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Constantinopolitanæ urbis effigies ad vivum expressa, Constantinopolis Rombout van den Hoeÿe excudit

Constantinopolitanæ urbis effigies ad vivum expressa, Constantinopolis Rombout van den Hoeÿe excudit

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description

Summary

Print shows bird's-eye view of Constantinople with prominent features identified by number, also shows two men walking with dogs in the lower right foreground; includes eight lines of verse in Latin, Dutch, and French, and a legend of corresponding numbers.
Title from item.
After 1635 print by Matthaeus Merian.

date_range

Date

01/01/1650
place

Location

Silahtarağa (Istanbul, Turkey)
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Source

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copyright

Copyright info

No known restrictions on publication in the U.S. Use elsewhere may be restricted by other countries' laws. For general information see "Copyright and Other Restrictions...," http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/195_copr.html

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