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Apuliae, quae olim Iapygia, nova corographia

New chorography of Puglia, which was once Ἰᾱπῠγῐ́ᾱ
Theatrum Orbis Terrarum
Artist: Abraham Ortelius (active 1527 - 1598) Primary
Date: 1570-1612
16th century - 17th century
Dimensions: 12.25 x 8.75 in. (31.12 x 22.23 cm)
Dimensions Extent: sheet
Object Type: Print
Creation Place: Europe, Belgium, Flanders
Medium and Support: Intaglio on paper
Credit Line: Gift of Carey Mack Weber, 2019.
Accession Number: 2019.11.01
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To learn more about this object, please see the Bibliothèque nationale de France catalog entry .




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prints
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public domain
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historical atlases
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atlases
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