Essential PLANISTER "Domini est terra et plennudo orbis terrarum et universi qui habitant in eo". Box from a sacred geography card (the places known by the Bible) by Abramo Ortelio, a famous Flemish geographer. The four places in Asia, Africa and the Americas are suggested, where it is assumed that the mythical port of Ophir mentioned in the Old Testament is located, from which it is said that every three years Solomon received a load of gold, silver, sandalwood, precious stones , Ivory, monkeys and peacocks. Flanders about 1610

Belgio

title: OPHIR LOCATION IN THE ESSENTIAL PLANNING

subject date: 2017-05-09

caption: Essential PLANISTER "Domini est terra et plennudo orbis terrarum et universi qui habitant in eo". Box from a sacred geography card (the places known by the Bible) by Abramo Ortelio, a famous Flemish geographer. The four places in Asia, Africa and the Americas are suggested, where it is assumed that the mythical port of Ophir mentioned in the Old Testament is located, from which it is said that every three years Solomon received a load of gold, silver, sandalwood, precious stones , Ivory, monkeys and peacocks. Flanders about 1610

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continent: Mondo intero

image century : XVII

image epoch: Barocco

subject century: X a.C.

subject epoch: Antico Testamento

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Abraham OertelAbraham OrteliusAbraham OrtelsAbraham OrthelliusAbrahamus OrteliusAbramo OrtelioAfricacartographyexplorationsEthiopiamapRed SeaWorldOfirOphirplanispherewealthtributeshipping

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