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Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Pars II et III Frisiae liberae a flevo in Lavicam (titel op object) Map of the Frisian areas in northern Netherlands in Roman times. Top left a cartouche with title, also a woman who carries the horn of plenty (possible Concordia), Justitia and a kneeling male figure. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Triens gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) printmaker Joseph Mulder (listed building) in its design: Joseph Mulder (listed property) writer: Men

Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Pars II et III Frisiae liberae a flevo in Lavicam (titel op object) Map of the Frisian areas in northern Netherlands in Roman times. Top left a cartouche with title, also a woman who carries the horn of plenty (possible Concordia), Justitia and a kneeling male figure. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Triens gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) printmaker Joseph Mulder (listed building) in its design: Joseph Mulder (listed property) writer: Men Stock Photo
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1790 x 1396 px | 30.3 x 23.6 cm | 11.9 x 9.3 inches | 150dpi

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Historische kaart van Nederland met de gebieden van de Bataven en Friezen Pars II et III Frisiae liberae a flevo in Lavicam (titel op object) Map of the Frisian areas in northern Netherlands in Roman times. Top left a cartouche with title, also a woman who carries the horn of plenty (possible Concordia), Justitia and a kneeling male figure. Scale Stok lower cartouche: Triens gradus. Degree distribution along left and rechterrand. Manufacturer : printmaker: Gerrit de Broen (I) (listed building) printmaker Joseph Mulder (listed building) in its design: Joseph Mulder (listed property) writer: Menso Alting (listed object) Place manufacture: Amsterdam Date: 1697 - 1700 and / or 1725 Physical features: etching and engra material: paper Technique: engra (printing process) / etch dimensions: sheet: h 318 mm (Inner plate edge cut) × W 419 mm (Inner plate edge cut) Explanation Makes part of 16 cards of the land of the Batavi and the Friesians first prepared for and recorded in 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 has been Where: apparently to be found in Part 1, p. 337. Subject: maps of separate countries or regions Justitia (justice) as Roman personificationConcordia axis personificationRomeinse Roman period Netherlands Netherlands Friesland Where

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