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Plancius, Petrus, 1552-1622
Waeractige beschryvinge vande wydvermaerde Conincklicke Hooft=Stadt Ierusalem
[Leyden], [1609]
290x492 mm.
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Author Plancius, Petrus, 1552-1622
Title Waeractige beschryvinge vande wydvermaerde Conincklicke Hooft=Stadt Ierusalem [cartographic material] / Auct. Pet. Planc. Gedruckt t'Amstelredam by Jan Evertss. Cloppenborch
Imprint [Leyden] : [Jan Paedts and Jan Bouwertss], [1609]
Phys. Desc. 290x492 mm.
Note Copperplate
Note From a Dutch Bible. Leyden, Jan Paedts and Jan Bouwertss, 1609. "III Cap.Nehemiae" The forth map of the series of six biblical maps, first published in the so- called "Plancius Bible" in Amsterdam by Laurens Jacobszon in 1590
Added entry Cloppenburgh, Jan Evertss
Added entry Paedts, Jan
Added entry Bouwertss, Jan
Added entry Jacobszon, Laurens


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