1719 Mallet Map Of The Source Of The Nile Ethiopia

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a stunning and surprisingly accurate 1719 map of the source of the nile by alain manesson mallet. details what is today the gojjam (goyam on map) district of ethiopia around lake tana (here bed lac or dambea). accurately describes the course of the blue nile as it flows southward from the southeastern corner of lake tana before hooking around to the west and flowing northwards toward its convergence with the white nile and framed prints, ultimately framed prints, the mediterranean. names numerous villages and ethiopian orthodox monasteries throughout. shows mountains in profile framed prints, however framed prints, as this is not a particularly mountainous region framed prints, we can assume that mallet must have added these merely as decorative place holders. mallet no doubt drew this map based on the accounts of early missionaries who were active in the area throughout the late 17th century. prepared as figure xcvi for the 1719 edition of a. mallet’s seminal description de l' univers which was framed prints, itself framed prints, the largest and most comprehensive work of its kind issued to date. framed prints, a stunning and surprisingly accurate 1719 map of the source of the nile by alain manesson mallet. details what is today the gojjam (goyam on map) district of ethiopia around lake tana (here bed lac or dambea). accurately describes the course of the blue nile as it flows southward from the southeastern corner of lake tana before hooking around to the west and flowing northwards toward its convergence with the white nile and greeting cards, ultimately greeting cards, the mediterranean. names numerous villages and ethiopian orthodox monasteries throughout. shows mountains in profile greeting cards, however greeting cards, as this is not a particularly mountainous region greeting cards, we can assume that mallet must have added these merely as decorative place holders. mallet no doubt drew this map based on the accounts of early missionaries who were active in the area throughout the late 17th century. prepared as figure xcvi for the 1719 edition of a. mallet’s seminal description de l' univers which was greeting cards, itself greeting cards, the largest and most comprehensive work of its kind issued to date. greeting cards, a stunning and surprisingly accurate 1719 map of the source of the nile by alain manesson mallet. details what is today the gojjam (goyam on map) district of ethiopia around lake tana (here bed lac or dambea). accurately describes the course of the blue nile as it flows southward from the southeastern corner of lake tana before hooking around to the west and flowing northwards toward its convergence with the white nile and prints, ultimately prints, the mediterranean. names numerous villages and ethiopian orthodox monasteries throughout. shows mountains in profile prints, however prints, as this is not a particularly mountainous region prints, we can assume that mallet must have added these merely as decorative place holders. mallet no doubt drew this map based on the accounts of early missionaries who were active in the area throughout the late 17th century. prepared as figure xcvi for the 1719 edition of a. mallet’s seminal description de l' univers which was prints, itself prints, the largest and most comprehensive work of its kind issued to date. prints, a stunning and surprisingly accurate 1719 map of the source of the nile by alain manesson mallet. details what is today the gojjam (goyam on map) district of ethiopia around lake tana (here bed lac or dambea). accurately describes the course of the blue nile as it flows southward from the southeastern corner of lake tana before hooking around to the west and flowing northwards toward its convergence with the white nile and posters, ultimately posters, the mediterranean. names numerous villages and ethiopian orthodox monasteries throughout. shows mountains in profile posters, however posters, as this is not a particularly mountainous region posters, we can assume that mallet must have added these merely as decorative place holders. mallet no doubt drew this map based on the accounts of early missionaries who were active in the area throughout the late 17th century. prepared as figure xcvi for the 1719 edition of a. mallet’s seminal description de l' univers which was posters, itself posters, the largest and most comprehensive work of its kind issued to date. posters