Triumphal Arch Latachia Syria old print Drummond 1754
Antique copperplate engraving with the old port of Aleppo (Laodicea / Latachia) Syria. Views: 1 The Chameleon 2 A Turkish Musical 3 Grand front of the Triumphal Arch at Latachia 4 Side front of a Triumphal Arch.
Drummond started on his travels, via Harwich and Helvoetsluys, in May 1744, reached Venice in August and Smyrna in December that year, and Cyprus in March 1745. Alexander Drummond author of Travels through the different Countries.
Origin: Travels through different Cities of Germany, Italy, Greece, and several Parts of Asia, as far as the Banks of the Euphrates: In a Series of Letters, London, W. Strahan for the author, MDCCLIV (1754).
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Sheet app.: 9.25 x 14 inches. 24 x 26 cm. Condition: Good, some binding holes visible on the right side border.