Rome & its environs, from a trigonometrical survey

This large map details the topography of Rome and its environs, from Lacus Sabatinus [Lago di Bracciano] in the north to Norba in the south, and from Nerola in the east to the Tyrrhenian coastline in the west. Most of the larger features are identified by their Classical names.

Published in: Library Collection Topography of Rome and its vicinity New edition
Main Author: Gell, William, Sir, 1777-1836 draftsman
Other Authors: Gardner, James engraver
Published: London : Saunders and Otley September 1834.
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Online Access: https://www.bsrdigitalcollections.it/islandora/object/LC-MAPS:24
Summary: This large map details the topography of Rome and its environs, from Lacus Sabatinus [Lago di Bracciano] in the north to Norba in the south, and from Nerola in the east to the Tyrrhenian coastline in the west. Most of the larger features are identified by their Classical names.
Item Description: Includes an "Explicato," in the lower left-hand corner of the design.
Oriented with north to the left.
Relief shown by hachures and shading; Rome is painted pink.
The map was completed in 1822. Although first engraved in Rome, it was re-engraved in London, with financial support from the Society of Dilettanti, and published with Gell's two-volume Topography of Rome and its Vicinity in 1834 and with the 2nd ed. in 1846.
Physical Description: 1 leaf : map ; 71 x 98 cm., folded to 23 cm
Language: eng
Related Items: Forms part of: Library Collection. Maps.
Access: Closed access material (Library)