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2017-04-25 16:46:53
Silhon, Sieyr, de:
Paris, 1651. Le Ministre D`Estat, avel le veritable usage de la Politique moderne, seconde partie, par le Sieyr de Silhon, hrsg. 1651, OPgmt d. Zt. m. handgeschriebenen Rückentitel, m. Schließbändern, kl 8°, 520 S, m. handgeschr. Eintrag auf Titelbl, Deckel innen u. Vorsätze m. kl. Wurmspur sonst guter Zustand. rare Ausgabe (nur Teil 2) Best.Nr.18802 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 450
Bookseller: Alte Bücherwelt [Perg, Austria]
2017-04-25 13:30:40
Terence
Apud Franciscum Hackium, 1651. Accurante Corn. Schrevelio.Edition faisant partie de la collection dite des "Variorum". Plein vélin armorié. Toutes tranches rouges. Frontispice. Texte frais. 
Bookseller: Librairie Christian Chaboud
2017-04-25 10:59:40
CAPORALI Cesare
Sebatiano Zecchini Perugia 1651. Ril. in piena perg. antica., cm 14x8, pp (5), (5 n.n.) + 359.
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2017-04-24 21:03:36
Gaius Valerius Catullus
Amstelodami : Typis Ludovici Elzevirii : Sumptibus societatis, 1651. - 1651 Catullus Tibullus Propertius Fragmentis Elzevier Classical ROME Latin A 17th-century printing of the life of Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius published by Elzevier. Gaius Valerius Catullus (c. 84 – 54 BC) was a Latin poet of the late Roman Republic who wrote in the neoteric style of poetry. His surviving works are still read widely, and continue to influence poetry and other forms of art. Main author: Gaius Valerius Catullus Title: Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius cum C. Galli fragmentis quae extant. Published: Amstelodami : Typis Ludovici Elzevirii : Sumptibus societatis, 1651. Language: Latin Notes & contents: • Illustrated title page • Red leather binding, Moroccan • Provenance: Ex Museo: Joannis Philippi ~ Jannet FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 260 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Amstelodami : Typis Ludovici Elzevirii : Sumptibus societatis, 1651. Size: ~4in X 2.5in (11.5cm x 6.5cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $350 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [U.S.A.]
2017-04-24 15:53:19
ALBERUS Erasmus
1651 - Versiculus Franciscanorum Franciscus est in coelo. Responsio Quis dubitat de illo? Antiphona. Totus Mundus. Daventriae 1651. Typis Johannis Columbii. (13 x 8 cm), s. 248, frontispis w miedziorycie, opr. brązowa sk. Na wyklejce notatki. Brzegi kart barwione. Stan dobry. Zaplam. i otarcia opr. Grzbiet opr. 6-cio polowy ze złoc. ornamentami i szyldzikiem. Erasmus Alberus (1500 - 1553), niemiecki teolog , reformator i bliski współpracownik Marcina Lutra i Filipa Melanchtona. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antykwariat Wójtowicz
2017-04-24 15:53:19
REVIUS, JACOBUS,
Lugduni Batavorum, P. Leffen, 1651. Klein 4to. (XX)+788 pp. Met houtsnede op de titelp. & enkele in de tekst. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. (Enkele oude bibl. stempels). * Incompleet ex.: pagina's 37 t/m 58 en 65 t/m 70 ontbreken.
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2017-04-24 14:53:25
John Clayton
[24] pp 158 John Clayton's case reports for York Assizes in contemporary sheepskin binding with a double blind fillet to the boards and five compartments to the spine. Some loss to leather near corners and an old paper label with number in ink at the top of the spine. Internally complete as called for, inner hinge broken to rear of book with no rear pastedown. An attractively unsophisticated copy of an uncommon book - no copies online at this time. York assizes appear to have been comparatively under-reported at this time, forming part of the Northern Circuit. Published during the Cromwellian Commonwealth, Clayton makes a point in his Epistle Dedicatory of discussing the benefits of the law to the Commonwealth as greater than 'riches and power', an allusion to the uneasy peace that followed the execution of Charles I a couple of years earlier. Clayton himself was a zealous Parliamentarian who had served as Commander of the Northern Association for the Parliamentary army and distinguished himself at the siege of Hull before becoming MP for Lostwithiel in 1659. Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information about this book.
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2017-04-24 04:05:01
Joannis Janssonius
Amsterdam 1651 - Size : 149x188 (mm), 5.875x7.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books
2017-04-23 20:28:46
Karten. USA. Reprint - Seutter, Matthias
Ediz. P.V, _. 21,5x25 cm. Kolorierte Karte. Unter Passepartout. Reprint der 4. Ausgabe von Seutters Karte, basierend auf Janssons Karte von 1651, Die "Restitutio View" mit einer neuen Ansicht von New York "Neu Jorck sive Neu Amsterdam" ersetzt und den zwei Textzeilen "Sac. Caes. ...", Boston noch unkorrigiert mit Briston angegeben. Unten rechts "Ediz. P.V. - Die Karte ist verziert mit wilden Tieren und einer Szene mit Ureinwohnern, die dem Englischen König George II Tribute entgegenbringen. - (Kleiner Einriss im rechten Rand ausserhalb der Platte).
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [CH]
2017-04-23 17:06:13
Drexel, Hieremias:
Mainz, Heil fur Schönwetter (in Frankfurt), 1651. 4°, circa 23,5 x 20 cm., 56 Bll., 1362 SS., 22 Bll., mit 2 Kupfertiteln. Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung In sich abgeschlossener Band 1 von 2 der grossen Werkausgabe. Der Jesuit Jeremias Drexel (auch Hieremias Drexelius, 1581 - 1638) war ein erfolgreicher Erbauungsschriftsteller der Gegenreformation und wurde 1615 als Hofprediger zum Herzog Maximilian I. nach München berufen. - Hier enthalten: De aeternitate, Tribunal Christi, De coelo, Infernus damnatorum, Zodiacus Christianus, Horologium auxiliaris tutelaris angeli, Trismegistus Christianus, Heliotropium etc. - Hier, bis auf die Kupfertitel nicht illustriert. - Papierbedingt gebräunt oder braunfleckig, Titel mit alten Besitzvermerken. Einband berieben, am Rücken mit kleinen Platzstellen, dennoch recht dekorativ. Unten am Rücken in Goldprägung "ex libris P. Francisci Borovsky". [7 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-04-23 13:33:21
Clausewitz, Carl von
20 x 13 cm. VI, 354 Seiten und 1 mehrfach gefaltete lithographierte Karte. Halbleder der Zeit mit reicher ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung, ornamental geprägten Deckeln und marmoriertem Schnitt. Ecken etwas bestoßen, vereinzelt ein wenig gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, Karte etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig. Erste Ausgabe. Kosch, Biographisches Staatshandbuch, Band. 2 Seite 205: "Clausewitz gilt als Klassiker der preuß. Kriegskunst ... Seine Schriften fanden weltweite Beachtung ...". Borst 1651. ADB IV, S. 285 ff.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Gögler, Einzelunterne
2017-04-23 06:37:53
Aulus Gellius
Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1651. [48], 498p, [122]. 19th century straight grain red morocco with gilt ruled spine and boards. Marbled end papers, gilt foredge and a silk marker. Engraved title. From the Library of Charles Butler wit his MS exlibris. Also from the Library of Edwin Wolf with his initials on the inside front blank and with a notation on the inside rear blank that the book was purchased from the English bookseller Alan Thomas in 1964. The preferred edition according to Willems #1127, Copinger 1821, Schweiger p378; Listed as number 80 in HP Kraus Catalogue #194. A fresh clean copy with only a small mark on the rear cover [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rosenlund Rare Books & Manuscripts [Basking Ridge, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-04-22 19:34:21
Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the bay at Kateros Iraklion, from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the bay at Kateros just east of Candia city/ Iraklion; the bay named after the Byzantine General, Krateros, who in 824 AD landed on the beach with his ships in order to liberate Crete from the Saracens, but was defeated. On the vast bay, there are two settlements, Karteros and Amnisos. Amnisos was Minoan settlement, and the bay was the location of the ports of Knossos. Dark impression, on laid paper, soiling to blank margins; dampstain to right, blank margin.;ink? stain just outside plate at lower blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-22 19:34:21
Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the port of Spinalonga from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the peninsular creating the large port of Spinalonga protected by the island fortress. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:617/419; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Spinalonga port
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2017-04-22 19:34:21
Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/view of the castle of Paleokastro, near Iraklion from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the fortification of the promontory of Paleokastro. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:610/412; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Paleokastro
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2017-04-22 19:34:21
Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the coast at Kali Limenes from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast at Kali Limenes,looking across to the Islands of Mikronisi and Megalonisi. sShips to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; light dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:630/432; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Kali Limenes Caluslimiones Mikronisi Megalonisi
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2017-04-22 19:34:21
Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of theCastle of Mylopotamos from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the castle of Mylopotamos or Roumeli castle, now the seaside village of Panormos west of Rethymnon. Ships to the sea. It is believed that the castle was built on the site of the Roman town Panormos. Until the twentieth century Roumeli Castelli was one of the most important commercial harbours of Crete, serving the entire Mylopotamos province . Dark impression, on laid paper; some light soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the isl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Paleokastro near Sittia from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the fortress of Paleokastro on the rock of Kastri near Sittia; huge fish/monster to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:623/425; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Paleokastro Kastri Sittia
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ mapof the village of Kavousi from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and the village of Kavousi, Kavousi is a historic village in the municipality of Ierapetra; the village is located in the northern foothills of the Thripti mountain range. Dark impression, on laid paper; soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis: 618/420; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Kavousi Cavusi
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the bay & Castle of Leopetro, from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast , the castle of Liopetro,looking back along the coast to Spinalonga. The fort of Liopetro was located in Fatsi position, near the village Hamezi (Sitia province). It is believed to have been built on the site of an older fort, of which the tank survives. Liopetro is built on a steep hill with panoramic views to all sides. Atop of it, there is the scenic chapel of Prophet Elias and the remains of walls, tanks and other buildings. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to left blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the coast at Myrtos from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast at Myrtos; also Boschini indicates the borders of the departments of Sittia and Iraklion either side of the Sarakina or Myrtos gorge. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:628/430; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Myrtos Mirto Sarakina
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the bay & village of Pachia Ammos from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and the village of Pachia Ammos. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to left blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis: 619/421; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Pachia Ammos Pachianamo
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Xerokampos in eastern Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast at Xerokampos in eastern Crete; ship and large fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:625/427; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Xerokampos Xero Cambo
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Matala and the surrounding area, from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and surrounding area at Matala as far as Agia Galini, the area known as Mesaras. Ships and large fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; light dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:632/434; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Matala Mesaras
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the castle of Pediada from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the castle of Pediada now the site of the village of Kastelli Pediados; nothing remains of the fort. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Not described by Zacherakis; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Kastelli Pediados; Pediada Castle
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Ierapetra from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coastand town of Ierapetra, southern Crete;in the background can be seen a ship on the sea on the other side of the island at Pachia Ammos, ship and large fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:627/429; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Ierapetra Gerapetra
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/view of the North coast of Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the coast from the mouth of the river Giofyros to the promentory of Dium , with Paleokastro indicated. Ships to the sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:608/410; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Fraschia Paleokastro
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the coast beach at Cazzaban, Iraklion, from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the beach at Cazzaban/ Cazzapa just east of Candia city/ Iraklion ; it shows the position of the Lazaretto of Iraklion. Dark impression, on laid paper, soiling to blank margins; dampstain to right, blank margin.; offset stain to verso not visible. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis: 612/414; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Cazzabano Cazzapa
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Agia Galini from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the village of Agia Galini at the bottom of the Samaria gorge, seen in the background. Dark impression, on laid paper; soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Not described by Zacherakis; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Agia Galini Galinus Samaria Gorge
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the port of Zakros in eastern Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows th and port of Zakros in eastern Crete. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:624/426; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Zakros Xacro
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the bay & castle Mirabel, Agais Nicolaos from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast , the castle of Mirabel with the lake behind and the port of Agais Nicolaos. Dark impression, on laid paper; dampstain to left blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis: 620/422; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Castle Mirabel Agais Nicolaos
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the castle of Selino from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the castle of Selino , now the village of Paleochora. Dark impression, on laid paper; some soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:637/439; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Selino Paleochora
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the bay & city of Sittia from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the bay and city of Sittia. Ship & large fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; llght soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis: 622/424; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Sittia Settia
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the coast & castle of Apicono from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the castle of Apicorno east of Kalives village. The fort was built there for securing the administrative and military control of the territory, controling the Suda Gulf and protecting the coastline, from where ships supplied with water. Ships and fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; some light soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:600/402; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby' … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/viewof the port of Marathi, Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the port of Marathi on the Akrotiri peninsular at the entrance of Suda bay. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:599/401; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Marathi
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of castle Belvedere from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the fort Castel Belvedere or Kastelos ,built on the isolated hill Kastellos, that was accessible only from its south side, near the villages of Ano and Kato Kastelliana. The castle dominated the western edge of Messara and was built by the Genoese pirate Pescatore between 1206-1210. During building, materials were extracted by the ancient town Priansos, which was built at the same position. The name Belvedere means good view, derived from the stunning views towards all directions. Dark impression, on laid paper; soiling to blank margins; light dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map ofthe coast and mountain Kakón- óros , from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and the rising mount of Kakón- óros, with ships to the sea in front. Pashley mentions that Boschini mistakenly split the name becoming Cacco Noros as pictured here "This winding road is represented in the 29th plate of Marco Boschini's work II Regno tutto di Candia ec ed 1651 In the Italianized title Cacco Noros one almost loses the KaKov Opos of the Greeks This tendency to separate the final n from an adjective or article and prefix it to the following word is general " ["Travels in Crete "vol1 Robert Pashley] Dark impression, on laid paper, soiling to blank margins; dampstain to right, blank margin.;ink? stain just outside plate at lower blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian va … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the coast at Dermatos from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast at Dermatos near Tsoutsouras; the beach is formed in a small valley on the western banks of the river Anapodaris. Traces of a Minoan settlement have been found in the area. Dolphin to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:629/431; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Dermatos Dermato
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Agia Triada, from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and Agia Triada. The archeological site at Agia Triada situated at the western end of the Mesara Plain is famous for yielding many important finds, and more Linear A tablets than any other Minoan archaeological site. The famous finds include the Agia Triada sarcophagus, the Chieftain's Cup, the Boxer Vase, and the Harvester Vase. Dark impression, on laid paper; soiling to blank margins;l ight dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of Koutsouras Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast at Koutsouras; ship and large fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:626/428; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Koutsouras Cuzzura
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the port of Atali from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the castle of port of Atali, now called Bali. Bali is built on the site of the ancient city Astali, which was the port of Axos. Astali is linked to the city the legendary giant of Crete, Talos, stopped during his journey. Thus, the mountains south of the village are called Talean Mountains, after Talos. During the Venetian Era, this name was paraphrased to Atali, a name that is still live in the nearby monastery of Atalis. The present name is derived from Turks. Balli in Turkish means "honey" and the area was named so because of the many beehives. According to other beliefs, the fishing village was name Bali after the Turkish word ballik, which means fish Dark impression, on laid paper; some light soiling to blank margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertoo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the port of Tigani, Heronissos , from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the coast and the ancient port of Heronissos. During the Venetian occupation , the place was called Puerto Tigani, and gave shelter to many ships during the Middle Ages, before entering a slow but steady decline, which ultimately reduced the city to a handful of houses. The decline was mainly due to the activity of pirates, Saracens and others who with their attacks and looting forced the inhabitants to seek shelter on the slopes of the surrounding mountains. On the horizon is named the peninsular of Santa Zorzi and in the foreground the settlement of Zabagnana. there is also a large ship on the horizon. Dark impression, on laid paper. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottom … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the beach at Tsoutsouras from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the beach at Tsoutsouras; ship and fish to sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; light dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:631/433; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Tsoutsouras Zuzzero
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/view of Agia Pelagia, Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the bays at Agia Pelagia, on the coast north west of Iraklion, ships and a large fish/monster to the sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:608/410; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Agia Pelagia
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved view of the castle Koules of Iraklion from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the Venetian castle called Rocca ai Mare ,guarding the port of Iraklion Dark impression, on laid paper; waterstain to right blank margin & lower edge ; tear to lower blank margin [repaired]. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Not described by Zacherakis:; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Iraklion Candia
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved birdseye view/ map of the port of Loutro from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia "single page; verso blank. The view/ map shows the port of Loutro with ships to the sea. Dark impression, on laid paper; soiling to blank margins; light dampstain to edge of right blank margin. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:634/436; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Loutro
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/viewof the island fort of Agias Thodoroi Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the islands position of the North coast of Crete with ships on the horizon In 1583 the Venetians built two small fortresses on Agios Theodoros in part to prevent pirates from using the islands and in part to defend the coast of Crete. The Island is now a reserve for Kri Kri. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:595/397; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/viewof the island fort of Agias Thodoroi Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the island and the Venetian fort with ships on the horizon and a large fish to the sea.. In 1583 the Venetians built two small fortresses on Agios Theodoros in part to prevent pirates from using the islands and in part to defend the coast of Crete. The Island is now a reserve for Kri Kri. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:595/397; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blac … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/view of the bay and fort of Suda, Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The birdseye view shows the bay of Suda with the island fort protecting the entrance. At the rear of the port are marked the "salines" or salt flats. Strategically important since ancient times Suda bay was fortified by the Venetians to protect it from pirates and the Ottoman fleet; today it is the home of a NATO naval base . Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:598/400; Blackmer /Nava … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Boschini, Marco
Greece: Venice "Marco Boschini Venetiano, al Serinissima Principe E Regal Collegio di Venetia" 1651. Black & white copper engraved map/viewof the gulf of Kissamos in North West Crete from Marco Boschini's "Il tutti di Regno di Candia" single page; verso blank. The map/view shows the Gulf of Kissamos, showing the position of the Venetian castle, with a ship on the horizon. Dark impression, on laid paper; light soiling to outer margins. Marco Boschini, [1613-78] Venetian painter and engraver, published two important works regarding Greece. " Il regno tutto di Candia" in 1651. (1st & only edition). Boschini started work on the survey of Crete in 1645, the year in which the Turks invaded the island. In his dedication to the work he mentions a large map of the island dated 1645 [of which only 2 copies are recorded] there is no copy of the complete work known of this date. Boschini published the work in 1651, when the city of Candia [Iraklion] had been in a state of siege for 4 years ( it was to last 22 years): he undertook the work to illustrate the Venetian valour in the face of the Ottoman attack on Crete "L'Archipelago." an isolario of the Greek Islands in 1658. The outlines of the Islands in the "L'Archipelago" recall those of Bartelemeo dalli Sonnetti, whose "Isolario" Venice. 1485 was the first appearance of the islands in printed form. Zacherakis:594/396; Blackmer /Navari:171; Blackmer/Sotheby's:37. Greece Crete Kissamos Chissamo
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