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Map of Marlborough's route through Belgium
Map of MarlboroughJohann Baptist Homann.
Arena Martis in Belgio, qua Provinciæ X. Catholicæ Ingerioris Germaniæ.
Nuremberg, c.1706. 495 x 570mm. Original colour. A large and decorative map of Belgium during the War of the Spanish Succession. The progress of the English army under John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, through the low countries is marked by a series of towns marked in red as 'Englische Besatzung' ('occupied by the English'). Antwerp has yet to fall, dating the map to pre-1706. A vignette lower right has a prospect of Luttich / Leige.



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