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An important map of early modern archaeology in Nineveh

JONES, James Felix.

Vestiges of Assyria. Sheet 1st, an Ichnographic Sketch of the remains of ancient Nineveh, with the enciente of the modern Mosul... constructed from the trigonometrical survey in the spring of 1852, at the command of the government of India, by Felix Jones, Commander, Indian Navy and Surveyor in Mesopotamia. Aided in the field operations by J.M. Hyslop, Esq.r M.D. Med.l Staff, Bombay Army.
London: John Walker, 1855. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 1275 x 735mm. With facsimile signature.

Stock ID : 22248

£3,250

An important map of early modern archaeology in Assyria

JONES, James Felix.

As an accompaniment to the 1st and 2nd sheets of the Vestiges of Assyria. Sheet 3d being a Map of the country included in the angle formed by River Tigris & the Upper Zab shewing the disposition of the various ancient sites in the Vicinity of Nineveh. from the trigonometrical survey made by order of the Governor of India in the Spring of 1852 by Felix Jones, Commander, Indian Navy and Surveyor in Mesopotamia aided in the field operations by J.M. Hyslop, Esq.r M.D. Med.l Staff, Bombay Army.
London: John Walker, 1855. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, as issued, total 1275 x 735mm. With facsimile signature.

Stock ID : 22303

£3,250