New map of Rome showing its ancient and present situation
|Creator:||Browne, Christopher, fl. 1684-1712, creator|
By Christopher Browne at the Globe near the west end of St. Pauls
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I. Harris, sculp.
Bar scales in 500 paces containing half an Italian mile and 528 paces being half an English mile.
No. 20 of 69 maps bound together in composite atlas.
Oriented with north towards left.
Plan view Rome, Italy with relief shown pictorially.
Insets: The ruins of yamphitheater Vespatian -- St Peters church &y Popes pallace -- Trajans Pillar -- The Sepulcher of Caijus Cestus.
Scale not given.
47 x 48 cm. on sheet 52 x 61.2 cm.
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