Ancient Mexico

by Emanuel Bowen


Date of first edition:  1764

Date of this map: 1764

Dimensions (not including margins): 32,5 x 21 cm

Condition: Very good. Strong paper and wide margins .

Condition rating: A

Verso: blanc



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Interpretation of pre-Spanish days

A very attractive and detailed vie of the ancient Aztec city of Mexico (Tenochtitlan) set within its lake and with numerous, rather European looking buildings. A numbered gazetteer beneath the panorama identifies nine locations and major buildings.

Emanuel Bowen (1694 – May 8, 1767) was a Welsh map engraver, who achieved the unique distinction of becoming Royal Mapmaker to both to King George II of England and Louis XV of France!

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