Chronologie d'Angleterre, appliquée a la Généalogie des Rois, Princes et Princesses qui ont eu des pretentions sur cette Couronne
Renaudot, Claude, 1765–1790
Data Visualization, Monarchy, and Genealogy
1 map ; 93 x 61 cm.
fr and Paris
1781 and 1781
France, 1781; Paris : Chez Mondhare, 1781
map, government publication, cartographic image, Maps., Maps, Early works to 1800, Maps, Early works to 1800, Maps, Early works to 1800, Maps, Early works to 1800, Maps, and Early works to 1800
References: Bibliothèque nationale de France: FRBNF33301495 Bibliothèque nationale de France: FRBNF33301495
Uncolored pictorial timeline map and genealogical chart in the form of a tree detailing the genealogy of the Monarchs of England and Scotland from 440 up to George III, 1760. Made by Claude Renaudot, a lawyer and historian who published under the pseudonym ‘Mazaroz’, created the chart in Paris in the decade leading up to the French Revolution, published in Paris in 1781 by Mondhare. While the present chart is separately issued and is a complete work in and of itself, Renaudot (as ‘Mazaroz’) also issued an extremely rare book explaining the time chart and the chronology of the British monarchy.
David Rumsey Map Collection at Stanford University Libraries