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The Madaba mosaic Map
[Jerusalem], [1897]?
1260 x 1780 mm.
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Title The Madaba mosaic Map [cartographic material] : Plan des corcafu des Madaba le moszei qui on na trouvait a Madaba son fugur natre Jhs 450.
Imprint [Jerusalem], [1897]?
Phys. Desc. 1260 x 1780 mm.
Note A mosaic covering part of the floor of a late sixth-century Byzantine Church in Madaba (today in Jordan) representing the Holy Land and the surrounding countries.
Note Oriented to the east
Note The map shows the area from "Neapolis" (Nablus) to Egypt. The most important section is the plan of Byzantine Jerusalem
Note The inset Greek text at the bottom is a part of a description of the mosaic made by the Librarian of the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, p. Kleopas Koikylides in 1897
Note Colored Manuscript
Added entry Koikylides, Kleopas (about)


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