This map of the Arabian Peninsula is a Russian-language map published in 1973 by the Chief Directorate of Geodesy and Cartography under the Council of Ministers of the USSR, Moscow. The map was compiled and designed by the Scientific Editorial Cartographic Department of the Chief Directorate of Geodesy and Cartography (GUGK) in the same year. This is the third edition of the map.
The senior editor of the map is N.I. Arepyeva, while the consultant for the economic map is N.A. Dlin, who holds a degree in geography. The consultant for the population density and distribution of Arabian tribes is S.I. Bruk, who holds a doctorate in geography. The map was signed for printing on September 17, 1973.
The map has a paper format of 72x75 cm and a volume of 1 printed sheet. It has an edition size of 13,000 copies and was ordered under the number 71. The map was printed at Factory No. 5, and the technical editor was T.A. Adson. The map has an index number of 1-11-4 582-73.
This map of the Arabian Peninsula offers valuable insight into the geography, population density, and distribution of Arabian tribes in the region during the 1970s. The map is a valuable resource for researchers and historians interested in the political, economic, and social landscape of the Arabian Peninsula at that time.