of a good range of illustrations from the 2012 book with the same title) {March, 2014}
  • +India. ‘Maps and Map-making in India’ (online exhibition at the Clark Library, curated by Lisa Lorenzo and Corinne Vieracker, 2014, with enlargeable illustrations – Stephen S. Clark Library, University of Michigan) {August, 2014}
  • India and Pakistan, Series U502, 1:250,000, U.S. Army Map Service, 1955- (includes parts of Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and all of East Pakistan [Bangladesh]; high res. (though slow-loading) images – University of Texas Libraries) {May, 2007}

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Southeast Asia

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Southwest Asia
  • Abkhazia Maps (70 enlargeable maps or map extracts; see also the second page – Abkhazia World) {September, 2009}
  • Aden (various series (1906-58), zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Armenia. ‘Historical maps’ (medium res. scans of 30 – mostly original, not ‘historical’ maps – Armenica.org) {March, 2007}
  • Asia Minor and Middle East (135 high res. images, with the ability to zoom, enlarge and select details – Map Collection, University of Melbourne)
  • Arabia. ‘Mapping Arabia’ (by James Parry, based on the Bukhari Collection, with an accompanying ‘slide show’ of 17 maps enlargeable to high res.) {March, 2004}
  • Bahrain (1942 series, zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Black Sea. ‘Pont Euxin, Crimée, Palus Méotide’ (traced (?) outlines from charts of different periods, attributed to Jean-Baptiste d’Anville or his son-in-law Jean-Denis Barbié du Bocage, Bibliothèque nationale de France, GE DD 3488 (nos 1-47)) {April, 2012}
  • Georgia. ‘Old maps of Georgia made in the 19th century’ (53 high res. details – Wikimedia Commons) {August, 2010}

  • Holy Land (the Geography, Cartography section of digitised titles includes (apparently) high res. images, via the free DjVu Browser Plug-in, of titles relating to the Levant, e.g. by Henri Beauvau, Cornelis de Bruyn, Gesta Dei per Francos, Eugene Roger, Jacob Ziegler; also a selection of general atlases [more titles being added regularly] – Jewish National and University Library, Digitized Book Repository) {April, 2006}
  • Holy Land (select ‘Middle East Map Collection’ for 136 high res. images that can be greatly enlarged (although the maximum option is slow) – ‘Visual Collections. World Map Collection’, State University System of Florida, PALMM Project) [‘World Map Collections’ appears to be an earlier version of the same site; as also here] {April, 2006}
  • Holy Land Maps (an [apparently growing] selection [currently numbering over 100] – of (mostly) high res. images of maps and Jerusalem views, early to 20th century, arranged chronologically – University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Map & Imagery Library) {December, 2003}
  • Holy Land. ‘Bible Scans’ (20 high res. maps from the Pictorial Bible (1856) and the Handbook of Bible Geography (1870) – Jonathan Hipkiss) {March, 2005}
  • Holy Land. ‘Biblical and Holy Land Maps’ (a good selection, from 1700 onwards, taken from a variety of sources – University of Alabama) {April, 2013}
  • + Holy Land. ‘Borders and Boundaries: Maps of the Holy Land, 15th-19th centuries’ (nine medium res. map images – exhibition in 2002 at the Herbert & Eileen Bernard Museum, Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York) {July, 2002}
  • Holy Land. ‘The Eran Laor Cartographic Collection’ (about 1,500 maps of Jerusalem, the Holy Land, Palestine and Israel, but also the world and Middle East, enlargeable to high res. – National Library of Israel). [See another version here] {May, 2015}
  • Holy Land. Marino Sanudo, Liber Secretorum fidelium Crucis (medium res. images from the 14th century MS in the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Florence, including the two maps of the Holy Land and the plans of Jerusalem and Acre – Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”: Immagini per la storia economica e sociale) {July, 2003}
  • Holy Land. ‘The Moldovan Family Holy Land Map Collection’ (94 maps, 1480-1797, enlargeable to high res. – University of Pennsylvania Libraries) {August, 2015}
  • Holy Land. ‘Towards the Eternal Center: Israel, Jerusalem, and the Temple’ (a few, low res. maps – Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1996) {November, 2005}
  • + Holy Land. ‘Tracks to the Promised Land: Selected Maps of the Holy Land’ (25 maps, zoomable to high res. – 2003 exhibit at the University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries) {August, 2005}
  • Holy Land. ‘Zucker Holy Land Travel Manuscript (written by an unknown German scholar 1690-1700, including high res. images of the 85 carefully drawn MS maps taken from various sources – Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image, University of Pennsylvania Libraries) {October, 2011}
  • + Holy Land – ‘Jerusalem 3000: Three Millennia of History’ (medium res. images – Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education, University of Southern Maine exhibition)
  • Holy Land – Jerusalem. ‘Ancient maps of Jerusalem’ (over 400 enlargeable, high res. images (1486-1930), available in different formats including MrSID, searchable by author or date and linked to a catalogue entry, preceded by introductory text pages – the Jewish National and University Library and the Department of Geography, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem). [Also here]. {December, 2002}
  • Holy Land – Jerusalem. Early Maps and Models of Jerusalem [19th century] (three medium res. images) {December, 2001}
  • Holy Land. ‘Jerusalem Virtual Library: the academic database on historic Jerusalem’ (click on ‘Maps’ for a selection of maps and views from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem) {October, 2008}
  • Holy Land see also Palestine

  • Iran (various series (WWII), zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Iraq (various series (1919-40s), zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Jordan (various series (1933-43), zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Jordan – Madaba Map (good res. details – Michele Piccirillo, Franciscan Archaeological Institute – from John Abela’s page; also featured on the general site)
  • Lebanon (1970s series, zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL ; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Palestine (various series (1918-47), zoomable to high res.; NB, omit the country name at the end of each URL; a post from Brendan Whyte, forwarded to lismaps, 7 February 2012 – National Library of Australia) {February, 2012}
  • Palestine see also Holy Land
  • Qatar National Library (select ‘Explore The Archive – Filter by Type: Map’ for 131 maps, enlargeable to high res.) {November, 2014}
  • Turkey. ‘European Cartographers and the Ottoman World 1500–1750: Maps from the Collection of O. J. Sopranos’ (the 143-page catalogue of the 2007 exhibition at the Oriental Institute Museum of the University of Chicago, by Ian Manners, with a contribution by M. Pinar Emiralioglu, illustrated with 57 medium-res images) {March, 2013}
  • Turkey in maps (small, low res. images, arranged by period – Ali Turan) {March, 2001}
  • Turkey see also under Continental Europe

Islamic mapping, see under that heading in the Images and Text sections

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