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Number: 3303
Continent: Africa
Region: North
Place Names: Egypt
Year of Origin: 1837
Title: Table Theodosienne dite Carte de Peutinger. (Carte routiere de l'Empire romain reduite au sixieme de la granderu du manuscrit qui existe a la Bibiotheque Imperiale et Royale de Vienne.)
Sub-Title: [upper left margin] Geographie Ancienne; [upper right margin] Pl. 18 et 19
Language: French
Publish Origin: Paris
Height: 25.4
Width: 39.7
Units: centimeters
Size Class.: Medium
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Color Type: No Color
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Cartographer: Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
Engraver: E J Thierry
Publisher: Conrad Malte-Brun
J. J. N. Huot
Other Contributors: Conrad Peutinger
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Notes: This ia a 19th century printed reproduction of the 13th century roman parchment manuscript in the Austian National Library, Vienna; the true original by Agrippa was made in the early first century BC.and revised by unknown authors up to the 5th century AD and other lost copies up to the 13th century AD; the only surviving manuscript was discovered in 1494 by Conrad Celtes and bequeathed to the Peutinger family and others when in1598 the Ortelius heirs printed the first copy prior to final donation to a series of Austian Libraries in the 1700s where it is preserved at present; the full manuscipt covers an intinerary road extending from Europe, to North Africa, and the Middle East, Persia, and Asia
Last updated: Apr 14, 2018