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De Caerte vant theylich land, tivelckmen noemt tland van beloften daer de Heylighe schrift Oude en nieuive Testament zoo vell van vermelt [cartographic material].
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
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
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