Description: Antique map titled 'India (Southern Sheet)'. Old map of Southern India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). With an inset map of the South-Eastern Provinces of India. This map originates from 'The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, Exhibiting, in a Series of Entirely Original and Authentic Maps, the Present Condition of Geographical Discovery and Research in the Several Countries, Empires, and States of the World' by A.K. Johnston. Published by W. and A.K. Johnston, 1882.
Artists and Engravers: Alexander Keith Johnston LLD (1804-1871) was a Scottish geographer. He was a pupil of the Edinburgh engraver and mapmaker, James Kirkwood. In 1826, he joined his brother William (who would become Sir William Johnston, Lord Provost of Edinburgh) in a printing and engraving business, forming the well-known cartographical firm of W. and A. K. Johnston.
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