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Erz-Herzogthum Östereich: unter der Enns 1858/ Grundriß von Wien 1858

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Article ID EUA2073
Artist Kunstanstalt Hildburghausen (1828-1874)
The German publishing company Bibliographisches Institut was founded 1826 in Gotha by Joseph Meyer, moved 1828 to Hildburghausen and 1874 to Leipzig. Its production over the years includes such well-known titles as Meyers Lexikon.
Title Erz-Herzogthum Östereich: unter der Enns 1858/ Grundriß von Wien 1858
Year ca. 1860
Description Map shows lower Austria and a city map of Vienna
The name Austria is first handed down in its Old High German form Ostarrichi from the year 996. The Latin form Austria was also used. In 1156 Austria became an independent duchy in the Holy Roman Empire. After the Babenbergs died out in 1246, the House of Habsburg prevailed in the struggle for rule in Austria. The area designated as Austria later included the entire Habsburg Monarchy and later the Austrian Empire, which was constituted in 1804, and the Austrian half of the Austro-Hungarian Dual Monarchy established in 1867. The present republic came into being in 1918.
Place of Publication Hildburghausen
Dimensions (cm)14,45 x 9,5
ConditionVery good
Coloringcolored
TechniqueSteel engraving

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