Detrailed map of India and Southeast Asia, published in Venice by Paolo Santini.
The map extends from the Kingdom of Tibet and northern India to the Maldives and the Straits of Malacca.
Includes islands, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes and a host of other details.
Paolo Santini (1729-1793) was an Venetian engraver known especially for his religious prints and fine cartographic engravings. He published in Venice and may have a been a member of the clergy. In his maps, he largely adopted and adapted the work of his French counterparts, especially the brothers de Vaugondy.