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An accurate map of the Holy Land [cartographic material] : divided into the XII tribesof Israel. Accomodated to sacred history & describing the travels of Jesus Christ / by Eman. Bowen
Bib ID 3550278
Format MapMap
Author
Bowen, Emanuel, -1767
 
Description [London : Printed for William Innys and Joseph Richardson ... [et al.], 1752] 
1 map. 
Notes

Map of Israel with relief shown pictorially.

Prime meridian: London.

Plate 37 from: A complete atlas, or, Distinct view of the known world / by Emanuel Bowen. London : Printed for William Innys and Joseph Richardson ... [et al.], 1752.

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Tooley, 74.

Other authors/contributors Bowen, Emanuel, -1767. A complete atlas, or, Distinct view of the known world

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