Akhmatov (I.) Geographical, Historical, and Chorographical Atlas of the Russian State,
Based on the History of N.M. Karamzin, New Edition, revised, title page, 28 pp, 71 coloured maps, folding table of Chronology of Russian Tsars, 862-1845,
Folio, original cloth-backed printed paper-covered boards (covers worn and stained, some loss to the paper title on covers, toning and scattered foxing), Saint Petersburg, 1845
Jeremy Black: Maps and History, page 74.
Karamzin was a distinguished Russian historian of the early 19th century, he provides a detailed account of the development of Muscovy. Shows the barbarian invasions divided among a number of maps, also the case with Mongol advances, depicted on 4 maps.
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