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An early 17th century image of Greek dress
George Sandys.

London: William Barrett, 1617. A copper-engraving of a Greek woman's clothing, published when Greece was part of the Ottoman Empire. The text notes that Greek woman 'for the most part are browne of complexion, but exceedingly well-favour, and excessively amourous
SAND1006
£40.00

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The route from Jerusalem to Bethlehem
George Sandys.

London: William Barrett, 1617. A copper-engraved diagramatic road map, orientated with north to the left, with a 21-point key of important places, including 'The ruins of Davids Tower' and 'The Monasterie of Elias', continuing on the reverse.
SAND1001
£100.00

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Prospect of the Desert of St John the Baptist
George Sandys.

London: William Barrett, 1617. A copper-engraved view of the Desert of St John the Baptist, with the cave he inhabited and a ruined monastery.
SAND1004
£60.00

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Town plan of Jerusalem at the beginning of the 17th century
George Sandys.

London: William Barrett, 1617. A copper-engraved townplan of contemporary Jerusalem , orientated with north to the right, with a 37-point key. The accompanying text describes Sandys' visit to the city in 1611.
SAND1002
£140.00

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Prospect of the Dardanelles at the beginning of the 17th century
George Sandys.

London: William Barrett, 1617. A copper-engraved view of the Dardanelles, separating Europe from Asia. The accompanying text describes Sandys' voyage from Constantinople through the strait to Palestine in 1611. He tells how the Turkish forts here held all Christian ships for three days to ensure they were legitimate.
SAND1003
£100.00

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