Kâtip Çelebi

This map of the [[Indian Ocean]] and the [[Chinese Sea]] was engraved in 1728 by the Hungarian-born Ottoman cartographer and publisher [[Ibrahim Muteferrika|Ibrahim Müteferrika]]; it is one of a series that illustrated Katip Çelebi's ''Universal Geography'', the first printed book of maps and drawings to appear in the Islamic world. Kâtip Çelebi ( "Gentleman Scribe"), the pen name of Mustafa bin Abdullah (1609–1657), also later known as Haji Khalifa () or Kalfa, was an Ottoman scholar. A historian and geographer, he is regarded as one of the most productive authors of non-religious, scientific literature in the 17th-century Ottoman Empire. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Katib Çelebi
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by Mustafa Ibn ʿAbd Allah
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