Group Title: Iudaea seu Terra Sancta, quae Hebraeorum sive Israelitarum in suas duodecim tribus divisa
Title: Iudæa seu Terra Sancta, quæ Hebræorum sive Israelitarum in suas duodecim tribus divisa
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Title: Iudæa seu Terra Sancta, quæ Hebræorum sive Israelitarum in suas duodecim tribus divisa secretis ab invicem Regnis Iuda et Israel ... vel geographiae sacrae ex V: et N: Testamento desumtae Tabula, in qua Terra Promissa in suas Tribus Partesque divisa
Alternate Title: Judaea sive Terra Sancta in Duodecim Tribus Divisa. Ad Usum Serenissimi Burgundiae Ducis, Autore N Sanson
Physical Description: 1 map : hand col. ; 46 x 61 cm.
Scale: Scale .
Language: Latin
Creator: Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667
Mortier, Pierre
Publisher: P. Mortier
Place of Publication: Amsterdam
Publication Date: 1690
Subject: Twelve tribes of Israel -- Maps -- Early works to 1800   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Israel   ( lcsh )
Maps -- Israel -- 1690   ( local )
Genre: single map   ( marcgt )
Citation/Reference: Laor,
Citation/Reference: Koeman
General Note: Cartouche title.
General Note: Alternate title in upper margin: Iudæa seu Terra Sancta, quæ Hebræorum sive Israelitarum terra, in suas duodecim tribus divisa : eæ vero sunt cis Iordanem tribus Iuda ... provincijs / ex conatibus geographicis Gulielmi Sanson Nicolai filij ... 1696.
General Note: By colored boundaries, the map depicts the two Kingdoms of Judah and Israel and then the 12 subdivisions of ancient tribal lands.
General Note: The main cartouche has four figues including Moses and Aaron.
General Note: The smaller cartouche at the lower right has the imprint date and the name Petrum Mortier.
General Note: It is decorated to show God creating the animals.
General Note: The map is dedicated to the Duke of Burgundy.
General Note: The map was originally published by Nicolas Sanson, the founder of the well known family of French engravers.
General Note: The map was reprinted in Amsterdam by Pieter Mortier in the Atlas Antiquus.
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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076113
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 - 002327838
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