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ROME 1829

ROME 1829
ROME 1829

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A fine reproduction map of a plan of the city of Rome, Indicating all of the Antiquities and New Decorations.

The views are of both Roman ruins such as the Pantheon of Agrippa, Trajan’s Column, and the Colosseum (called here “Anfiteatro di Flavio”), and important city buildings such as St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, the Campidoglio, and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. The central map shows streets, plazas, significant buildings, and landmarks, with a key in the lower-left indicating some major monuments. A compass is drawn in the lower right. Beside it is a list of 14 neighborhoods of Rome, along with the map’s publication information.

YEAR: 1829
CARTOGRAPHER : Venanzio Monaldini

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We specialise in the reprint of unique Old Maps & Vintage Illustrations from the 17th to 19th centuries. Our products are mounted on linen by hand, a technique that has been used in cartography for many years. Maps are folded and fitted into a special marbled slipcase.