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  • Civitates orbis terrarvm.

    "Privilegium Caesareae maiestatis, which occurs in each volume generally on the reverse of the title page, refers to Francis Hogenberg as the author's collaborator."--Phillips. Colophon of v. 1: Coloniae Agrippinae, apud Petrum à Brachel, sumptibus auctorum. Colophon of v. 6: Colonię Agrippinę, Antonius Hierat & Abrahamus Hoghenberg. Collaborators and artists whose works these maps were based on include George and Jacob Hoefnagel, Simon Novellanus, ...

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg - Hogenberg, Franz - Brachel, P. Von - Hierat, Anton - Hogenberg, Abraham - Novellanus, Simon - Hoefnagel, Joris - Hoefnagel, Jacob - Deventer, Jacob Van - Rantzau, Henrik
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1612

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  • Damascvs : vrbs nobilissima ad Libanum montem, totius Sÿria metropolis / Catalog Record Only

    Relief shown Pictorially. Facsimile of 1575? to 1620. LC copy annotated: "This is number [3] of an edition limited to 500 copies". Bird's-eye view of Damascus city of Syria, "The Noble populated capital of of Mount Lebanon." [Appeared in Braum, George and Franz Hogenburg. Civitates orbis terrarum, Cologne: Pieter von Brachel?, ca. 1620, v.2, plate 55.] Includes illustrations

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg - Hogenberg, Frans - Historic Urban Plans (Firm)
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1575
  • Alexandria : vetustissimum Aegÿpti emporium, Amplissima civitas, ab Alexandro Magno condita, muris, turrib. et propugnaculis ea forma, qua heic depicta videtur, ante Christi adventum, Annis CCCXX constructa fuit, magnifica olim, et nunc ... Catalog Record Only

    Relief shown Pictorially. "Reproduced in 1967 by Historic Urban Plans, Ithaca, New York." LC copy: "This is number [4] of an edition limited to 500 copies." Birds-eye view of Alexandria city in Egypt, the oldest market, the largest city, founded by Alexander the Great in 320 B.C. ..., North is oriented to the South, drawn in such a manner that the viewer can look ...

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1575
  • Cantvarbvry. Catalog Record Only

    Perspective map not drawn to scale. Facsimile. Bird's-eye view. "Reproduced ... from an engraving in the collection of Richard A. Smith, Ithaca, New York." "This is number 29 of an edition limited to 500 copies." From Braun and Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum. AACR2

    • Contributor: [Braun, Georg] - Hogenberg, Abraham - Braun, Georg - Historic Urban Plans (Firm)
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1971
  • Cairus, quae olim Babylon; Aegypti maxima urbs. Catalog Record Only

    Bird's-eye view shows Cairo, Egypt largest city, after it was conquered by the Ottoman Empire (1516-1517). Added to the view figures in local dress, and other details. A reproduction from: Braun, Georg's "Civitates orbis terrarum." LC copy accompanied by a text: "translation of a German description of Cairo from a volume published by Braun and Hagenburg, probably at Nuremburg, about the year 1574 ....".

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg - Hogenburg, Frans (Franciscus)
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1574
  • Cantebrigia, opulentissimi Anglię Regni, vrbs celeberrimi nominis, ab Academię conditore Cantabro, cognominata: A Granta, fluuio vicino, Cairgrant; saxonib, Grauntecestre, et Grantebrige, iam olim nuncupata. Catalog Record Only

    Perspective map not drawn to scale. Facsimile. Relief shown pictorially. Indexed for points of interest. AACR2

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1974
  • Londinvm feracissimi Angliae Regni metropolis. Catalog Record Only

    Scale not given. Alternate title: London, 1572, by Braun and Hogenberg. Facsimile. Has watermark. Bird's-eye-view. Place names in English. "The Topographic Etching Co., ph. sc." Reproduced from Braun and Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum. Includes 2 texts in Latin, 2 coats of arms, and illus. of human figures. AACR2

    • Contributor: Braun, Georg
    • Original Format: Maps
    • Date: 1882