Map of the island of Ceylon
- Map of the island of Ceylon
- Depicting the Sri Lankan Vernacular
- Davy, John and others
- Sri Lanka
- British Colonial Ceylon
- Work Type:
- Published in John Davy, An Account of the Interior of Ceylon (1821). The map bears the legend: 'Engraved by Sidney Hall, Bury Street, Bloomsbury' and "Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Ome and Brown, Paternoster Road, London, in 1821.'" Mimure is located on this map as "Memoora" at approximately 7 deg., 45' N, 81 deg., 15' E. This is the earliest map to locate and identify Mimure.
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