..... of Sicily Sardinia and Corsica Shewing their Principal Divisions Cities Towns Rivers Mountains etc. This antique map engraved by Sutton Nicholls, is from an edition of "A New Sett of Maps Both of Antient and Present Geography" published by Edward Wells M.A. Oxon, in 1743. Shows Italy and the adjoining islands of Sardinia, Corsica and Sicily. It covers all of Italy in the days of the Roman Empire from Cisalpine Gaul to Sicily, noting towns, cities, rivers, mountains, islands and other topographical features. Rome is identified as is the area of Latium. Uncoloured as published.
Approx 49cms by 37cms.