A plan of Jerusalem according to Josephus and ye Rabbies
- J. Blundell Sculp.
- [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [between 1750 and 1799?].
- Physical description
- 1 map : coper engraving ; 22 x 18 cm, on sheet 60 x 46 cm
At the library
- Blundell, J.
- Historical geography > Jerusalem > Maps > Early works to 1800.
- Christianity > Jerusalem > Maps > Early works to 1800.
- Judaism > Jerusalem > Maps > Early works to 1800.
- Bird's-eye views > Palestine > Early works to 1800.
- Jerusalem > Maps > Early works to 1800.
- Local subject
- Neil M. Levy and Jane M. Levy Map Collection
- Publication date
- Map Data
- Scale not determined (E 35°05'07"--E 35°15'55"/N 31°52'58"--N 31°42'34").
- Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian.
- Relief shown pictorially.
- Includes key for buildings.
- Shows plan of Jerusalem with surrounding land and roads.
- Features multiple horizon lines, with profile of eastern mountain range, in addition to standard bird's-eye view perspective.
- In upper right corner: over against page 145
- Collector's note:Cannot identify, seven copper engravings including “A Plan of Jerusalem according to Josephus and ye Rabbies.” late 18th century.
- Ancillary views:  The elevation of the Temple of Jerusalem --  A view of the inner porch alter &c. on the feast of Tabernacles de quo vid pag. 99
- Pictorial vignettes:  The Jewish priest of the day of expiation --  The Jewish High Priest in his pontifical habit --  The Golden Candlestic. --  The Brasen Laver