Map of Jerusalem, 66-73 AD

A wonderful map of Jerusalem based on the account of the general and historian Josephus. This map shows what the city looked like during the Roman siege and would have been the same during Jesus’ life.The temple, as the highest point in the city, dominates the map as it would in real life. Overall, the image is a bit over 16” by 13”. The color and condition are excellent. It is unframed at present. Titled Ierusalem niewlicks uyt de Chrift en Iosephus, this map was made by Johannes Heinrich CoccejusThis map is Dutch and would have been printed around 1722.

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