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469-Mapa- Original Practice SPAN> LA CORINTHIE, LA SICYONIE, LA PHILIASIE, ET L'ACHALE. Pour le voyage du jeune anacharsis Parbié du Bocage - Juin 1786 Free- voyage- chap.xxxviii In 4th Tome II p 349, in s tome P. 108 PLANCH No. 16 Med:- Frame- 51 x 34 cm SPAN> GRAV. -36 x 17 cm Guaranteed to be over 250 years old. A Map of the Ancient Greek Coast of the Gulf of Corinth, Plate 16 from the 1788 Edition of Barbie Du Bocage's Retrieil of Cartes Geographiques Plans, Vues, ​​et Medailles de L'Aldienne Grece, Relatifs au Voyage du Jene Anacharsis. The Map Depicts the Northern by the regions of Corinthia and Finda, with Adjoining Parts of the Megarid, Argolid, Arcadia, Elis, Aetolia, Locris, and Boeotia. Key Cities and Towns in the Region, Including Corinth, Argos, Sicyon, and Elis Are Illustrated as Walled Enclosures. The Retheil of Cartes Geographiques Plans, Vues, ​​et Medailles de L'Encienne Grece, Reletifs au voyage du Jeune anacharsis was an atlas published by the Paris Booksellers, printmakers, and fundes Jean Denis Barbie du Bocage to Accompuny Jean-Jacques Barthelemy's voyge du Jene Anacharsis en grèce dans le Milieu du Ive siècle. The voyage du Jeune anacharsis was an unusual work. Written as Sort of General Guidebook to the Cities, Customs, and Culture of Classical Greece, It Purporte to Be the Work of the Scythian Philosopher Anacharsis, documenting His Travels in Greece During the 4th Century BC. This Clever Literary Concept Allowed the Real Author, Barthelemy, to Explore the History and Society of Classical Greece in A Manner That Informative, Yet Informal, Aiming to Appeal to a Much Broader Audience Than a Traditional Academic History. Barthelemy was Talented Antiquarian, particularly in regards to the Study of Ancient Numismacs, and Although the Content of His Work Contains Numerous Historical Flaws, The Voyage du Jeune anhacharsis Was a Huge Success, Appearing in numerous editions and reprints. Sadly Barthelemy Received Very Little from His Success, His Aristocrat Background Marking Him As Target for the Revolutionary Government, Who Confiscated Most of His Wealth. Despite His Economic Hardeships, The General Public Continued to Hold Him in High Esteem, and the Demand for Hist Material on Ancient Greece was the main motivation Behind the Publication in 1788 of the Accompricing Atlas To the Voyage. The First Edition of Barbie's Retrayil Contained 31 Places Related to Barthelemy's Text, Including Maps of Cities and Territories, Plans of Battles, Religious Sanctuaries, and Public Spaces, and Illustrations of Temples, Theatres, and Even Coins. Henri-Joseph Godin (1747-1834) was French Painter, Fun, and Printmaker. He Worked on Maps For Number of Atlases, As Wells As Portraits, Architectural Plans, and Antiquan Subjects.

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469-Mapa- Original Practice SPAN> LA CORINTHIE, LA SICYONIE, LA PHILIASIE, ET L'ACHALE. Pour le voyage du jeune anacharsis Parbié du Bocage - Juin 1786 Free- voyage- chap.xxxviii In 4th Tome II p 349, in s tome P. 108 PLANCH No. 16 Med:- Frame- 51 x 34 cm SPAN> GRAV. -36 x 17 cm Guaranteed to be over 250 years old. A Map of the Ancient Greek Coast of the Gulf of Corinth, Plate 16 from the 1788 Edition of Barbie Du Bocage's Retrieil of Cartes Geographiques Plans, Vues, ​​et Medailles de L'Aldienne Grece, Relatifs au Voyage du Jene Anacharsis. The Map Depicts the Northern by the regions of Corinthia and Finda, with Adjoining Parts of the Megarid, Argolid, Arcadia, Elis, Aetolia, Locris, and Boeotia. Key Cities and Towns in the Region, Including Corinth, Argos, Sicyon, and Elis Are Illustrated as Walled Enclosures. The Retheil of Cartes Geographiques Plans, Vues, ​​et Medailles de L'Encienne Grece, Reletifs au voyage du Jeune anacharsis was an atlas published by the Paris Booksellers, printmakers, and fundes Jean Denis Barbie du Bocage to Accompuny Jean-Jacques Barthelemy's voyge du Jene Anacharsis en grèce dans le Milieu du Ive siècle. The voyage du Jeune anacharsis was an unusual work. Written as Sort of General Guidebook to the Cities, Customs, and Culture of Classical Greece, It Purporte to Be the Work of the Scythian Philosopher Anacharsis, documenting His Travels in Greece During the 4th Century BC. This Clever Literary Concept Allowed the Real Author, Barthelemy, to Explore the History and Society of Classical Greece in A Manner That Informative, Yet Informal, Aiming to Appeal to a Much Broader Audience Than a Traditional Academic History. Barthelemy was Talented Antiquarian, particularly in regards to the Study of Ancient Numismacs, and Although the Content of His Work Contains Numerous Historical Flaws, The Voyage du Jeune anhacharsis Was a Huge Success, Appearing in numerous editions and reprints. Sadly Barthelemy Received Very Little from His Success, His Aristocrat Background Marking Him As Target for the Revolutionary Government, Who Confiscated Most of His Wealth. Despite His Economic Hardeships, The General Public Continued to Hold Him in High Esteem, and the Demand for Hist Material on Ancient Greece was the main motivation Behind the Publication in 1788 of the Accompricing Atlas To the Voyage. The First Edition of Barbie's Retrayil Contained 31 Places Related to Barthelemy's Text, Including Maps of Cities and Territories, Plans of Battles, Religious Sanctuaries, and Public Spaces, and Illustrations of Temples, Theatres, and Even Coins. Henri-Joseph Godin (1747-1834) was French Painter, Fun, and Printmaker. He Worked on Maps For Number of Atlases, As Wells As Portraits, Architectural Plans, and Antiquan Subjects.

Return Policy

We accept returns. You can return unopened items in the original packaging within 30 days of your purchase with receipt or proof of purchase. If 30 days or more have passed since your purchase, we cannot offer you a refund or an exchange.

Upon receipt of the returned item, we will fully examine it and notify you via email, within a reasonable period of time, whether you are entitled to a return. If you are entitled to a return, we will refund your purchase price and a credit will automatically be applied to your original method of payment.

Only regular priced items may be refunded. Sale items are non-refundable.

Customer Service

Refunds do not include any shipping and handling charges shown on the packaging slip or invoice. Shipping charges for all returns must be prepaid and insured by you.

You are responsible for any loss or damage to hardware during shipment.

We do not guarantee that we will receive your returned item. Shipping and handling charges are not refundable. Any amounts refunded will not include the cost of shipping.

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