File:AMH-4806-KB The orphanage at Batavia.jpg

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Creator:Weduwe van Jacob van Meurs

Nederlands: Weduwe van Jacob van Meurs (landmeter / kaartenmaker)
English: Weduwe van Jacob van Meurs (land surveyor / mapmaker)
Title
Nederlands: Het weeshuis te Batavia
English: The orphanage at Batavia
Description
Nederlands: Het weeshuis te Batavia.

Links op de voorgrond spelen jongens badminton.

Rechts ontvangt een jongetje een aalmoes.

Rechtsboven: 205.

De prent uit de Atlas Van Stolk, inv. nr top 1038 en Koninklijke Bibliotheek, inv. nr. 388 A 9 deel II, na p. 204 is zwart-wit, de prent uit de Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Atlas van der Hagen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag Deel 4, inv. nr. 1049B13_0260) is ingekleurd.
English: The orphanage at Batavia.

In the foreground left, boys play badminton.

To the right a boy receives alms.

Top right: 205.

The print in the Atlas Van Stolk, inv. nr top 1038 and Koninklijke Bibliotheek, inv. nr. 388 A 9 part II, after p. 204 is in black and white, while the print from the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Atlas van der Hagen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague Part 4, inv. nr. 1049B13_0260) has been coloured in.
Date 1682
Medium
Nederlands: koperdruk op papier
English: copperplate printing on paper
Dimensions Height: 36 cm (14.1 in); Width: 30 cm (11.8 in)
Accession number
1049B13_026
Inscriptions 't Wees Huys op Batavia
Notes
English: Subjects: fauna, European, Person, survey / view, orphanage, building, banderole / cartouche / ornamentation, Asians & Africans
Nederlands: Onderwerpen: fauna, Europeanen, Persoon, overzicht / aanzicht, weeshuis, gebouw, banderol / cartouche / versiering, Aziaten & Afrikanen
English: Post: this image is related to a VOC trading post called Jakarta
Source/Photographer
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ATLAS OF MUTUAL HERITAGE
This is an image from the Atlas of Mutual Heritage and the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, the Dutch National Library.

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Object location6° 07′ 54.35″ S, 106° 48′ 43.48″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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