(After). Jerusalem (Ierusalem et Suburbia Eius).
<<A fascinating, large town plan of Jerusalem drawn as a pictorial map. >> Contains sites and scenes of varying Biblical and Second Commonwealth periods. An astonishing two hundred and fifty captions identify various places or events mentioned by Biblical and historical sources. For more on Adrichom’s celebrated map, which the present lot is based off, see https://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/article/ancient-jerusalem-map-jesus.