1725 C. Homann Original Egypt And The Nile Fine Colored Cartouche
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1725 C. Homann Original Egypt And The Nile Fine Colored Cartouche:
1725 c. HOMANN original EGYPT and the NILE fine colored Cartouche Description
HOMANN, Johann Baptist. [Decorative old map of Egypt and the Nile] Ægyptus Hodierna Ex itinerario Celeberrimi Viri. Pauli Lucæ Franci desumpta... Nuremberg, c.1725. Fine handcolor 585 x 500mm. Antique map of Egypt, showing the course of the Nile up to the Cataracts. Frenchman Paul Lucas (1664-1737) visited Egypt several times and published descriptions of his discoveries.
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