|Author:||Coronelli, Vincenzo, 1650-1718.|
|Title:||An historical and geographical account of the Morea, Negropont, and the maritime places, as far as Thessalonica illustrated with 42 maps of the countries, plains, and draughts of the cities, towns and fortifications / written in Italian by P.M. Coronelli .... ; Englished by R. W., Gent.|
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An historical and geographical account of the Morea, Negropont, and the maritime places, as far as Thessalonica illustrated with 42 maps of the countries, plains, and draughts of the cities, towns and fortifications / written in Italian by P.M. Coronelli .... ; Englished by R. W., Gent.
Coronelli, Vincenzo, 1650-1718., R. W., Gent.
London: Printed for Matth. Gillyflower ... and W. Canning ..., 1687.
|Alternate titles:||Memorie istoriografiche del regno di Morea e Negroponte. English|
THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
An INDEX of the Draughts, Maps and Plains inserted in this Work, in the order that they ought to be pla∣ced.
OF THE MOREA.
PART I. VVherein is shown, That the Morea is a Peninsula; the different Names by which it has been call∣ed; its Extent and Figure; the Divisions that the Ancients and Moderns have made of the Pro∣vinces contained in it: with a Discourse of its Consines and Frontiers; and at the End, seve∣ral Curious Relations are added upon the same Subject.
Of the Mountains of the Morea.
Of the Streams and Rivers of the Morea.
Taygetique falx & oloriferi Euroae.
Of the Confines and Frontiers of the Morea.
OF THE MOREA.
The Isthmus of Corinth.
A Table of the Kings of Corinth.
Castle of Torneze.
Zunchio or Navarin
The Relation of the Battel befo• Coron, by the Venetian For• against the Ottomans, the 7th. Aug. 1685. With the Descript•¦on and Draught of the Standar• and Horses Tails, taken from t• Turks.
A Relation of the Victory obtained by the Venetians, over the Turks; Before the Fortress of Chielefa, on the first of April 1686.
A List of the Kings of Lacedae∣mon, in their Order, with the Years of their Reigns.
Maina at Cape Matapan.
Malvasia or Malvoisie
The Explication of the Letters in the Draught of Malva∣sia.
Napoli di Romania.
The Explication of the Letters in the Draught of Napoli di Romania.
A Chronological Table of the King• of Argos.
The Copy of the Writing before mentioned taken from the Ori∣ginal of the Act, contained in the Manuscript History of Ra∣phael Caresini Great Chancellor of Venice, added as a Continu∣ation of the Chronicle of the Doge Andreas Dandola.
1383 Die 16. Martii in Rogatis, CAPTA.
Of the Confines of the MOREA.
The Gulfs of the Ionian Sea.
The Gulfs of the Sea of Sapienza.
The Gulfs of the Aegean Sea on the side of the Morea.
Of the Isles and Rocks that are round the Morea, and in the Io∣nian Sea.
The Isle of Corfu.
The little Isles or Rocks that lie round about Corfu.
The Isles called Curzolares.
The Isle of Lefcade, or Santa Maura.
The City and Fortress of Santa Maura.
The Isle of Cephalonia.
The Fortress of Asso.
The Isle of Teacchi.
The Isle of Zant.
The Isles Strivales.
The Isle of Prodano.
The Isles in the Sea of Sapienza.
The Isle of Cerigo.
The Isles of the Gulf of Engia.
The Isle of Egena.
Of the maritime Places be¦tween the Morea and thNegropont.
The Isle and Kingdom of Negro∣pont.
Of the Ebb and Flow of the Euripus.
A Table of the Regular, and Irre∣gular flowing and ebbing of the Euripus, according to the Age of the Moon.
The Explication of the Draught of Volo.
The Fortress of Volo.
The Gulf and City of Salonichi or Thessalonica.
The Gulf, and the Dardanelles of LEPANTO.
The City of Lepanto.