This is a map of Europe created in 1804 by Englishman Edward Patteson. It was created as part of an Atlas that depicted both Ancient and Modern Europe. So on this map, modern borders between nations are depicted, but Patteson accompanies many land areas with the so-called Roman names for them. For example, Turkey is accompanied with the Roman subtitle "Asia Minor." What is of note for my project is that this map includes Belgium as part of France, but not the Netherlands, and French maps at the time depict the boundary of France extending to the Rhine River, which is not the case with this map.