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Memorie istoriografiche delli regni della Morea e Negroponte e luoghi adiacenti /
descritte ... dal P. Mro. Moro, min. conu. nel laboratorio del P.M. Coronelli, cosmografo della Sereniss. Republica di Venezia.

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Main Author: Coronelli, Vincenzo, 1650-1718.
Related Names: Moro, Giovanni Battista 17th cent.
Language(s): Italian
Published: [Venice : Coronelli],
Subjects: Venice (Italy) > Venice (Italy) / History > Venice (Italy) / History / 1508-1797 > Venice (Italy) / History / 1508-1797 / Early works to 1800.
Thessalonikē (Greece) > Thessalonikē (Greece) / Description and travel > Thessalonikē (Greece) / Description and travel / Early works to 1800.
Euboea Island (Greece) > Euboea Island (Greece) / Description and travel > Euboea Island (Greece) / Description and travel / Early works to 1800.
Peloponnesus (Greece : Peninsula) > Peloponnesus (Greece : Peninsula) / Description and travel > Peloponnesus (Greece : Peninsula) / Description and travel / Early works to 1800.
Greece > Greece / Historical geography > Greece / Historical geography / Maps.
Greece > Greece / Historical geography > Greece / Historical geography / Early works to 1800.
Etchings > Etchings / Italy > Etchings / Italy / 17th century.
Note: Engraved half title, p. [1]. Plate [1] is folded map (image 42.5 x 72.5 cm.) with title: Disegno idrografico de littorali della Morea et adiacenze. Etched t.p., p. [3]. Etched arms of Massimiliano Guglielmo, duca di Brunsuich, Luneburgo, &c., generale dell'Armi Venete, to whom the work is dedicated (plate [2]). Of the remaining 34 plates, all but the last 2 are double page, tipped onto stubs at the centerfold. Most are bird's-eye views or plans of fortified places, with a few battle scenes. Additional in-text etchings. Initials.
Physical Description: [92] p., [36] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill., maps ; 38 cm. (fol.)
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