The Eastern Front of Solomon’s Temple [and] A Draught of the Outside of the Ark of Noah [and] A Prospect…of the Holiest of Holies
Three images reflecting historical aspects of Christianity and Judaism.
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This detailed print was issued in an edition of Philip Cluver’s Introductio in Universam Geographiam that was published in London by John Nicholson in 1711. As such, an English translation of the original Latin text has been provided. It’s useful in describing the contents of the three-part image.
The upper view shows King Solomon’s temple, supported by large ramparts. The lower half is divided between a diagram outlining the construction of Noah’s Ark and the interior of Solomon’s Temple – the Holiest of Holies in which the Ark of the Covenant, barely visible in the background, was kept.
Publication Date: 1711
Author: Phillip Cluver
Sheet Width (in): 11
Sheet Height (in): 13.25
Condition Description: Uneven right (binding) edge of the sheet, which has been reinforced with old paper, but remains trimmed at the bottom. The left side shows moderate discoloration and wear, most notable in the center of the page.
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