Topographia Galliae

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Engraved title page of first volume, Topographia Galliae, 1655

Topographia Galliae (1655–1661) is a German-language series of illustrated books created by engraver Matthäus Merian and writer Martin Zeiler, and published in Frankfurt. It describes cities and towns in 17th-century France.[1][2] Wenceslaus Hollar also contributed engravings.[3]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ Universal Cyclopaedia. 8. D. Appleton & Co. 1909. 
  2. ^ Jacques Charles Brunet (1844), "Histoire de France (23133)", Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres [Catalogue for Booksellers and Bibliophiles] (in French), 5 (4th ed.), Paris: Firmin Didot frères 
  3. ^ Catalogue of Rare and Valuable Books on the Fine Arts (279), Bernard Quaritch, 1909, Zeilleri Topographia Galliae 
  4. ^ Johann Georg Theodor Grässe (1867). Trésor de livres rares et précieux [Treasury of rare and valuable books] (in French). 6. Dresden. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Topographia Galliae. Amsterdam: Joost Broersz and Caspart Mérian, 1660.

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