File:Atlas Beudeker-C9E10 043 13X-TRAIECTUM ad Mosam Vulgo MAESTRICHT..jpeg

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ex Officina, FREDERICI DE WIT
Author

Author: ex Officina, FREDERICI DE WIT

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creator QS:P170,Q1402952
Title
TRAIECTUM ad Mosam Vulgo MAESTRICHT.
Object type
Nederlands: Kaart
English: Map
Description
Nederlands: Deze kaart van Maastricht werd tegen het einde van de 17de eeuw gepubliceerd door de Amsterdamse uitgever Frederik de Wit (1630-1706). De Wit heeft zich voor deze

plattegrond laten inspireren door de kaart die Joan Blaeu (1596-1673) in 1649 in het tweede deel van zijn stedenboek publiceerde. De Wit heeft er wel zorg voor gedragen dat de uitbreiding van de

vestingwerken die sedertdien aan alle zijden van de stad waren uitgevoerd, op zijn nieuwe kaart zijn aangeduid.
English: This map of Maastricht was published at the end of the 17th century by the Amsterdam publisher Frederik de Wit (1630-1706). De Wit based this plan on a map by

Joan Blaeu (1596-1673) published in the second volume of his Town Books of the Netherlands in 1649. De Wit, however, did alter the map to the current situation: the new expansion of the fortifications

around the city are represented on the map.
Date after 1688
date QS:P571,+1688-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1319,+1688-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium
Nederlands: Kopergravure
Dimensions 41 x 50,5 cm
institution QS:P195,Q23308
Place of creation Amsterdam
Notes C9E10 043_13X
Related persons Frederik de Wit - Joan Blaeu
Depicted locations Netherlands - Maastricht
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Source page at the Geheugen van Nederland / Memory of the Netherlands website

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Catalogue entry: Maps C.9.e.10.


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