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Atlas van Nederlandsch Oost-Indië

eventc.1897-1904

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Very detailed atlas of the entire Dutch East Indies, over 16 map sheets, with a cover and overview map. Includes topographic maps, inset maps of cities and islands, and maps featuring land and sea routes, languages, geology, colonial territory etc.

Schetskaart van het terrein doorloopen bij de excursie in 1890 tegen de Battaksche landschappen Loemban-Pinasa en Djandji

event1891

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Map of an expedition route—in red—through the country of the Batak people of northern Sumatra, from Lake Toba to Loemban-Pinasa (Lumban Pinasa) and Djandji. Mountains and forests are shown, along with two drawings of views of hills.

[Schetskaarten van versterkingen, loopgraven, stellingen, bentengs e.d. uit de Atjeh oorlog]

event1880

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Multiple maps from the Aceh War, spread over 12 sheets. Includes maps of fortifications, trenches, battle formations; building plans, including the Aceh Sultan’s palace; topographic maps; and drawings of a ‘kotta mara’ (fortified raft).

Algemeene Kaart van Nederlandsch Oostindie

event1842

location_onEast Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

This detailed map of the Dutch East Indies in the mid-19th century is spread over eight sheets, plus a cover sheet showing the whole area. There are numerous inset maps of islands, bays, cities etc.

Algemeene kaart van Nederlandsch Oostindie

eventc.1839-1855

location_onEast Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

This map of the Dutch East Indies is spread over eight sheets, with a hand-drawn cover sheet showing the whole area. There are numerous inset maps of islands, bays, cities etc. Two of the inset maps have a replacement map pasted over them.

Isle de Baly = 'T eiland Baly

eventc.1772-1780

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Amongst the mountains and jungles of mid-18th century Bali, this map shows three royal palaces, walled encampments, and seven Buddhist temples (or ‘stupa’) on the east coast. Inset illustrations depict a palace and a temple in detail.

'T koninkryk Sunda met dat van Iava by d'Inwoonderen voor een Eiland

event1707

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Java is shown as two separate islands on this map, with the western island named Sunda. The southern coast is labelled as ‘unknown’. A colourful cartouche is decorated with a painting of indigenous Javanese people meeting and trading with Europeans.

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