Ierusalem : niewlicks uyt de Schriften Iosephus / afgebeeld door J.H. Cocceius.

SMITH  III-6 1 map : color ;  33 x 40 cm.   Scale [ca. 1:6,600] ; measurement derived from scale bar ; Lengte van stadien  (E 35°14ʹ--E 35°14ʹ/N 31°46ʹ--N 31°46ʹ).  Perspective map (different perspectives are shown, buildings in the distance are not drawn to scale).  Copper engraving.   Relief is suggested by hachures and pictorially.  Imaginary plan of ancient Jerusalem, ca. 1660, with buildings, city walls and scenery. Left foreground contains a perspective drawing of the Temple on Mount Moriah. In upper left portion of the map is the City of David with Herod's Place. "Golgotha" with three crosses is located outside the double wall. Also shows Palace of Queen Helena and Fort Antonia.   Includes notes and indexed alpha-numeric key showing the location of 36 significant places.  Map is oriented with north towards the right. Page 655"--Top right.  "35"--Right bottom corner of key.  Geographic coordinates based on centerpoint, derived from a modern Jerusalem map.  Text and placenames in Dutch and Greek.  Donated by John F. Smith, III and Susan B. Smith, 2017.

Main Author: Coccejus, Johannes, 1603-1669.
Format: Map
Language: Dutch
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Published: [Amsterdam : Covens & Mortier] 1704
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Online Access: https://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:490913