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