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English: The Africa sheet of the 1803 Cedid Atlas (one of 24 sheets in total). It is the first published atlas in the Muslim world, and only 50 copies were printed at the press, as as such it is one of the rarest printed atlases of historical value and of great importance to Middle Eastern history.
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