Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis

Collection: Osher Map Library Sheet Map Collection

Title: Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis

Title Translation: Jerusalem as (For the Most Part) it was in the Age of Solomon.

Barcode: 12537

Creator: Fuller*, Thomas

Dedicatee: Sandwich, Edward Montagu, Earl of, 1625-1672

Region Depicted: Palestine · Israel · Holy Land

Date Produced: 1665

Date Published: 1665

Language: Latin

Subjects: Palestine · Israel · Maps--Early works to 1800

Map Type: Historical, Views, Urban

Dimensions: 28 x 36 cm.

Material Type: Paper

Notes: Later copy of a view published in 1650 in Thomas Fuller's "A Pisgah-Sight of Palestine". The view in the publication is uncolored. Fuller dedicated the view to Edward Montagu, 1st Earl of Sandwich. View depicts what Jerusalem would have looked like during the reign of King Solomon. Dates are between 1650 and 1665.

Brief Description: Illustrated, colored map of Jerusalem as it wouldhave looked during the reign on King Solomon. Dedicated to Edward Montagu, 1st Earl of Sandwich.

Physical Description: 1 view: illustrated, colored

Theme: The Holy Land

Associated Map Imagery: Royal Crest, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis, Crucifix, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis, Dragon Well, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis, Animals in Courtyard, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis, Conduits, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis, Piscina Bethasda, 1665, Jerusalem qualis (ut plurimum) extitit aetate Solomonis

Permanent URL: https://oshermaps.org/map/12537.0001