Texas State Archives Map Collection

Italy, Lazio
Date: 1943
Publisher: War Office, Geographical Section, General Staff.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 cm = 500 meters
Size: 57 cm x 66 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 07938
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Italy, Lazio Image:
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Covers area around Velletri, Cori and Segni, southeast of Rome, in the Lazio region of central Italy. Shows cities, towns, larger buildings, airfields, churches, cemeteries, industrial works, highways, railroads, trails, bridges, canals, creeks, rivers, lakes, mines, wells, aqueducts, vegetation, mountains, contour lines, and boundary lines. Map is made from four maps cut and taped together: Sheet 158 I, 4th ed. ("Cori"), Sheet 159 IV, 3rd ed. ("Carpineto Romano"), map of area around Segni, and map of area around Velletri (probably Sheet 150 III ("Velletri")). Paper overlay showing directed movements and military patrolling areas is taped to the face of the map. Two small pieces of paper, a legend of roads and trails and directions for 18 May 1994, are also glued to the map. 2/5/01 (HR)

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