2 edition of Angliæ metropolis found in the catalog.
Thomas De Laune
|Other titles||The present state of London.|
|Statement||with memorials comprehending a full and succinct account of the ancient and modern state thereof ... / First written by ... Tho. Delavne, gent. and continued to this present year by a careful hand.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(10), 444 p., plates :|
|Number of Pages||444|
|LC Control Number||23003410|
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Thomas De Laune's Angliae Metropolis(), John Entick's New and Accurate History and Survey of London(), William Maitland's History of London from Its Foundation to the Present Time(), Henry Chamberlain's Compleat History and Survey of London(), John Noorthouck's New. Poster Civitates Orbis Terrarum is one of the great world atlases and one of the first books to present the chief cities of the world graphically.
The first volume, from which these images are taken, was published in Cologne in and Angliæ metropolis book sixth and final volume was published in Author: Georg Braun, Franz Hogenberg, USC Thomas Cooper Library.
Londinium Feracissmi Angliae Regni Metropolis. Author BRAUN, Georg and Franz HOGENBERG Publication place Cologne, Publication date . Dimensions by mm ( by inches). Price SOLD Reference LONDINI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS 71 This map of London, Westminster and Southwark was issued in Peter Van der Aa's "La Galerie Agreable du Monde: Grande Bretagne et Irlande" (Vol.
I, Plate 8). It is a later edition of a map first published in Amsterdam byJoannes de Ram at the end of the 17th Century. > Online Gallery Home > Online exhibitions > Crace Collection of Maps of London > LONDINI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS 70 LONDINI ANGLIAE REGNI METROPOLIS 70 Publisher: Feuille, Jacques de la.
Londinium feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis. Sold for £ 1, (US$ 1,) inc. premium Printed Books and Maps.
25 SepBST Oxford BRAUN (GEORG) and FRANZ HOGENBERG Londinium feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis, later issue, uncoloured. Angliae metropolis, or, The present state of London, with memorials comprehending a full and succinct account of the ancient and modern state thereof by Thomas De Laune First published in 1 edition.
Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg: Londinium Feracissmi Angliae Regni Metropolis. Published in Braun & Hogenberg's book Civitates Orbis Terrarum,London is depicted in bird's-eye View from the south looking north Above the plan is the title in Latin flanked by the royal and the City of London's arms.
All images: Daniel Crouch Rare Books. Londinum, feracissimi Angliae regni metropolis, hand-coloured double-page engraved bird's-eye view, inset descriptive texts and labels, 4 figures in contemporary dress, ships and barges in the Thames, decorative cartouche, Tudor royal arms and arms of the City of London, Latin text on verso [Howego 2], x mm., [Cologne, ].
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Londini Angliae Regni Metropolis, circa 7. Londinvm Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis, 8. New Map of Dulwich and Sydenham by Kelly and Co., circa 9. Greenwood’s Map of London, northern Southwark.
Angliae metropolis, or, The present state of London, with memorials comprehending a full and succinct account of the ancient and modern state thereof: its original government, rights, liberties, charters, trade, customs, priviledges, and other remarkables, & c. Braun & Hogenberg's Civitates Orbis Terrarum or "Cities of the World" was published between and Within the six volumes, towns and cities were depicted on plates, providing the reader with the pleasures of travel without the attendant discomforts.
Londinum feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. First published in Civitates Orbis Terrarum, c Hand-coloured. Latin text to verso. The earliest town plan of London, this map uses a view perhaps unique to maps, a flat-plane city strangely angled to show the major buildings, though with no regard to perspective.
londinum feracissimi angliae regni metropolis. COLOGNE, , X MM., DOUBLE-PAGE ENGRAVED PERSPECTIVE PLAN OF THE CITY, FRENCH TEXT ON VERSO, CONTEMPORARY HAND COLOUR Estimate 2, — 3, London.
Braun (Georg & Frans Hogenberg). Londinum Feracissimi Angliae Regni Metropolis, [ or later], engraved map of London, with contemporary hand colouring, heavily oxidised, slight staining, some cracking and splitting to image causing slight loss, occasional marginal repaired closed tears, x mm, German text on verso (Qty: 1) NOTES.
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See also the list of stage coaches and waggons at the end of the book, entitled Angliae Metropolis, John Cresset's Reasons for suppressing Stage Coaches, These reason. were afterwards inserted in a tract, entitled "The Grand Concern of England explained, " Cresset's attack on stage coaches called forth some answers which I have.
This derivative of Braun & Hogenberg's map of London was published in Belle Forest's 'La Cosmographie universelle de tout le monde'. The map's title features at the top of the plate, flanked by Tudor and city arms. londinum feracissimi angliae regni metropolis. Birds-eye plan of London with decorative title cartouche, two large coats of arms, two tables of explanations, and four figures in the foreground.
19th century re-etching of the famous Braun & Hogenberg plan, engraved by the Typographic Etching Society and published by. Londini Angliae Regni Metropolis Delineatio Accuratissima Autore F. De Witt Cum Privilegio London the leading city of England drawn with accuracy by F.
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Dimensions. Height: 50 cm, Width. A very desirable and early plan of London, shown from the Tower to Westminster, with the City already built-up and a ribbon development westwards along the Strand.
On the south bank bull and bear-baiting rings are rare intermediate state with Westmester changed to Westmunster and the Royal Exchange not the greatest publication in this. Old map downloads Londini Angliae Regni Metropolis, circa The Dutch cartographer Jacob de la Feuille first published this 'novissima & accuratissima' (new and accurate) map of 'Angliae Regni Metropolis' (England's capital city) in Amsterdam in METROPOLIS - Dir FRITZ LANGCast: BRIGITTE HELMSUECIA - XCmXINCHES-1 SH.- ON LINENPOSTER and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Londinvm feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis.
Catalog Record Only Scale not given. Bird's-eye-view. Place names in English. From Braun and Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum. Differs from other edition in typeface and layout of verso text. Includes 2 texts in Latin, 2 coats of arms, and illus. of human figures. Text in Latin on verso.
The Lord Mayor of London and Court Of Aldermen in the 17th century, frontispiece from De Laune's Angliae Metropolis, From the book Short History of the English People by J.R.
Green, published London This image is no longer for sale. It has previously been bought for a multiple re-use license which is still valid. Hoefnagel - Londinum Feracissimi Angliæ Regni Metropolis Norden → Maps of Old London — Hoefnagel - Londinum Feracissimi Angliæ Regni Metropolis Geraldine Edith Mitton.
Londini Angliæ Regni Metropolis, This gorgeous map of London celebrates William and Mary’s ascent to the English throne after the Glorious Revolution.
Portraits of the new Dutch monarchs are included on the map, as well as a view of London shortly after the fire. Obtain Metropolis book. → REGISTER FOR FREE ← After register, you can access the whole variety of books unlimited. There are hundreds of books on Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels book as well as in the other categories.
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20 Much earlier Strabo had noted it as Duricorta, the populous metropolis of the Remi and the seat of Roman governors, while in the fourth century it was the metropolis of a province and seat of an imperial treasury. Economic History Review, LV, 1 (), pp.
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Londinum, feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. “The first surviving printed map of the whole of London and Westminster” (Whitfield). Moreover, it was the very first plan to appear in the Civitatis Orbis Terrarum, the earliest atlas of city plans and views ever published.
Braun, Georg; Hogenberg, Franz Londinum feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. First published in Civitates Orbis Terrarum, c Hand-coloured. Latin text to verso. The earliest town plan of London, this map uses a view perhaps unique to maps, a flat-plane city strangely angled to show the major buildings, though with no regard to perspective.
BRAUN, Georg () and Franz HOGENBERG (). Londinium feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. [Cologne: or slightly later]. Double-page engraved map by Hoefnagel, coloured in a contemporary hand and heightened in white, Latin text on verso (short repaired tear at bottom margin), x mm.
Londinum, feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. 13 x 19 inches. Early color, refreshed; marginal mend upper left, else excellent condition. “The first surviving printed map of the whole of London and Westminster” (Whitfield).
Moreover, it was the very first plan to appear in the Civitatis Orbis Terrarum, the earliest atlas of city plans and views ever published. Metropolis is a wonderful city, high above the ground its towers stand.
The people prosper, the economy is flourishing, the suspended streets are busy. But Metropolis also has a great secret, so hidden that not even Freder Fredersen, son of founder John Fredersen knows about it. He is spending his free time in the Eternal Gardens, when suddenly.
(A). A prelate who has suffragan bishops subject to him. The two metropolitans of England are the two archbishops, and the two of Ireland the archbishops of Armagh and Dublin.
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