Florentibus Carthageniniensium Old map Africa Heeren 1824
Title: Africa, Florentibus Carthageniniensium Aegiptiorum et Aethiopum rebus.
Welcome to our collection of exquisite antique maps featuring a captivating piece titled "Africa, Florentibus Carthageniniensium Aegiptiorum et Aethiopum rebus" from 1824.
This 19th-century map, a gem from the renowned work "Ideën over de staatkunde, onderlinge verkeering en den handel van de voornaamste volken der oudheid – Part 4: Volken van Afrika" by HEEREN A.H.L. & SEIFFEN DORN G., provides a unique glimpse into the historical landscapes of North Africa.
Handcrafted with precision, this copperplate-engraved map boasts exquisite hand coloring that adds a touch of artistry to its historical significance. Delve into the rich history of Cartenhage (Tunisia), ancient Egypt along the Nile River, and the expansive territories reaching into Ethiopia.
The map is thoughtfully divided into periods such as the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom, offering a comprehensive view of North African history. Marvel at the intricate details of mountains, ancient town names, and kingdoms, meticulously captured to showcase the evolution of the region. This antique map is not just a geographical representation; it's a journey through time, revealing the cultural and political landscapes of bygone eras.
The map's dimensions are approximately: Sheet: 42 x 26.5 cm (16.5 x 10.5 inches) Image: 37 x 21 cm (14.5 x 8 inches) In remarkably good condition, this attractive historical map invites you to own a piece of North African history.