Printed map. "Constructed from the latest & best authorities by R. Creighton." "This map is intended to illustrate the geography of the Holy Scriptures." "Engraved by J. Henshall, 1, Cloudesly Terrace, Islington, London." Three visual scales. Includes insets: Tower of Babel; Grand Cairo; View of Bethlehem; View of Jerusalem in its present state; Plan of ancient Jerusalem; and, Plan of modern Jerusalem. Donated by Dr. Alan Mendelson, 2002.
Printed map. "By A: K: Johnston, F.R.G.S." Three visual scales. In lower, right margin, "National atlas -- 24". Includes textual content. Probably originally from Johnston's The National Atlas of Historical, Commercial and Political Geography, which was published 1843, 1846 and 1859.
Printed map. "Drawn on a large scale, for the purpose of explaining the following subjects: I. The early, and most interesting part of the retreat of the ten thousand. II. The marches of Alexander, to and from, the Field of Arbela. III. The march of Julian, to Ctesiphon; and retreat of the Roman Army to Nisibis. IV. The canals, (ancient & modern) leading from the Euphrates to the Tigris; the position of the Wall of Media; the Pallacopa, &c." "J. Walker Sculpt." "The writing engraved by T. Aldridge." Five visual scales [113 mm=60 geographic miles]. In upper right corner, "No. III." Bound in a folder with another Rennell map; see RMC_107264. Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.
Printed map. "J. Walker Sculpt." Three visual scales [82 mm=130 geographic miles]. In upper right corner, "No. II." Includes inset: [Enlargement of the Gulf of Scanderoone]. Shows routes of Cyrus and Xenophon, Roman roads, ordinary roads, ancient and modern places, and more. Bound in a folder with another Rennell map; see RMC_107265. Acquired as part of the Banks Collection.