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This article focus on d’Anville’s map and many of maps reproduced in the 18th and 19th centuries including his map used by other cartographers. Maps produced in 17th century shows Korea as an island or a simple form peninsula. They showed the appearance distorted of Korea to europeans in the same time. D’Anville’s map of Korea is a landmark in the mapping of Korea and the first map to provide a reasonable accurate mapping of the Peninsula. This was the most accurate map of the Korean kingdom to date, not superadded for almost two hundred years. The map shows Dokdo Islets have been “Part of Korean territory” and border line of Korea perched further north than border line between Korea and China in the present. The d’Anville map is a signal achievement in the mapping of Korea that combines the work of Jesuit cartographers and Chinese surveyors, no doubt using Korean maps as guides, published in Paris and disseminated widely through Europe in many subsequent editions and copies. For the first time, Western audiences had a fairly accurate map of Korea. The map remained the most important and influential mapping of Korea for the next century or more. #d‘Anville’s map #reproduced #The most accurate map #Dokdo Islets #many subsequent editions and copies #당빌 지도 #재생산된 #가장 정확한 지도 #독도 #그 후의 많은 판본과 복사본들

영문제요
Ⅰ. 들어가는 말
Ⅱ. 당빌의 『조선왕국전도』
Ⅲ. 확대 재생산된 『조선왕국전도』의 의미
Ⅳ. 나가는 말
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