Cartouche, circa 1689, Peloponnesus hodie Morea Deo favente, et Victoriosiss: Sereniss:ae Reipublicae Venetae armis plurimé Christianitati subacta, et hac causa de novo in lucem edita per Nicolaum Visscher Amst: Bat: cum Privil: Ordin: General: Belgii Foe

Collection: Map Cartouche Collection

Parent Map: Peloponnesus hodie Morea Deo favente, et Victoriosiss: Sereniss:ae Reipublicae Venetae armis plurimé Christianitati subacta, et hac causa de novo in lucem edita per Nicolaum Visscher Amst: Bat: cum Privil: Ordin: General: Belgii Foederati.

Title: Cartouche, circa 1689, Peloponnesus hodie Morea Deo favente, et Victoriosiss: Sereniss:ae Reipublicae Venetae armis plurimé Christianitati subacta, et hac causa de novo in lucem edita per Nicolaum Visscher Amst: Bat: cum Privil: Ordin: General: Belgii Foederati.

Date Produced: circa 1689

Date Published: circa 1689

Language: Latin

Description: Title cartouche features a lion with a sword and document standing over three dead soldiers and a gorgon. A shield beside the defeated soldiers has a crescent symbol. The domes and bell tower of Venice's Saint Mark's Basilica are in the background.

Cartouche Elements: Animals , Lions , Weapons , War , Anthropomorphism , Figures , Men , Gorgons , Symbolism , Churches , Buildings

Subjects: Gorgons (Greek mythology) · Basilica di San Marco (Venice, Italy) · Campanile di San Marco (Venice, Italy) · Church buildings · Animals · Lions · Weapons · War · Anthropomorphism · Symbolism

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