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Quaresmius, Franciscus
Ierosolymae, cura Nehemiae ducis instavratae, descriptio
[Antwerp], [1639].
190x265 mm.
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Author Quaresmius, Franciscus
Title Ierosolymae, cura Nehemiae ducis instavratae, descriptio [cartographic material]
Imprint [Antwerp], [1639].
Phys. Desc. 190x265 mm.
Note Copperplate
Note Two plans of ancient Jerusalem on a single sheet, each measuring 190x132 mm. The left one is after Brocardus, the right one after Villalpando
Note From: Quaresmius, Franciscus. Historica, theologica et moralis Terrae Sanctae elucidation. Antwerp, 1639, Vol.II, p.39.
Added entry Villalpando, Juan Bautista, 1552-1608
Added entry Burchardus de Monte Sion, 13th cent.


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