'ANNEXE B. SOUTH ARABIA ANGLO-TURKISH BOUNDARY. SHEET NO. 3'
This map is enclosed in a printed copy of the Anglo-Ottoman Convention of 1914. It depicts the line of demarcation of the boundary determined to separate the Yemen from the territory of the nine cantons of Aden (shown in blue).The map's borders are lettered and numbered and are used to reference places in an accompanying table. Areas on the map are marked with Roman numerals and are listed in a second table of references. A third table provides a key to symbols and abbreviations. Place names and symbol and abbreviation references are printed in English and Arabic. The map also indicates hydrology, settlements, cultivation and roads. Relief is shown by contours and spot heights.This map is sheet three of four. Also included is an index to adjoining sheets and a note on the survey's sources.Small printed text near below the map states that it was surveyed by the Anglo-Turkish Boundary Commission, under Colonel Robert Alexander Wahab and Colonel Mustapha Remzi Bey, and heliozincographed at the Survey of India Offices, Calcutta. The map also states the names of the British and Ottoman signatories of the Anglo-Ottoman Convention: E Grey [Edward Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs] and I Hakky [Ibrahim Hakki Pasha, Ottoman representative].
1 map on 4 sheets
Materials: Printed on paper.Dimensions: 936 x 560mm, on sheet 1081 x 633mm.
- Item contributor:
- British Library. India Office Records and Private Papers
- Data contributor:
- Qatar National Library
- 1 map on 4 sheets
- Geographic region:
- Open Government Licence
IOR/L/PS/12/2131, f 63
- Is part of:
- British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers