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  • "The Expedition of Hannibal General of the Carthaginians..." Christopher Browne c.1725

Maps Classical Geography Hannibal Mediterranean Carthaginians Livy Nepos Browne 1725 Antique Print


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Map Classical Geography "The Exhibition of Hannibal General of the Carthaginians according to Livy & Cornelius Nepos" Christopher Browne c.1725

(includes Gaul, Spain, Africa, Italy, Sicily)

Antique copper-plate engraving on laid paper with original hand colouring, for Christopher Browne's folio "The Geography of the Antients sofar as describ'd as is contained in the Greek and Latin Claffics (Classics) in The Maps of the Old World and its several Kingdoms and Provinces..."  printed London 1725, "A Collection long wanted, and now Publish'd for the Use of Schools"

Condition = Excellent with no grime, foxing mold, tears. Printed on Laid paper folded in middle preparing it for binding.

Size of Page= 26.5 x 18cm / Size of Plate mark = 16.2 x 23.2cm

Hannibal was a Punic Carthaginian military commander, generally considered one of the greatest military commanders in history. Hannibal was known for leading the Carthaginian army and a team of elephants across southern Europe and the Alps Mountains against Rome in the Second Punic War. 

Christopher Browne, map maker/print-seller flourished between 1688 -1712, having taken over the print-selling business of Robert Walton on his death. It had been Walton's apprentice in 1683. Browne  may have come from a family of minor gentry. He seems to have done well in business, having two shops at the height of his career from which he retired to live the life of a gentleman. In retirement he grew vines and corresponded with the founder of the British Museum, Sir Hans Sloane.

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