You are here:Home » Antique Map Reproductions » Maps of Europe » 1711 Senex Italy
All "Canvas" and "Canvas for Gallery Wrap" artwork is printed exclusively on 100% premium cotton canvas using HP archival inks. Combined with a patented non-toxic coating, every Giclee is water-proof and UV protected. This means any of our prints can be framed without glass. Find more information here.
1711 Senex Italy
[SEN-0756]

by Maps of Europe



Bookmark and Share
Total Price: $59.00 Quantity:
Size:
Product description:

 

"Italia Nova"

Published by John Senex, 1711

After the fall of the Roman Empire, Italy was a geographic region of divided cities and states rather than a political entity, with boundaries determined by the sea and neighboring France, Switzerland and Germany.

This reproduction of the hand-colored, copperplate engraving "Italia Nova" was published in London in 1711 by John Senex, geographer to Queen Anne. Senex was a prolific publisher who had been elected to the Royal Society five years before this map was published.