|Kangxi Huangyu quanlan tu 康熙皇輿全覽圖 / [汪前進, 劉若芳整理]. Alt. title: Man-Han hebi Qing neifu yitong yudi bitu 滿漢合璧清內府一統輿地秘圖.|
比例尺 (Scale): 1:140 萬 [i.e. 1:1,400,000]
Part 1 of: Qingting san da shice quantu ji 清廷三大實測全圖集 / Wang Qianjin, Liu Quofang zhengli 汪前進, 劉若芳整理.
Originally published 1929-1932.
Each case includes maps accompanied by index volume (179 p., 29 x 42 cm.).
Notes from OCLC #55078047 (北京: 全國圖書館文獻縮微復制中心, 2003 ed.)
Original 104 copper plates were engraved in 1760 under French missionary Michel Benoist. Beiping Gu Gong Bo Wu Yuan reprinted in 1932. Covers from Arctic Ocean in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south ; from Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and Red Sea in the west to the Korea and East China Sea in the East. Shows the territory, administrative divisions, topographic features of Qing Empire. Also shows the continent of Asia. Relief shown pictorially. Reprint of the copper plates engraved in 1760. One of the earliest map of the continent of Asia.
Theodore N. Foss, “A Western Interpretation of China: Jesuit Cartography” in East Meets West (1988), pp. 109-251.
Endymion Wilkinson, Chinese history, a manual (2000), p. 148.
Joseph Needham, Science & civilisation in China (1954), v. 3, pp. 583-586.
N. Standaert, Handbook of Christianity in China (2001), p. 700, 759-763.
J.B. Harley and David Woodward. The history of cartography (1987), v. 2.2.
Ad Dudink & Nicolas Standaert, Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT-Database).