Joseph Stocklein's Reise Patris de la Maze e Soc. Iesu, Von Schamake in Sirvan bis Hispahan in Persien, published by Philipp and Martin Veith in Augsburg & Graetz in 1728-9, delineates the ambitious journey of a Jesuit priest through Persia, specifically tracing a route from Schamake in Sirvan (Azerbaijan) to Isfahan.
Reise Patris de la Maze e Soc. Iesu is a part of the larger collection Der Neue Welt-Bott, which comprises Jesuit letters detailing diverse global experiences. Specifically, this map originates from the segment 'Allerhand So Lehr-als Geist-reiche Brief, Schrifften, und Reis-Beschreibungen,' a section teeming with a mix of instructional and spiritual letters, writings, and travel accounts. The route depicted, moving through Isfahan and Armenia, adds a tangible dimension to these textual records, embodying the very paths tread by these missionaries in their quest for knowledge and evangelism.