Nuova pianta di Venezia = Neuer plan von Venedig
- Nuova pianta di Venezia = Neuer plan von Venedig
- Title (alt.):
Pianta di Venezia
Venice was an important and powerful republic in Renaissance Italy, having long been a major player in trade and maritime activities. The city was also a melting pot, serving as a trading center between Europe and the Middle East and Asia. Two of Shakespeare's most tormented figures have their stories unfold in Venice. Othello, a Moor and military officer, and Shylock, a Jewish moneylender, both represent the diversity, or "otherness" that was to be found in the real-life city, as well as in Shakespeare's dramas. These two characters were perceived by the Elizabethan theater audience as having distinct morals and values – traits that were based on geographical biases that had roots dating back centuries.
- Tempel, Ernst Wilhelm Leberecht, 1821-1889
- H.F. & M. Münster (Firm)
- H. F. Münster (Firm)
- Name on Item:
Guglielmo Tempel inc. ; lit. Corradini
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
ItalyVeneto (region)Venezia (province)Venice
[H.F. & M. Münster]
Publisher as given on cover of folder; map shows earlier form H.F. Münster.
Relief shown by hachures.
Inset: Lagune Venete = Venedigs Lagunen von den dämmen des Sile bis zur mündung der Etsch.
Includes indexes and notes.
In Italian and German.
- 1 map : color ; 42 x 53 cm, folded in cover 15 x 12 cm
Scale approximately 1:8,800
- Call #:
G6714.V4 1870 .N86
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