Beautiful work. The image here is of the coastline of Italy from Rimini to Pesaro. The Museum’s overview of the manuscript, the additional views (below) provided to compensate for the limitations of the double-spread view, and the references concerning the curatorship are outstanding.
Imagine the 17thc (CE) Italians’ consternation over this illuminated manuscript’s being in the possession of Sultan Süleyman I (the Magnificent). Lest you jump to the “Tempest”-uous Shakespearean conclusion that “What’s past is prologue”, recall that those words are Antonio’s encouragement to Sebastian to murder Sebastian’s sleeping father.