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Maps Eclipsis solis ad 25. Julii ao. 1748 in Europa a spectandae nova delineatio, qua praeter quantitatem, tempora incipientis mediae & finientis eclipsis, omnibus locis propria, nova omnino & nunquam edita methodo ostenduntur

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Title
Eclipsis solis ad 25. Julii ao. 1748 in Europa a spectandae nova delineatio, qua praeter quantitatem, tempora incipientis mediae & finientis eclipsis, omnibus locis propria, nova omnino & nunquam edita methodo ostenduntur
Other Title
Eclipsis solis nova delineatio
Nieuwe afbeeldinge der zons verduystering, die op den 25. July 1748 over Europa gezien zal worden, waar in niet alleen de Grootheyd, maar ook de tyd van het begin midden en eynde, voor alle plaatzen, op een geheel nieuwe manier word aangetoond
Nieuwe kaart van Europa na de alderlaatste ondekking / int licht gebracht te Amsterdam by Isaak Tirion
Contributor Names
Houttuyn, M. (Martinus), 1720-
Tirion, Isaak.
Created / Published
[Amsterdam] : [I. Tirion], [1748]
Veneunt Amstelaedami : apud I. Tirion ; Leydae : apud Pb. Bonk ; Hornae : apud C. Kloek, 1748.
Subject Headings
-  Europe--Maps
-  Solar eclipses--1748--Maps--Early works to 1800
-  Europe
Genre
Early maps
Notes
-  Includes text.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Medium
1 map : hand colored ; 27 x 34 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
G5700 1748 .H6
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g5700.ct003800
Library of Congress Control Number
2013593155
Online Format
image
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2013593155
Library of Congress Online Catalog
https://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchCode=STNO&searchArg=2013593155&searchType=1&recCount=10
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MODS Record
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Chicago citation style:

Houttuyn, M, and Isaak Tirion. Eclipsis solis ad 25. Julii ao. 1748 in Europa a spectandae nova delineatio, qua praeter quantitatem, tempora incipientis mediae & finientis eclipsis, omnibus locis propria, nova omnino & nunquam edita methodo ostenduntur. [Amsterdam: I. Tirion, Veneunt Amstelaedami: apud I. Tirion ; Leydae: apud Pb. Bonk ; Hornae: apud C. Kloek, 1748] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2013593155/. (Accessed September 29, 2016.)

APA citation style:

Houttuyn, M. & Tirion, I. (1748) Eclipsis solis ad 25. Julii ao. 1748 in Europa a spectandae nova delineatio, qua praeter quantitatem, tempora incipientis mediae & finientis eclipsis, omnibus locis propria, nova omnino & nunquam edita methodo ostenduntur. [Amsterdam: I. Tirion, Veneunt Amstelaedami: apud I. Tirion ; Leydae: apud Pb. Bonk ; Hornae: apud C. Kloek] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2013593155/.

MLA citation style:

Houttuyn, M, and Isaak Tirion. Eclipsis solis ad 25. Julii ao. 1748 in Europa a spectandae nova delineatio, qua praeter quantitatem, tempora incipientis mediae & finientis eclipsis, omnibus locis propria, nova omnino & nunquam edita methodo ostenduntur. [Amsterdam: I. Tirion, Veneunt Amstelaedami: apud I. Tirion ; Leydae: apud Pb. Bonk ; Hornae: apud C. Kloek, 1748] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/2013593155/>.