Jerusalem, 1493, Nuremberg Chronicle, Liber Chronicarum, Antique Map, Framed
Panoramic woodcut view of Jerusalem, Destruccio Iherosolime from the 1493 Liber Chronicarum, commonly known as the Nuremberg Chronicle, showing the destruction of the city in ancient times — first by the Babylonians in 587 BC, and later by the Romans in 70 AD. Solomon’s Temple is seen on fire in the foreground, with torn-down buildings in the background.
• Antique view of 'The Destruction of Jerusalem' from the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493, framed
• Destruccio Iherosolime, Liber Chronicarum, 1493, Hartmann Schedel
• Custom-framed: solid wood frame, facing, backing, wires; ready to hang
• Fine Art Premium Giclée Print
• Made in USA