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Number: 3484
Continent: Africa
Region: North
Place Names: Gibraltar
Year of Origin: 1727 (estimated)
Title: Several Prospects of the Rock, Town, Castle, Fortifications & Bay of Gibraltar, also a Plan of ye same wth. ye Approaches of the Spaniards in ye last War, & ye Addition of the New Works, Likewise a Map of ye Streights of Gibraltar wth ye adjacent parts of Spain; a Chart of ye Streights ...ye Soundings of ye Bay, a Map of ye Island of Majorca & a Chart of Ye Port Hahon rvth ye Soundings of that Bay. The South Prospect of the Ribk of Gibraltar.
Sub-Title: The North Prospect of the Ba Town and Rick of Gibraltar. A Prospect of the Town and Rock of Gibraltar from the Bay. An Exact PLAN of the Town Castle, Mole and Bay of Gibraltar Likenwise the Approaches of jy Spaniards in the Last War. Explanation of the References in this Plan.....
Language: English
Publish Origin: London
Height: 45.8
Width: 46.4
Units: centimeters
Size Class.: Medium
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Color Type: Full Color
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Cartographer:
Engraver: Sutton Nicholls
Publisher: Thomas and John Bowles
Other Contributors:
Northernmost Latitude: 36.15
Southernmost Latitude: 36.1
Westernmost Longitude: -5.34
Easternmost Longitude: -5.36
Measurement Notes: modern estimates
Notes: Source Ruderman]; Detailed map of the fortifications at Gibraltar, with 3 views and inset maps. The map illustrates Gibraltar after the Treaty of Utrecht The map shows Gibraltar, Majorca and Minorca, engraved by Sutton Nicholls (fl. ca. 1687 - 1725?), an engraver, map and printseller. The map was likely first issued by Nicholls in about 1712-1713, at the end of the War of the Spanish Succession. The address on the map suggests a date of 1727, the same year as Spain's second attempt to recapture Gibraltar.
Last updated: Apr 19, 2019