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De Heylige en wytvermaerde stadt Ierusalem, eerst genaemt Salem
[Amsterdam,], [1643]?
318 x 474 mm.
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Author Visscher family
Title De Heylige en wytvermaerde stadt Ierusalem, eerst genaemt Salem [cartographic material] : Genesis 14 Vers 18 / C.J. Visscher Excud.
Imprint [Amsterdam,], [1643]?
Phys. Desc. 318 x 474 mm.
Note Copperplate
Note Imaginary plan
Note Dutch text on verso: "Beschrijvinge van Jerusalem"
Note From a Dutch Bible. Amsterdam?, middle of the 17th century. "Dese Kaerte wert gestelt voor het 3 Cap. Nehemia". The plan itself is the same as the 1630 Stern's plan of Jerusalem
Added entry Visscher, Claes Janssen
Added entry Stern, Heinrich
Added entry Stern, Johannes


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