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Map from 'the first widely published atlas of the Russian empire'.
Map from Joseph Nicolas De L'Isle.
Provinciarum Ustiugæ et Chlynovi Iarenscensis Vagæ Ustiugæ Soliwytschegdæ et Totmæ Delineatio Geographica
St Petersburg: Acad. Imp. Scientiarum, 1747. 485 x 560mm. Original colour. Plate 8 from the 'Atlas Russicus', compiled by the Frenchman De L'Isle. Marked on the map are Jarensk and Totma, towns on the trade routes into Siberia. The title cartouche features a water-driven mine pump.



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