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Passau. septen trio Coloniæ Ubior cum gratia et priuilegio ; LA monogram Leonardus Abent patauien: F

Passau. septen trio Coloniæ Ubior cum gratia et priuilegio ; LA monogram Leonardus Abent patauien: F



Print shows a bird's-eye view of Passau from the south with the Inn River in the foreground and the Danube River in the background; also shows a man and a woman walking at bottom center with another woman and a dog behind, and two women nearby, city walls along the southern bank of the Inn River, which is spanned at center by a long wooden bridge. Includes two circular heraldic devices at top left and top right. On the lower right corner is a key that correspondes to numbered and lettered features on the print.
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Signed on plate on lower right.
Caption: Patauia, Passauia, siue Patauium, quondam Boedurum, vulgò Passaw: Urbs inferioris Bauariae florentiss Danubij, Oeni, Illiceti fluminum propinq́uitate, nobilis. Cuius accuratissimà delilneatione, Reue rediss: ... Anno CMDLXXVI.
Printed on two sheets of paper joined at center prior to printing.
Printed on verso: Patavia [p.] 46.
Possibly published in: "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" by Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg at Cologne in 1576.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).







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