Johann Christoph Müller (1673-1721)

Antal András Deák, Miljenko Lapaine, Ivka Kljajić


Johann Christoph Müller is one of the most significant cartographers of the first half of the 18th century. His work is of special importance for cartography of Hungary, Croatia, Austria and other Danube-basin countries. The special value of Müller's topographic and cartographic work is that he produced maps based on land surveys and not only using existing maps. His work is great, but still insufficiently explored.



cartography; Johann Christoph Müller; the Treaty of Carlowitz; Hungary; Croatia

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