1707 Agri Parisiensis. Tabula particularis, qua maxima Pars Insulæ Franciæ, seu Regiæ celeberrimæque Parisiorum Urbic vicinia Regio in suas Castellanias accurate divisa exhibetur a Ioh. Bapt. Homanno
By: Johann Baptist Homann
Date: 1707 (published) Nürnberg
Dimensions: 21.5 x 18.7 inches (54.5 x 47.5 cm)
This map of the environs of Paris extend from Mantes in the northwest, past Pontoise to Chantilly and Senlis in the northeast; down to Melun and Fontainebleau in the southeast; and over to Epernon and Gallardon in the southwest. Included is Versailles with the palace grounds larger in extent than the built-up area of Paris indicated.
Condition: Some annotations are apparent within the map and along the right margin (likely from the 18th or 19th century). A soft rolled fold runs the width of the map.
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