אלה מסעי בני ישראל במדבר: עד שעברו את הירדן. לוח ב' [חומר קרטוגרפי] / A. Günther sc. Pestini.
האלצינגער, געארג (מדפיס)
[Wien] : [ג'ורג' הולצינגר]
A.Guenther sc. Pestini, 1817
מתוך: אוישפיץ, יעקב, באור הלוחות, וינה, ג'ורג' הולצינגר, מהד' שניה, 1818, לוח ג', 42 A 993
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