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Title De Caerte vant theylich land, tivelckmen noemt tland van beloften daer de Heylighe schrift Oude en nieuive Testament zoo vell van vermelt [cartographic material].
Co-Author Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
Creation Date 1600?
Notes The map is drawn after Ortelius - Stella Tilemmanus map of Palestine
On the right side of the map there are two illustrations: One of the Holy Sepulchre and one of the Chapel of Nativity in Bethlehem. Probably drawn after Hermanus Borculus, 1538.
Dutch text on verso: Die Beschrijuinghe des Landts van Beloften
From a Dutch Bible, beginning of 17th century
אוסף המפות על שם ערן לאור, הספרייה הלאומית
digital map code pal0014
Format 302x458 mm.
Language Dutch
Call Number Pal 14
System Number 990023696150205171
Credits אוסף המפות ע"ש ערן לאור

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