Carte De La Terre Saint Divisee Dans Toutes... by Chatelain.  1719

1719 Carte De La Terre Saint Divisee Dans Toutes Ses Parties Selon Le Nombre Des Tribus d’Israel…

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By: Henri Abraham Chatelain

Date: 1719 (Published) Amsterdam

Dimensions: 15 x 19.25 inches (15 x 48.9 cm)

This attractive map of the Holy Land published in Chatelain’s "Atlas Historique et Methodique" is done in a highly detailed fashion and depicts the Holy Land divided according to the territories allotted to the twelve tribes of Israel. The tribes and their territory are delineated with fascinating  topographical information.

The map depicts Israel as surrounded by an unbroken chain of mountains and includes parts of Phoenicia, Syria, Arabia, Edom (modern day Jordan), and Idumee (modern southern Israel including the Negev). The three seas of the region include the Sea of Galilee, the Dead Sea and the southeast region of the Mediterranean. All known cities, towns and settlements and fortifications, and forested and mountainous regions are depicted. River systems are shown in detail.

The map was published in Chatelain’s Atlas Historique, presenting geographic, historic and contemporary accounts and reports, with maps and texts combining to represent the  entire world as it was known at the time. Text in the upper left quadrant contains remarks on the history of the region and  panels of text border the map on either side and along the bottom of the map.

Condition: This map on watermarked paper is in A condition. Minor toning along the top edge.   

Inventory # 11888

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