Jerusalem, Antique Map from "Civitates Orbis Terrarum"

Braun G., Hogenberg F.Jerusalem, from the collection Civitates Orbis Terrarum, Cologne, T. Graminaeus, 1572-1617.

Image dimensions: cm 32.8 x 41; dimensions: cm 41 x 54; Passepartout dimensions: cm 50 x 64.4.

Interesting B/W etching on coeval paper, representing a detailed view of the holy city of Jerusalem, the “Hierosolyma urbs sancta”. The title is on plate at the top, whilst there is a caption in Latin in a cartouche at the bottom left. Good conditions, with the usual medial fold and some light foxings on the margins.

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Artist Braun Georg, Hogenberg Franz
Typology Original Prints
Technique Etching
Year 1572- 1617
Editor Cologne, T. Graminaeus
Image Dimensions (cm) 32.8 x 41
Dimensions (cm) 41x 54
Subject Cities, Landscape

Braun G., Hogenberg F.Jerusalem, from the collection Civitates Orbis Terrarum, Cologne, T. Graminaeus, 1572-1617.

Image dimensions: cm 32.8 x 41; dimensions: cm 41 x 54; Passepartout dimensions: cm 50 x 64.4.

Interesting B/W etching on coeval paper, representing a detailed view of the holy city of Jerusalem, the “Hierosolyma urbs sancta”. The title is on plate at the top, whilst there is a caption in Latin in a cartouche at the bottom left. Good conditions, with the usual medial fold and some light foxings on the margins.

The Civitates Orbis Terrarum (Atlas of the Cities of the World) was the second oldest printed atlas in the history of world cartography and the first atlas totally dedicated to topographical views. The first volume of this collection was published in Cologne in 1572; the following in 1575, 1581, 1588, and 1598. The sixth and final volume appeared in 1617, shortly before the extensive devastation wreaked by the Thirty Years’ War.

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