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The Artistic and Historical Importance of
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Alexander Dalrymple Annam Antonio Zatta Arakan archipelago atlas Ayudhya became began Blaeu Borneo British Brunei Burma Burmese Cambodia Captain cartographers Champa coast Cochin China colour contacts Crawfurd D'Apres de Mannevillette Dalboquerque decoration depicted detailed mapping Dutch Dutch East India early European early maps East India Company edition of Ptolemy's eighteenth century English East India engraver Europe European maps expedition exploration Figure French Gastaldi/Ramusio Geographia geographical Guillaume de L'Isle Hondius Hydrographer included Indiae Orientalis Indies Indo-China interest Jacques Nicolas Bellin James Horsburgh Java John King Kingdom Laos later Luang Prabang Malacca Malay Peninsula Manila map-makers maps of South-East Mercator Moluccas nineteenth century old maps Pegu Philippines Philippines group Pieter Plate Portuguese and Spanish produced Ptolemy's Geographia regional maps River Sarawak settlement seventeenth century ships Siam Siamese Singapore sixteenth century South-East Asia Spaniards Spice Islands Straits Sultan Sumatra surveys Tongking town trading factory travelled treaty Vietnam Vietnamese visited voyage