Template:Braunschweig Lüneburg (Merian)

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Author

Martin Zeiler

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Illustrator
Matthäus Merian  (1593–1650) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q57968 s:de:Matthäus Merian
Matthäus Merian
Alternative names Matthäus Merian der Ältere; Matthaeus Merian; Matthias Merian
Description Swiss copperplate engraver and publisher
Date of birth/death 22 September 1593 19 June 1650
Location of birth/death Basel Bad Schwalbach
Work location Switzerland (Zurich, Basel), France (Nancy, Paris), Netherlands, Germany (Strasbourg, Augsburg, Stuttgart, Oppenheim,Frankfurt)
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Title Topographia und Eigentliche Beschreibung Der Vornembsten Stäte, Schlösser auch anderer Plätze und Örter in denen Hertzogthümer[n] Braunschweig und Lüneburg, und denen dazu gehörende[n] Grafschafften Herrschafften und Landen
Volume

15

Edition

1

Year of publication

1654/1658

Place of publication

Frankfurt

Language

German

Source

Digitalisat der HAB Wolfenbüttel

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