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This is a remarkable example of Jan Jansson's 1657 mapping of France or Gaul in antiquity. Cartographically this map exhibits heavy influence from a very similar map of the same name published by A. Ortelius in his 1597 Parergon . Based on Greek and Roman sources including Pliny, Strabo, Virgil, Ceasar, and others. A decorative title cartouche depicting curious winged women with exceptionally long necks (harpies?) appears in the lower left quadrant. This remarkable map was published in volume six, the Orbis Antiquus , of Jan Jansson's Novus Atlas .
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