"Ducatus Brabantiae Nova Tabula in qua Lovanii Bruxellarum March S. Impreii Sylvae Ducis et Merchliniae Dominia…", Homann, Johann Baptist
Period: 1716 (published)
Publication: Grosser Atlas
Color: Hand Color
19 x 22.8 inches
48.3 x 57.9 cm
This fully engraved copperplate map covers Flanders and the border with The Netherlands. Centered on the large fortress of Louvain, site of the first university in the Low Countries. Also delineated are the walled and fortified cities of Antwerp, Brussels, Niville, Mechelen, Sandvliet, Breda, Megen, Eyndhoven, Tilmont and more. Very decorative figurative title cartouche with coat of arms, soldiers and putti. An attractive map of the important medieval Duchy of Brabant.
Faint foxing in margins, still fine.