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Marino Sanudo approximately 1260-1343
[Hanau] :Christian Wechelius
A sketch plan
From: Sanuto, Marino. Liber secretorum fidelium crucis. Hanau: Christian Wechelius 1611, map no. IV. Issued with: Bongars, J., Gesta dei per Francos
The original map was drawn ca. 1320 by Pietro Vesconte, but was first published in print in this edition
For a clean version of map see ACC 2603-4 - 3934668.
אוסף המפות על שם ערן לאור, הספרייה הלאומית
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990010463340205171 Gesta Dei per Francos, sive, Orientalium expeditionum et regni Francorum Hierosolomitani historia /$$QGesta Dei per Francos, sive, Orientalium expeditionum et regni Francorum Hierosolomitani historia /
Jer 178 in book: R 2=54 C 6640
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