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Limite inferieure des Neiges perpetuelles a differentes Latitudes

From: Atlas geographique et physique des regions equinoxiales du nouveau continent, fonde sur des observations astronomiques, des mesures trigonometriques et des nivellemens barometriques

Limite inferieure des Neiges perpetuelles a differentes Latitudes

From: Atlas geographique et physique des regions equinoxiales du nouveau continent, fonde sur des observations astronomiques, des mesures trigonometriques et des nivellemens barometriques

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Creator: Friesen, F
Other Creator: Humboldt, Alexander von, 1769-1859
Date: 1808
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At foot: Dessine par F. Friesen a Berlin 1808. / Grave par Bouquet et l'Ecriture par L. Aubert pere.
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Comparative elevations across mountain ranges in South America, Mexico, Europe.
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2 l.
maps, hand-col.
56 x 76 cm.
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Object ID: 2030912
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