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Justus Danckers's atlas: Hungary and Greece
Map published in celebration of Duke Maximilian of Bavaria's re-conquest of Belgrade from the Turks in 1688. At lower right corner there is a table of places in Hungary and the dates when they were re-conquered from Turkish rule. Decorated with a battle scene between the Turks and Knights of Malta. Title cartouche has a Christian saint and the Habsburg eagle.
- Image reference: F8182
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London