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Collection:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author:
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Date:
1875
Short Title:
Incursions of barbarians.
Publisher:
J.H. Butler & Co.
Philadelphia
Type:
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm:
29
Obj Width cm:
23
Scale 1:
23,500,000
Note:
Engraved map with 3 insets. Hand colored. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Washington and Ferro. "Sacred geography" upper margin.
World Area:
Eastern Hemisphere
Country:
Jordan; Palestine
City:
Jerusalem
Region:
Rome
Subject:
Religious
Full Title:
Map of the incursions of the barbarians who destroyed the Roman Empire. (with) Map of Palestine of the Holy Land. (with) Vicinity of the ancient city of Jerusalem. (with) Plan of the ancient city of Jerusalem. Drawn & engraved by J.H. Young. Entered ... 1844, by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania. (1875)
List No:
1753.007
Page No:
9-12
Series No:
9
Engraver or Printer:
Young, J.H.
Publication Author:
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Pub Date:
1875
Pub Title:
Mitchell's ancient atlas, classical and sacred, containing maps illustrating the geography of the ancient World, as described by the writers of antiquity; also, the political divisions, cities, towns, places distinguished by remarkable events ... As determined by modern observations; together with a table of the corresponding ancient and modern names of the places engraved in the maps. The whole accompanied by a descriptive geography, embellished with numerous engravings of remarkable events, views of important cities, noted structures, and various interesting antique remains. By S. Augustus Mitchell. Philadelphia: Published by J.H. Butler & Co. For sale by the booksellers throughout the United States. 1875.
Pub Reference:
Cf P5636 (1874 ed.)
Pub Note:
See note field above.
Pub List No:
1753.000
Pub Type:
Classical Atlas
Pub Maps:
7
Pub Height cm:
30
Pub Width cm:
25
Image No:
1753007
Institution:
Rumsey Collection
Ownership Statement:
Copyright 2005
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