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Images from eight wars fought between 1570 and 1718

Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724)

Hungary, 1716-17

Neu-Geographisch vorgestelltes UNGARISCHES KRIEGS-THEATRUM in Servien und dem Bannat Temeswar,/ Worin[n]en die glückliche Progressen Kayserl. Siegreichesten Waffen, unter Commando des Durchl: Princ. Eugenii von Savojen... 1717 or later

Engraving and some etching; printed on paper; hand-coloured | Scale: 1:402,000 approx. | RCIN 727001

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A map of the campaigns of 1716 and 1717, showing the march routes and camps, with their dates, of the Imperial and Turkish armies. Austro-Turkish War (1716-18). Oriented with north to top.

The inclusion of the note, top right, ‘Cum Privilegio S.C.M.’ appears to be the only difference between the map described here and a possibly earlier state which lacks this note. Examples of the map lacking the note can be found in the collections of the University of Bern: Bern UB ZB, Sammlung Ryhiner: ZB Ryh 6504:21.

The present-day locations of the places shown in the insets are: Temeswar (Timişoara, Romania 45°45ʹ13ʺN 21°13ʹ33ʺE); Belgrad (Belgrade, Serbia 44°48ʹ14ʺN 20°27ʹ54ʺE); Semendria (Smederevo, Serbia 44°39ʹ46ʺN 20°55ʹ48ʺE); Pancsova (Pančevo, Serbia 44°52ʹ15ʺN 20°38ʹ25ʺE); Vipalanka (Banatska Palanka, Serbia 44°50ʹ43ʺN 21°19ʹ55ʺE); Sabatz (Šabac, Serbia 44°44ʹ48ʺN 19°41ʹ24ʺE); Orsava (Orşova, Romania 44°43ʹ31ʺN 22°23ʹ46ʺE); Peterwardein (Petrovaradin, Serbia 45°14ʹ48ʺN 19°52ʹ46ʺE).

  • Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724) (publisher) [top right, right of title:] Cum Privilegio S.C.M. / Der Röm. Kays. Maj.t Geographo in Nürnberg.

  • Watermark: Indistinct; a coat of arms with initials below

    Condition: one fold line; formerly mounted on coarse cloth, possibly before it was incorporated in Cumberland's collection; the removal of the backing material has caused much abrasion to the verso. Verso: bottom centre, water-stained patch from the removal of Cumberland's cipher label

  • Scale: 1:402,000 approx. Scale bar: Maas-stab von 4 / Ungarischen Meilen, dern 12 einen Grad aufmachē. [83 mm = 4].

    37.1 x 56.6 cm (neatline)

    49.0 x 58.2 cm (image)

    49.5 x 58.9 cm (platemark)

    50.3 x 60.9 cm (sheet)

  • Printed title:

    Neu-Geographisch vorgestelltes UNGARISCHES KRIEGS-THEATRUM in Servien und dem Bannat Temeswar, / Worin[n]en die glückliche Progressen Kayserl. Siegreichesten Waffen, unter Commando des Durchl: Princ. Eugenii von Savojen, mit allen bisher in zweyen Feldzügen 1716 und 1717. gehaltenen Schlachten und eroberten Plätzen, in Kupfer gewiesen werden von Ioh. Bapt. Homann. [top, above map border]

    Insets:

    [along bottom of map, from left to right:]

    [1] Temeswar wurde belagert von / den Kayserl den 28. Aug. 1716 / den i. Oct. die Palanka mit Sturm / und den 12. Oct. die Stadt mit accord. Size: 8.9 x 14.0 cm (neatline).
    [2, a middle oblique view of Belgrade:] BELGRAD Size: 8.9 x 14.2 cm (neatline).
    [3, a middle oblique view of Smederevo:] SEMENDRIA Size: 8.9 x 14.1 cm (neatline).
    [4, a quartet of separate, small fortification plans:] PANCSOVA, VIPALANKA, SABATZ, ORSAVA [left centre, in cartouche representing a scroll:] Belagerung / der Stadt und Vestung / BELGRAD / mit allen Lagern und Attaquen / zu Wasser und zu Land / wie auch / DER KAYSERL. ANGRIFF / des uber 200000 mann starcken Türckischen / Lagers und dessen Besiegung den 16 August / Worauf die Stadt mit accord erobert worden / den 19. Aug. A. 1717. Size each: 4.1 x 7.0 cm (neatline) approx. [top right:] SCHLACHT / bey Peter- / wardein / den 5. Aug. / 1716. Size: 10.1 x 80.5 cm (neatline).

    Annotations:

    George III heading: Hungary 1716-1717.

    Other annotations: (Recto) none. (Verso) [top right, black pencil:] 1716-17; [bottom right, black pencil:] 59 [crossed out in pencil]; [bottom right, black pencil]: 24; [bottom centre, black pencil, erased:] Hungary 171[6-1717]; [bottom centre, black pencil:] 14 [crossed out in black pencil]; [bottom centre, black pencil:] 30; [right, centre, red pencil:] 30; [right, bottom centre, black pencil:] N.3.

    George III catalogue entry:

    Hungary Neu Geographisch vorgestelltes Ungarisches Kriegs-Theatrum in Servien und dem Bannat Temesvar worinen die gluckliche progressen Kayserl. Siegreichesten Waffen unter commando des Durchl. Princ Eugenii von Savojen, mit allen bisher in zweyen Feldzugen 1716 und 171 gehaltenen Schlachten und eroberten Platzen: von I.B. Homann.

  • From the collection of military and naval maps and prints formed by Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-65), third son of George II; subsequently acquired by George III (1738-1820)

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