114 179 DAPPER, OLFERT. Large hand-colored copperplate map of the Holy Land. Joined together from six sheets. 23 x 47.5 inches (58.5 x 120.5 cm). [Laor 233-5.] Amsterdam, 1677. $1500 - $2000 ❧ Holy Land according to tribal portions. Biblical scenes unfold throughout the land. Cartouche in upper left corner displays greater Mesopotamia while the Sinai peninsula is depicted in upper right cartouche. 180 DAPPER, OLFERT. Salomons Tempel. Double-page hand- colored engraving. 10 x 14.5 inches (25.5 x 37 cm). [Laor 1002.] Amsterdam, 1677. $500 - $700 ❧ The Temple is depicted as a fortress, towering over the city walls in the foreground. Eleven sites of note are listed in the key below. A flow of travelers with laden donkeys, oxen and camels converge upon the site, reminiscent of the verse “All nations shall stream to it [the Temple]” (Isaiah 2:2). The city of Jerusalem is visible in the background. 181 DOOR NICK , M A RCUS. Perigrinatie ofte Veertich-Iarige Reyse der Kinderen Israels. Hand- colored copperplate map. 16.5 x 19 inches (42 x 48 cm). [Laor 807.] Dordrecht / Amsterdam, first edition 1702 (or later). $400 - $600 ❧ Derived from the Nicholas Visscher map of 1650. This is a later issue, as Daniel Stoopendaal’s name is absent from the title cartouche. Stoopendaal (1672-1726) was responsible for the elaborate decorative engraved work in the lower quadrant of the map, depicting various scenes from the Book of Exodus including Moses receiving the Tablets of Law, producing water from a rock, the encampments of the Israelites, etc.