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Chéreau, Jacques le jeune, 1668-1776
Ierusalem, ville capitale de la Terre Sainte, et du Royaume de Judée
Paris, [176-].
144x220 mm.
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Author Chéreau, Jacques le jeune, 1668-1776
Title Ierusalem, ville capitale de la Terre Sainte, et du Royaume de Judée [cartographic material]
Imprint Paris, [176-].
Phys. Desc. 144x220 mm.
Note Copperplate
Note View
Note Drawn after Braun-Hogenberg's view in the second half of the 18th century
Note At the bottom is shown the Jordan River
Added entry Braun, Georg, 1542-1622
Added entry Hogenberg, Franz, 1535-1590


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