File:Atlas Beudeker-C9E10 061 19X-St. STEVENS-WAERT, GEFORTIFICEERT IN TIAER 1633.jpeg

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Author
Publisher: C.J. Visscher excudbat
Title
St. STEVENS-WAERT, GEFORTIFICEERT IN TIAER 1633
Object type
Nederlands: Kaart
English: Map
Description
Nederlands: Deze kaart van het fort Stevensweert langs de Maas werd in 1633 gepubliceerd door Claes Jansz. Visscher (1587-1652). Voor deze kaart greep Visscher terug op een

formule die hij wel vaker toepastte. Bovenaan een gedetailleerde situatiekaart van het fort, daaronder een overzichtskaart van de Maas van Roermond tot Luik die de kaartgebruiker in staat stelde om het fort op de landkaart

te lokaliseren.
English: This map of the fortress Stevensweert along the Meuse was published in 1633 by Claes Jansz. Visscher (1587-1652). Visscher used his usual formula for the lay-out

of the map. Top of the map is a detailed situation map of the fortress, below a general map of the Meuse from Roermond to Liège providing the user with information to be able to locate the fortress on the

map.
Medium
Nederlands: Kopergravure
Dimensions 48 x 42,5 cm
institution QS:P195,Q23308
Place of creation Amsterdam
Notes C9E10 061_19X
Related persons Claes Jansz. Visscher
Depicted locations Netherlands - Belgium - Roermond - Liège - Meuse - Stevensweert
Source/Photographer

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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