|Illustration No.||1  |
|Engraver||Tomás López and Manuel Salvador Carmona|
|Title Caption||MAPA DE UNA PORCION DEL REYNO DE ESPAÑA QUE COMPRENDE LOS PARAGES POR DONDE ANDUVO DON QUIXOTE Y LOS SITIOS DE SUS AVENTURAS|
|Color||Black and white|
|Page Number||f.p. 492|
|Image Dimension||275 x 415|
|Page Dimension||288 x 438|
|Commentary||Map with a portion of Spain (central and East) including 35 points of don Quixote's route (since the inn where he was knighted); first sally (4), second sally (12), third sally (19).
Over the map legend, don Quixote's arms, basin, armour, shield of the sad countenance, shield of the lion...
|Notes||1 - The map was designed by Tomás López, geographer of His Majesty, for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780 according to the observations done on the spot by José de Hermosilla, captain of engineers.
2 - The route has been hand colored.