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Cyrillic Maps

CYRILLIA:

Maps of East & Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and Mongolia in East Tower 2, Herman B Wells Library.

Email libet2@indiana.edu for more information.

Cyrillic is an alphabet used in some Slavic languages (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian) and has been used in some non-Slavic languages (Kazakh, Mongolian).


Slavic designates a group of languages and ethnicities that include Belarussian, Bulgarian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Serbian, and Ukrainian among others.


This database's goals are as follows:

  • To provide resources about uncataloged and cataloged Cyrillic-written maps in this library
  • To access additional resources about cartography and geography of East & Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and Mongolia

The current focus of this database is on maps written in Cyrillic alphabets.

Cyrillic: Index to Cyrillic Topographic Maps
Description of indexes to Russian Topographic Maps developed by Bruce Sarjeant in 1999.
Cyrillic: Collection Highlights
Descriptions of some of the uncataloged and cataloged maps found in the IU collection!
Cyrillic Resource Guide
Bibliography of sources about geography and cartography of East & Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and Mongolia along with additional search aids and tools.
Other Cyrillic Map Collections in the U.S.
List and links to other U.S. universities and organizations with map collections of East & Central Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and Mongolia map collections.


last updated: 5/31/2013