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1. Mesopotamia cum parte Babyloniæ

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1690. Bochart, Samuel, 1599-1667. [Samuel Bochart]. Relief shown pictorially. Latitudinal and longitudinal lines. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian. Shows topo... [publisher not identified],.

3. Belegering van Jerusalem, door Nebucadnezar

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1730. Calmet, Augustin, 1672-1757. [Augustin Calmet]. Relief shown pictorially. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian. Features illustrations of structures and peop... [publisher not identified],.

4. Tabula Asiae IIII

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1540. Sebastian Münster. This is a historical map of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East from Cyprus to Babylonia, created around 1540. Heinrich Petri.

5. Mesopotamiæ Assyriæ et Babyloniæ tabula

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1720. Weigel, Christoph, 1654-1725. per C. Weigel. Relief shown pictorially. Longitudinal lines. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian. Shows topography, drainage, b... [Christophoro Weigelio],.

6. Prise de Jerusalem par Nabuchodonosor

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-585. Martin, I. B. I.B. Martin. I. Relief shown pictorially. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian. Shows topography, settlements, soldiers; shows J... [publisher not identified],.

7. Tabula Asiae IIII

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1540. Münster, Sebastian, 1489-1552. Relief shown pictorially. Latin text and p. number on verso: Quarta Asiae tabula ... 20. Shows the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East from C... [Basel, Switzerland : Heinrich Petri, 1540].

8. Tabvla Asiae V

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1500. Münster, Sebastian, 1489-1552 and Petri, Heinrich, 1508-1579. Early Ptolemaic map showing Persia between Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea. From the Latin 1571 edition of Strabo's Geographia, with maps by Sebastian... [Heinrich Petri],.