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Hierosolyma urbs sancta : Judeae totius que orientis longe clarissima qua amplitudine ac magnificentia hoc nostro aevo conspicua est
- Hogenberg, Frans, approximately 1539-1590
- [Cologne : Braun & Hogenberg, 1575]
- From: First Latin edition of Braun, Georg and Hogenber, Franz, Civitates orbis terrarum. Original in Vol. 2 plate No. 54, pub. Cologne 1575. Bird's-eye view of Jerusalem. Relief shown pictorially. Includes index of 48 numbered locations. Text in Latin on verso "Hierosolyma." Title translation: Jerusalem, the Holy City, by far the most famous city of Juda and the East, in her present time, size and greatness. At top of map: Ezechielis. V. Haec eft Jerusalem. Ego eam in medio Gentium posui, et in eius circuitu terras. Translation: This is Jerusalem I have set her in the midst of the nations, and countries are round about her. Prophet Ezekiel.
- Israel and West Bank
- Bible—Geography—Maps—Early works to 1800, Jerusalem—Maps—Early works to 1800, Palestine—Maps—Early works to 1800, Bird's-eye views—Jerusalem—1575, Maps—Jerusalem—1575, and Maps—Palestine—1575
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