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1. A new map of Italy distinguishing all the sovereignties in it, whether states, kingdoms, dutchies, principalities, republicks &c. With the post roads, and many remarks not extant in any map. According to ye newest and most exact observations Image Princeton University Public content

1730. Moll, Herman, -1732. Relief shown pictorially. Insets: Caesium -- Mont Vesuvius -- Mount Aetna or Mongibello in Siciliy. "Note: the post roads in this map are taken fro... [London] : Printed for H. Moll over against Devereux Court in ye Strand ; Ino. Bowles, Print and Map Seller over- against Stocks Market and T. Bowles Print & Mapseller next to the Chapter house in St. Pauls Church yard and by Philip Overton, Map & Printseller near St. Dunstans Church Fleetstreet and by John King, Map & Printseller at the Globe in the Poultry, [ca. 1730].

2. A new map of the upper part of Italy containing ye Principality of Piemont, ye Dutchies of Savoy, Milan, Parma, Mantua, Modena, Tuscany, the Dominions of ye Pope &c. the Republiques of Venice, Genoa, Lucca &c. Image Princeton University Public content

1731. Moll, Herman, -1732. Relief shown pictorially. Inset: Locater map, Italy with the adjacent dominions about it &c. Inset views of fortified cities: Civita Vecchia, Venic... [London] : Sold by H. Moll, over against Devereux Court, between Temple Bar and St. Clement's Church in the Strand, [1731?].

3. A prospect of the city of Genoa Image Princeton University Public content

1748. Harris, John, 1667?-1719. Bird's-eye view of Genoa, Italy; relief shown pictorially. In upper right-hand corner: Vol. II. page 584. Indexed for points of interest. From: Nav... [London : T. Woodward, 1748].

4. Abruzzo et Terra di Lavoro Image Princeton University Public content

1633. Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594. Relief shown pictorially. "Cum privilegio." French text on verso with caption title: Abruzzo et Terra di Lavoro, partie du Royaume de Naples; p. 57... [Amsterdam : H. Hondrius, 1633].

5. Ai Magci. Sigri. miei ossermi. il sigor. Piero Badoero et il Sigor. Antonio Diedo Paolo Forlani : Golfo di Venetia si come è il più famoso et illustre di quanti sono dal Mare ondatti cosi dounedo uscire al mondo nelle mie stampe più copioso di quanti fin hora sono stati ueduti opera dell dotto Gastaldo ... Image Princeton University Public content

1570. Lafréry, Antoine, 1512-1577. Shows the Gulf of Venice and the Adriatic coast from Venice to the Balkans. Relief shown pictorially. Oriented with north to the left. Imprint from... [Rome : A. Lafréry, ca. 1570].

7. Antiquæ urbis Romæ imago accuratiss. ex vetustis monumentis, ex vestigiis videlicet ædificior., Moeniûm ruinis, fide numismatum, monumentis æneis, plumbeis, saxeis tiglinisq. collecta, veter. deniq Image Princeton University Public content

1721. Ligorio, Pirro, approximately 1513-1583. Bird's-eye-view map showing buildings and streets of ancient Rome with 269 points of interest. Title cartouche above; cartouche around legend below... [Amsterdam] : [Covens et Mortier], [between 1721 and 1778].

9. Apuliae quae olim Iapygia, nova corographia Image Princeton University Public content

1573. Gastaldi, Giacomo, approximately 1500-approximately 1565. North oriented toward left. Verso blank. From an unidentified edition of the Theatrum; Broecke does not identify any variant with a blank verso. [Antwerp : s.n., 1573?].

10. Boundary, Italy, 2015 Polygon Stanford University Public content

Hijmans, Robert J. and University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. This polygon shapefile contains the boundary of Italy (adm0). This layer is part of the Global Administrative Areas 2015 (v2.8) dataset. University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.