Tartary, a vast territory covering much of Russia, Mongolia and China, as depicted by Guillaume Delisle
A map of Tartary from 1706, by Guillaume Delisle, a noted Parisian cartographer who became Premier Géographe du Roi to Louis XIV in 1718. Stretching from the Caspian Sea and the Ural Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, this vast tract of territory was part of the Tsardom of Russia (or Muscovy), ruled at this time by Peter the Great, before his elevation to Emperor of all the Russias in 1721.
Original Size: 48 x 64 cms
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