Striking large and highly detailed map of of the Kingdom of Hungary, published by Jaillot.
The map includes all or part of Poland, Transylvania, Moldovia, Bessarabia, Romania, Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Dalmatia, Slovenia, the Ukraine and the Adriatic and Black Sea Region. Includes two large decorative cartouches.
There is an accompanying sheet with 8 views, showing Waradiin, Waitzen, Temeswar, Novigrad, Erlavw, Nitrac, Tokay and Palotta, each being a birdseye view with battles being waged in the foreground, by land or sea. These large format Jaillot maps with the extra view sheets are scarce on the market.
The map also includes an alphabetical table of cities and villages within Hungary along with a separate sheet showing the tables or divisions of the Kingdom and the states of Hungary.
From Jaillot's monumental atlas.
Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (ca. 1632-1712) was one of the most important French cartographers of the seventeenth century. Jaillot traveled to Paris with his brother, Simon, in 1657, hoping to take advantage of Louis XIV's call to the artists and scientists of France to settle and work in Paris. Originally a sculptor, he married the daughter of Nicholas Berey, Jeanne Berey, in 1664, and went into partnership with Nicholas Sanson's sons. Beginning in 1669, he re-engraved and often enlarged many of Sanson's maps, filling in the gap left by the destruction of the Blaeu's printing establishment in 1672.