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Collection Map Collection
Catalog Number 2014.17.81
Object Name Map
Description "Pamphilia et Pisidia," Amsterdam, c. 1730, hand-colored engraving, map by Nicolas Sanson, published by Johannes Covens and Cornelius Mortier

This rare map of southern Asia Minor (present-day Turkey) comprises the ancient provinces of Pamphilia and Pisidia (now modern Antalya Province), shown here as they were at the time of Emperor Trajan's death in 117 CE. The principal cities of the coastal province of Pamphilia were Perga and Attalia (modern Antalya), both of which were visited by the Apostle Paul. He also famously visited the city of Antioch in Pisidia, where he gave his first sermon to the Gentiles as recounted in Acts 13 in the Bible.
Title Pamphilia et Pisidia
Date c. 1730
Role of Creator Cartographer
Creator Sanson, Nicolas
Role of Creator 2 Publisher
Creator 2 Covens, Johannes
Role of Creator 3 Publisher
Creator 3 Mortier, Cornelius
Medium ink
Material paper
Technique copperplate engraving
Dimensions H-21 W-25.125 inches
Credit line Gift of Jeffery M. Leving, Founder, Fathers’ Rights
Subjects Turkey
Pamphilia
Pisidia
Antalya