A copper engraving of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1666.
Nicolas Sanson (1600 – 1667) was a French cartographer, termed by some the creator of French geography, in which he's been called the "father of French cartography." Sanson was a royal geographer. He gave lessons in geography both to Louis XIII and Louis XIV. Besides, he was made a councilor of state.
The corner below in the right was folded. Two old stains from moisture on the map. The pictures are part of the description.
- Country (current geographical location)
- Geographical specification
- Map maker/ publisher
- Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667)
- Map/ Book title
- Hungaria Regnum
- Copper engraving
- Additional Information
- Kingdom of Hungary. Detailed map with all important towns and cities
- Size of the largest image
- 43.8×60.7 cm