Title: Palestinae delineatio ad geographiae canones revocata
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 Material Information
Title: Palestinae delineatio ad geographiae canones revocata
Alternate Title: Palestinae delineatio ad geographiaecanones revocata
Parallela geographie veteris et novae
Physical Description: 5 maps : col., copper engraving ; on sheet 22 x 55 cm.
Scale: Scale not given.
Language: Latin
Creator: Briet, Philippe, 1601-1668
Publisher: Pierre Mariette
Place of Publication: Paris
Publication Date: <1650>
 Subjects
Subject: Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Palestine   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Jerusalem   ( lcsh )
Early maps -- Palestine -- 1650   ( local )
Early maps -- Jerusalem -- 1690   ( local )
Early maps -- Jerusalem -- 1650   ( local )
Early Maps -- Palestine -- 1650   ( local )
Genre: single map   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Summary: The map was published originally in a three volume historical atlas, Parellela geographie veteris et novae, 1641-1649 written by the Jesuit Priest Philippe Briet.
Summary: The Library copy is probably from an edition of Nicolas Sanson's Atlas and is included in Nebenzahl's Maps of the Holy Lands.
Citation/Reference: Nebenzahl,
Citation/Reference: Laor,
Citation/Reference: Aviel,
General Note: The upper portion of the map is divided into three small maps: 1. Syria-"Syriae" veteris descriptio", 2. Ancient Jerusalem-"Hiervsalem"; and 3. the Sinai Peninsula-Exodvs Israelis."
General Note: The map sheet is divided laterally into two parts with a title and borders between them; the main title belongs to the lower map, which is the largest...is a map of Palestine showing the land of the tribes on both sides of the Jordan as it is oriented with the East to the top and "Mare Magnvm" to the bottom.
General Note: The Exodus insert and main Palestine map represent Old Testament themes, while the general map of Syria and town plan of Jerusalem reflect the period of the Roman Empire and the New Testament.
General Note: Engraver Henri Le Roy.
General Note: From the Holy Land Map Collection donated by Dr. James and Adina Simmons in memory of their parents.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Florida Heritage Project of the State University Libraries of Florida, the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00001634
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002356391
oclc - 41441583
notis - ALW0816
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