La Gaule Romaine Lous Gratien divisee en 17 Provinces - 1850
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This hand colored antique French map, drawn by Victor Adam, was originally published around 1850. In English, this map's title is roughly translated to: Roman Gaul of Lous Gratien Divided into 17 provinces. It shows the modern nations of France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, and Spain. French text at bottom gives details and provides a key to the color coding. It was published in the Universite de France's Atlas Universel Historique et Geographique. It is in good antique condition with moderate toning, foxing, burn from engraving on opposite page, and rough edges at bottom border. This map measures approximately 13.5 x 10.25 inches.
Antique Hand Colored Map
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