MICHAL, j. de
about 1680 to about 1750
Jacques de Michal (about 1680 to about 1750) was a French military cartographer. There are several manuscript maps know which he produced during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714). In times of peace he continued map making, some of these maps were engraved and published by Matthäus Seutter in Augsburg.
These are a map of Suabia ( Suevia universa, 9 sheet), a map of the Rhine (Rhenus per tres tabellas, 3 sheet), the Suabian territory of Burgau (Marchionatus Burgoviae, 1 sheet), a plan of the fortress of Kehl (Plan und gegende der Vöste Keel, 1 sheet), and "your" map of Alsace (3 sheet).
The undated map was published separately around 1725/30. In his atlasses Seutter used to insert another map of Alsace (Alsatia Landgraviatus, 1 sheet), but this one was not made by Michal.
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