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Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Descriptio Frisiae sub Francorum reditum (titel op object) Map of the Netherlands and Germany in Roman times with the area where the Frisians lived. Top left a cartouche with title, a river god and a triton. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Berry gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) writer: Menso Alting (listed property) Place manufacture: Amsterdam Date: 1697-1700 and / or 1725 Physical features: etching and engra material: paper Technique: e

Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Descriptio Frisiae sub Francorum reditum (titel op object) Map of the Netherlands and Germany in Roman times with the area where the Frisians lived. Top left a cartouche with title, a river god and a triton. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Berry gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) writer: Menso Alting (listed property) Place manufacture: Amsterdam Date: 1697-1700 and / or 1725 Physical features: etching and engra material: paper Technique: e Stock Photo
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1783 x 1402 px | 30.2 x 23.7 cm | 11.9 x 9.3 inches | 150dpi

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Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Descriptio Frisiae sub Francorum reditum (titel op object) Map of the Netherlands and Germany in Roman times with the area where the Frisians lived. Top left a cartouche with title, a river god and a triton. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Berry gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) writer: Menso Alting (listed property) Place manufacture: Amsterdam Date: 1697-1700 and / or 1725 Physical features: etching and engra material: paper Technique: engra (printing process) / etching dimensions: sheet: h 317 mm (Inner panel edge cut off) × W 417 mm (Inner panel edge cut) Remarks part of 16 cards of the land of the Batavi and the Friesians first prepared for, and incorporated into Alting , Menso. Descriptio, secundum antiquos, agri Batavi & Frisii. 2 parts. Amsterdam: Henricus Wetstein, 1697-1700. Reused in Halma, François. Tooneel of the United Netherlands, and dependent landscapes (...). 2 parts. Leeuwarden: Hendrik Halma, 1725. This card is used in Halma's Tooneel of the United Netherlands (1725) and is likely to be found in Part 1, p. 114. Subject: maps of separate countries or regions river-god Triton (s) Roman period in the Netherlands where Friesland Netherlands Germany

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