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Map of Cairo showing Mohammedan Monuments.
Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Mi...
Map of Cairo showing Mo...
1951
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Author Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah.
Full Title Map of Cairo showing Mohammedan Monuments.
List No 10482.000
Note "This exceedingly high-quality map depicts ‘Old Cairo’, the parts of the city that were founded during medieval times, located on the highlands above the ‘newer’ neighbourhoods along the Nile. It was created by the Survey of Egypt, then one of the most professional mapping agencies in the World, predicated upon the synergy of the most authoritative topographical and urban mapping combined with the latest archaeological surveys. Cairo was the greatest centre of culture, learning and commerce during the ‘Islamic Golden age’. Commencing in the early 20th Century professional archaeologists as well as art and architectural historians became interested in scientifically recording Cairo’s sensational Islamic buildings and monuments. The map employs colours to denote sites built across the city during the eras of the three great Islamic empires that controlled Cairo prior to the arrival of the Ottomans in 1517: the ‘Fatimid and Pre-Fatimid Monuments’ (909 - 1171), shaded in Red; the ‘Aiyubid [Ayyubid] Monuments’ (1171 - 1260), shaded in Green; and the ‘Mameluke Monuments’ (1260 - 1517), shaded in Blue. These mosques, palaces, madrassas, and fortifications appear amidst the otherwise buff-coloured city which generally consisted of buildings built during the subsequent Ottoman and British Protectorate periods. The map shows that many of the greatest edifices from the periods of the three great Islamic empires have survived, although only traces of the vast Fatimid Place can be found amongst the foundations of newer buildings. Each of the historical sites is named in Gothic script and features a corresponding numeral which refers to that which appears upon the plaques affixed to each building by the civic authorities. The two insets on the left-hand side showcase sites in areas outside of the city proper. We understand that the first edition the map was issued in 1924, while an Arabic language version was published in 1948. The present revised, official edition was issued in 1950-1, while several facsimile (unofficial) versions have been issued since then. The Survey of Egypt followed the initial production of the present issue of the map with a small booklet, Index to Mohammedan monuments appearing on the special 1:5000 scale maps of Cairo (Cairo, 1951), that is not present here, but seems to have been issued with the latter-releases of the map. Cairo during the ‘Islamic Golden Age’ Cairo was traditionally the largest and most culturally and economically important city in the Islamic world. The Muslim conquest of Byzantine Egypt occurred between 639 and 646 AD. While the Cairo area has been settled for thousands of years, with the key Ancient Egyptian cities of Giza and Memphis located nearby, the city proper was not founded until 969, when it became the principal city, and sometimes capital, of the Fatimid Caliphate, a Shia Muslim empire which controlled much of North Africa, the Levant and Hejaz between 909 and 1171. Cairo rapidly rose to become a centre of great wealth, at the nexus of global trade routes as well as home to some of the world’s foremost centres of education and the arts. Befitting tis importance, great monuments of Islamic architecture were built across the city. The Al-Azhar Madrassa (no. 97 on the map), which later grew into a university, was founded in 970-2 and today remains the world’s most prestigious institute of Islamic learning. The map notes some Islamic monuments made before 969, as the pre-Cairo rural landscape featured some small mosques, houses and fortifications. The Fatimids were replaced by the Ayyubid Dynasty (1171 - 1260), a regime of Kurdish origin, founded by the legendary conqueror Saladin, whereupon Cairo remained the prosperous centre of an empire spanning much of the Middle East. The Mamelukes were an elite class of soldier-bureaucrats descended from former Christian slaves. In 1250, they took over Egypt, the Levant and Hejaz, forming the Mameluke Sultanate, with its capital in Cairo. It was during the early part of their regime that Cairo reached its zenith as the principal centre of the Islamic Golden Age. The epicentre of a global trading network that spanned from India to Spain, Cairo far surpassed all European cities in wealth and cultural sophistication, and many exquisite works of architecture were built to reflect this glorious state. The Mameluke Sultanate was conquered by the Ottomans in 1517 and Cairo ceased to be an imperial capital. However, while technically subject to the Sublime Porte, Egypt maintained a high degree of autonomy and was the wealthiest and most prosperous part of the Ottoman Empire; Cairo remained a highly important centre. Fortunately, as the repent map reveals, the survival rate of Cairo’s great works of Islamic architecture from the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mameluke periods is impressively high, and many sites can be visited today. References: OCLC: 17543226." (Alexander Johnson, 2020)
The Road from Earth to Heaven. W. J. Dittmar.
Dittmar, W. J.
The Road from Earth to ...
1932
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Author Dittmar, W. J.
Full Title The Road from Earth to Heaven. W. J. Dittmar.
List No 13172.000
Note Pictorial map in black and orange brown tone by W. J. Dittmar, An illustrator of Ragtime music sheets in the early 20th century. First published in 1932 in black and white for the Union Gospel Press. Depicts road through life which is portrayed as a theme park: people arriving at the entrance (lower left) in buses, cars or on foot (on in the case of the Speed Mad in the wreckage of a car) with the ultimate destination being the plane trip from Heaven's Station to Eternity With The Lord. Most of the arrivals are sucked up in the glittering Pit or the inviting entrance "Do the Best You Can. An Easy Way." Many of those traveling further find themselves dumped into the River of Failures by stops at "Friendly Card Game" and the "Social Glass" or loitering at the "Mutual Admiration Society" to mention just a couple of the trials along the way.
Cover. Title Page.
San Shintaro
Cover. Title Page.
1728
[Religious Atlas, Natio...
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Cover. Title Page
List No 10267.001
Momijiyama omiya (Momijiyama) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
San Shintaro
Momijiyama omiya (Momij...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Momijiyama omiya (Momijiyama) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
List No 10267.002
Momijiyama omiya (Momijiyama) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Momijiyama omiya (Momij...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Momijiyama omiya (Momijiyama) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) (opaque)
List No 10267.003
Taitokuin-sama gobutsuden gobyo (Mausoleum for Taitokuin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
San Shintaro
Taitokuin-sama gobutsud...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Taitokuin-sama gobutsuden gobyo (Mausoleum for Taitokuin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
List No 10267.004
Taitokuin-sama gobutsuden gobyo (Mausoleum for Taitokuin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Taitokuin-sama gobutsud...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Taitokuin-sama gobutsuden gobyo (Mausoleum for Taitokuin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
List No 10267.005
Hyakunin bansho (Hyakunin bansho guardhouse) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
San Shintaro
Hyakunin bansho (Hyakun...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Hyakunin bansho (Hyakunin bansho guardhouse) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
List No 10267.006
Hyakunin bansho (Hyakunin bansho guardhouse) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Hyakunin bansho (Hyakun...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Hyakunin bansho (Hyakunin bansho guardhouse) (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) (opaque)
List No 10267.007
Arbre Geographique
Cretineau-Joly, Jacques
Arbre Geographique
1762
Timeline
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Author Cretineau-Joly, Jacques
Full Title Arbre Geographique, contenant Les Etablissements des Jesuites par toute la Terre et la Nombre des Sujets qui composen cette Societe, Tire d'un Catalogue envoye de Rome en 1762 ... Historire le la Companie de Jesus, par J. Cretineau Joly. Lith. Che. Villain, Paris.
List No 13025.000
Note Broadside Geographical Tree, first published in 1762. This is a later issue in 1844. This pictorial map depicts a geographical tree containing Jesuit institutions throughout the earth listed in a catalog sent to Rome in 1762. With explanation of the government of the Jesuits which is divided into 5 "Assistancea", which include 39 provinces, 24 Professional Houses, 669 colleges, 61 novitiates, 176 seminars, 335 residences, 223 missions, 22,787 Jesuits, 11,010 of whom are priests. Includes text and 2 statistical tables.
Chart of the Inhabited World.
Woodbridge, William C.;...
Chart of the Inhabited ...
1821
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Author [Woodbridge, William C., Willard, Emma]
Full Title Chart of the Inhabited World, Exhibiting the prevailing Religion, form of Government, degree of Civilization & Population of each Country.
List No 12497.004
Palaestina.
Trietsch, Davis
Palaestina.
1926
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Author Trietsch, Davis
Full Title Palaestina.
List No 12137.004
Note Foldout. Palestine's Jewish population.
(Cosmological Diagram - The World of Mortals.)
(Jain Culture)
(Cosmological Diagram -...
1850
[Fabric Map, Manuscript...
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Author (Jain Culture)
Full Title (Cosmological Diagram - The World of Mortals.)
List No 12047.000
Note Date estimated. From a description of a similar Jain painting at the Johnson Museum at Cornell University: "This large painting consists of a map-like rendering of the middle world, one of three worlds that comprise the Jain universe. Located between the celestial realm and the lower world of the damned, this middle world is where mortals and all sentient beings live and is the place from which liberation becomes possible. The composition takes the form of a series of concentric circles representing continents and oceans. In the center lies the continent of Jambudvipa, location of India and Mount Meru, surrounded by two oceans and two-and-a-half more continents. The oceans are filled with various aquatic creatures, while the continents contain humans, animals, rivers, and land features, including the five cosmic mountains, shown along the horizontal axis of the painting as yellow disks with pairs of multicolored, arch-like forms. Enshrined Jinas occupy the vertical axis of the continents and also appear in the four corners of the painting." Our Jain map is similar, it also depicts Jambudvipa with the region of Mahavideha, bounded north and south by mountain ranges with Mount Meru at its center and "elephant tusk" shaped mountains encompassing the regions of Uttarakuru to the north and Devakuru to the south. At the lower part of the map is the bow-shaped region of Bharata, representing India itself. For the Cornell painting, see http://museum.cornell.edu/collections/asian-pacific/south-asia/jain-cosmological-diagram-world-mortals
Epitome of Ecclesiastical History. By David J. Rowland, Late Minister of the First Church in Windsor, Connecticut.
Rowland, David J.
Epitome of Ecclesiastic...
1806
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Author Rowland, David J.
Full Title Epitome of Ecclesiastical History. By David J. Rowland, Late Minister of the First Church in Windsor, Connecticut.
List No 9392.000
Note Perhaps the earliest American timeline. Uses a stream metaphor, time and events flowing toward the bottom. Middle Ages shows the "dark shades of error" as the truths of Christianity became obscured. Lots of historical text including key events and descriptions of various Christian sects.
Geographie des Hebreux.
Brue, Adrien Hubert, 17...
Geographie des Hebreux.
1821
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Author Brue, Adrien Hubert, 1786-1832
Full Title Geographie des Hebreux ou tableau de la dispersion des enfans de noe et des principaux peuples dont ils sont la souche par A. Brue, Geographe du Roi. (with) Pays de Canaan avant l'arrivee des Israelites. Paris, 1821. Chez l'Auteur, rue des Macons-Sorbonne, no. 9, et chez les principaux marchands de geographie.
List No 0096.001
Note Hand colored engraved map. Relief shown by hachures.
Palestine sous la domination romaine.
Brue, Adrien Hubert, 17...
Palestine sous la domin...
1828
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Author Brue, Adrien Hubert, 1786-1832
Full Title Carte de la Palestine sous la domination romaine, dressee par A. Brue, Geographe du Roi, d'apres les observations astronomiques et les voyages le plus recente. (with) Les douze tribus. Paris, 1828. Chez l'Auteur, rue des Macons-Sorbonne, no. 9, et chez les principaux marchands de cartes geographiques. L'Eau-forte des montagnes par E.P. Michel.
List No 0096.005
Note Hand colored engraved map. Relief shown by hachures. Includes descriptive note.
Duodecim Tribus Israelis ... 1825.
Delamarche, Felix
Duodecim Tribus Israeli...
1825
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Author Delamarche, Felix
Full Title Duodecim Tribus Israelis ... 1825.
List No 0231.025
Places Recorded in the Five Books of Moses.
Finley, Anthony
Places Recorded in the ...
1831
[Classical Atlas, World...
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Author Finley, Anthony
Full Title The Places Recorded in the Five Books of Moses. Thackara Sculpt. Published by A. Finley Philada. 1827. (with) Two inset maps: Canaan Aram & c. and The Eastern Countries as mentioned by Moses.
List No 0285.069
Note Each map in full color with the main map detailing the route of Moses in the desert after the flight from Egypt.
The Land Of Moriah Or Jerusalem and the Adjacent Country.
Finley, Anthony
The Land Of Moriah Or J...
1831
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Author Finley, Anthony
Full Title The Land Of Moriah Or Jerusalem and the Adjacent Country. H.S. Tanner. Published by A. Finley Philada. 1827.
List No 0285.070
Note Full color map of Jerusalem showing the area including Bethlehem, Gibeon, and Mount Calvary. A key explains the places of note and Biblical passages are included next to significant landmarks.
St. Francis Church, Naugatuck.
Caughey, R.; D.H. Hurd ...
St. Francis Church, Nau...
1893
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Author Caughey, R.
Full Title St. Francis Church and Rectory, Naugatuck, Conn. (Drawn by) Caughey. (D.H. Hurd & Co., Boston. 1893)
List No 0332.040
Note Illustration, b&w showing buildings, carriage, human figures, etc. Inset: View looking from the south.
St. Rose's Church, Meriden.
Caughey, R.; D.H. Hurd ...
St. Rose's Church, Meri...
1893
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Author Caughey, R.
Full Title St. Rose's Church, parochial residence, convent and schools, Meriden, Conn. (Drawn by R.) Caughey. (D.H. Hurd & Co., Boston. 1893)
List No 0332.050
Note Illustration, b&w showing buildings, carriage, etc. Includes inset.
Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Conn.
Poole, A. F.; D.H. Hurd...
Church of the Assumptio...
1893
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Author Poole, A. F.
Full Title Church of the Assumption, B.V.M., Ansonia, Conn. Rev. Joseph Synnott, rector. (Drawn by) Bert Poole. (Copyright 1893 by D.H. Hurd & Co., Boston).
List No 0332.058
Note Illustration, b&w showing church buildings, carriage, human figures, etc. Includes inset of (earlier?) buildings.
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Waterbury.
Caughey, R.; D.H. Hurd ...
Church of the Immaculat...
1893
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Author Caughey, R.
Full Title Church of the Immaculate Conception, schools, convents and library building, Waterbury, Conn. (Drawn by R.) Caughey. (Copyright 1893 by D.H. Hurd & Co., Boston).
List No 0332.062
Note Illustration, b&w showing church and pastoral residence. Includes 4 insets: St. Mary's School -- Notre Dame Convent -- St. Mary's Convent -- St. Patrick Hall.
Distribution of Man According to the Prevailing Forms of Religious Belief.
Johnston, A. Keith
Distribution of Man Acc...
1852
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Author Johnston, A. Keith
Full Title Moral & Statistical Chart, Showing the Distribution of Man According to the Prevailing Forms of Religious Belief & the Proportional Number of Each Creed in the Principal States of the Globe.
List No 0370.026
Religious belief.
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Religious belief.
1854
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Author Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871
Full Title Moral & statistical chart showing the geographical distribution of man according to religious belief, with the principal Protestant mission stations in the middle of the 19th century. By A. Keith Johnston, F.R.S.E. Engraved & printed in colours by W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London. 1st May, 1854. (1856)
List No 0372.035
Note Col. lithographed map. Inset maps: Distribution of man in Europe according to language. Scale [ca. 1:17,000,000] -- Mission stations of India. Scale [ca. 1:20,500,000] -- Prevailing forms of religion in Europe. Scale [ca. 1:17,000,000] -- Mission stations of British Nth. America -- Missions stations of South Africa. Includes statistical charts of population by religion and school enrollment. "Phytology & zoology no. 11."
Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe.
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Moral and Statistical C...
1856
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Author Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871
Full Title Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe.
List No 0372CQ
Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Moral and Statistical C...
1856
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Author Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871
Full Title Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
List No 0372CR
Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Moral and Statistical C...
1856
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Author Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871
Full Title Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
List No 0372CS
Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
Johnston, Alexander Kei...
Moral and Statistical C...
1856
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Author Johnston, Alexander Keith, 1804-1871
Full Title Moral and Statistical Chart of the Globe. (continued)
List No 0372CT
12 tribus d'Israel.
Delamarche, Charles Fra...
12 tribus d'Israel.
1800
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Author Delamarche, Charles Francois
Full Title Carte des 12 tribus d'Israel. A Paris, chez Delamarche, Geog., avec priv. (ca. 1800)
List No 0421.027
Note Engraved map. Outline hand coloring. Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridian: Ferro.
Regions, lieux dans le Nouveau Testament.
Delamarche, Charles Fra...
Regions, lieux dans le ...
1800
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Author Delamarche, Charles Francois
Full Title Carte des regions et des lieux dont il est parle dans le Nouveau Testament. (with) Plan de Jerusalem du tems le N.S.J.Ch. (with) Judee sous Herode le Grand et sous ses 3 fils Archelaus, Herode Antipas et Philippe. A Paris, chez Delamarche, Geogr., ca. 1800)
List No 0421.028
Note Engraved map with 2 insets. Outline hand coloring. Prime meridian: Ferro.
Palestine, Israelites.
Mitchell, Samuel August...
Palestine, Israelites.
1880
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Author Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title Palestine under the judges and kings with the distribution of the twelve tribes. The routes of the Israelites from Egypt through the desert, Canaan at the time of the conquest. (with) Environs of Jerusalem. (with) Mountains of Sinai. (By S. Augustus Mitchell. 1880)
List No 0586.073
Note Two hand colored maps with 2 insets. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, routes, rivers, etc. Includes key to the twelve tribes and to battlefields. "Copyright secured."
Adobe church--Zuni.
Powell, John Wesley, 18...
Adobe church--Zuni.
1895
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Full Title Adobe church--Zuni. (1895)
List No 0740.008
Note Uncolored view.
(i) Geographia Sacra.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(i) Geographia Sacra.
1598
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Author [Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title Geographia Sacra. Ex Conatibus geographicis Abrahami Ortelij, Cum priuilegio Imp. Regis, et Cancellari�� Brabanti��, ad decennium. mdxcviii.
List No 10001.335
Note Part of the Parergon.
(ii) Palestinae
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(ii) Palestinae
1608
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Author [Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title Palestinae Sive Totius Terrae Promissionis Nova Descriptio Auctore Tilemanno Stella Sigenensi. Cum privilegio.
List No 10001.337
Note Part of the Parergon. Prior to 1595, the earlier version of this map (Van den Broecke 171) appeared in the Theatrum.
(iii) Typus Chorographicus.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(iii) Typus Chorographi...
1586
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Author [Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title Typus Chorographicus, Celebrium Locorum In Regno Iudae Et Israhel. arte factus �� Tilemanno Stella Sigenensi. Privilegio Imperiali, et Belgico, ad decennium. Abrahamus Ortelius in hanc formam minorem redigebat. Anno M.D.LXXXVI.
List No 10001.339
Note Part of the Parergon.
(iiii) Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicus
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(iiii) Peregrinationis ...
1579
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Author [Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicus. In quo et novi testamenti, in primis autem apostolorum historiae, a Sancto Luca descriptae, omnia fere loca geographica, oculis inspicienda, exhibentur. Cum privilegio Imp. et Regiae Maiestatis. Abraham Ortelius describebat 1579.
List No 10001.342
Note Part of the Parergon.
(v) Abrahami Patriarchae Peregrinatio, Et Vita.
Ortelius, Abraham, 1527...
(v) Abrahami Patriarcha...
1586
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Author [Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598, Vrients, Jan Baptista]
Full Title Abrahami Patriarchae Peregrinatio, Et Vita. Abrahamo Ortelio Antverpiano auctore. Privilegio Imperiali, Regno, et Belgico decennali. 1586.
List No 10001.344
Note Part of the Parergon.
Religions.
Andree, Richard; Times ...
Religions.
1895
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Full Title Religions of the World. (with) Distribution of Europeans. (with) Distribution of Chinese. (with) Distribution of Negroes. (Published at the office of "The Times," London, 1895)
List No 1010.006
Note Three color maps with 3 ancillary maps. Shows Protestant and Roman Catholic mission stations and 5 religious groupings: Christian, Mohammedan, Buddhist, Brahman and Heathen.
Isothermal, winds; Religions Europe.
Andree, Richard; Times ...
Isothermal, winds; Reli...
1895
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Full Title Isothermal and winds chart of the World. Religions of Europe. (Published at the office of "The Times," London, 1895)
List No 1010.007
Note Two color maps.
Chokugakumon (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
San Shintaro
Chokugakumon (inside Zo...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Chokugakumon (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
List No 10267.008
Chokugakumon (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Chokugakumon (inside Zo...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Chokugakumon (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
List No 10267.009
Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Taiyuin) (inside Rinnoji temple (Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture))
San Shintaro
Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Taiyuin) (inside Rinnoji temple (Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture))
List No 10267.010
Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Taiyuin) (inside Rinnoji temple (Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Taiyuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Taiyuin) (inside Rinnoji temple (Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture)) (opaque)
List No 10267.011
Gen’yuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Gen’yuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo))
San Shintaro
Gen’yuin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Gen’yuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Gen’yuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo))
List No 10267.012
Gen’yuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Gen’yuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Gen’yuin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Gen’yuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Gen’yuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
List No 10267.013
Jotokuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Jotokuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo))
San Shintaro
Jotokuin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Jotokuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Jotokuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo))
List No 10267.014
Jotokuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Jotokuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Jotokuin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Jotokuin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Jotokuin) (inside Kan’eiji temple (Taito-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
List No 10267.015
Bunshoin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Bunshoin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
San Shintaro
Bunshoin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Bunshoin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Bunshoin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo))
List No 10267.016
Bunshoin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Bunshoin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
San Shintaro
Bunshoin-sama gobutsude...
1728
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Author San Shintaro
Full Title Bunshoin-sama gobutsuden (Mausoleum for Bunshoin) (inside Zojoji temple (Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo)) (opaque)
List No 10267.017
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