Johan Anton von Matérn (October 22, 1683 - December 20, 1764) was a Swedish military officer and cartographer active in the late 17th and first half of the 18th century. Matérn was born in Stockholm. He joined the military sometime around 1704, rapidly raising through the ranks. In 1708 he led a detachment to make maps of Poland, Samogitia and Lithuania. He was captured by Russia forces during the Battle of Perevolotjna (1709) during the During the Great Northern War (1700 - 1721) and, along with Philipp Johann von Strahlenberg (1676 - 1747), sent to Tobolsk, Siberia. He returned to Sweden in 1722. Matérn worked with Strahlenberg to produce a new map of Russia, which the issued in 1730.

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