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Map of Jerusalem with German Text and 15th Century Art

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Map of Jerusalem with German Text and 15th Century Art

This map of Jerusalem features a depiction of the city by Michael Wohlgemut at the bottom and has German text at the top written by Hartmann Schedel.

Material Paper
Dimensions 34x44cm
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Map of Jerusalem with German Text and 15th Century Art

This detailed map of Jerusalem is a replica of a wood cut image of Jerusalem from the 15th Century and depicts the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem. The top of the image features German text that was originally written by German cartographer and doctor. The image includes details such as the road of the holy city, walls, roads and parts of the holy city on fire. This item is perfect gift for the lover of ancient images of Jerusalem!,

The map in this poster was drawn and painted by Michael Wohlgemut in 1493. The text was written by Hartmann Schedel, a 14th and 15th Century doctor and cartographer. The text appeared originally in a work called The Nurnberg Chronicle.

This item comes with a booklet published by the Israel Museum that contains historical information about the map.

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