Product images of Plan of town and fortress of Gariah
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Plan of town and fortress of Gariah
Single sheet. Col. ms. Medium: On modern backing sheet. Scale: [ca. 1:18 000]. Cartographic Note: North at 270 degrees. Soundings. Additional Places: Gulf of Cutch, Gheria. Contents Note: Key to the layout of the fort.
Gariah was a stronghold of Maratha pirates who preyed on shipping along the west coast of India. The EIC failed in several attempts to control them before the Battle of Gheria in 1763.
- Image reference: F0003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London