Atlas accompanying F. P. Fonton's study of the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-29, in the Caucasus under the leadership of Field Marshal Ivan Fyodorovich Paskevich. Includes maps of Russia's possessions in the Caucasus as of 1840; the siege of Kars; the siege of, assault on, and battle of Akhaltsikh; the battles of Kainly and Baiburt; the plan of the camp of Hagkhi Pacha and the battle of Milli-Duz; the fortress of Baiazeth; and the taking of Arzerum. Maps include legends.
Detailed atlas of fifty-seven maps and text "tracing the more than two-hundred year evolution of the administrative and ethnic composition of the region," from the era of imperial rivalries over the Caucasian borderlands in the 1720s to the conflicting political visions of the present decade. Includes informative appendices on the area and population of the administrative units and states of the region; major cities in the Caucasus; the ethnic composition of the region's historical population with statistics; and administrative units of the Russian Empire and the USSR.
Nineteenth century atlas in three volumes of the geology and paleontology of the Caucasus, primarily Armenia, focusing on fossils from the Araxes Gorge near Djoulfa, Armenia, and the geology of the eastern and western halves of the Armenian highlands. Includes text, maps, landscape views, and illustrations of fossilized mollusks.
Loose-leaf atlas of fifty-seven maps, diagrams, profiles, and tables illustrating the results of the explorations of the North Caucasus Oil Expedition, 1952-55, for oil and gas in the region. Maps have legends.