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Campania Pars Orientalis, from De Nola Opusculum, Distinctum, Plenum, Clarum, Doctum, Pulcrum, Verum, Graue, Varium & Utile

Artist:
Girolamo Mocetto (Italian, ca. 1470–1531)
Author:
Ambrosius Leo (died 1525)
Publisher:
Published by Johannes Rubeus, Vercellensis , Venice
Date:
1514
Medium:
Engraving
Dimensions:
Sheet: 7 7/8 × 11 in. (20 × 28 cm)
Classification:
Prints
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1920
Accession Number:
20.62(1)
Not on view
Bound in Ambrosius Leo's De Nola Opsculum, Distinctum, Plenu, Clarum, Doctum, Pulcrum, Verum, Graue, Varium & Utile.
Marking: On verso at left center: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sir Henry Hope Edwardes; George Dunn (British, 1865–1912); Vendor: through Junius Spencer Morgan, Paris
Adam L-479; Hind.469.15-19; Brunet.III.982; Mortimer Italian 255; Sander 3914; B.XXV.68.72; Hind, p. 65; Hind V.159-171.
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