[De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet]

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MAP RM 4775
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[T'Amsteldredam] : H. Alardi and J.E. Cloppenburgius, 1603
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1 view : mounted on Japanese paper ; 41.9 x 85.2 cm, on sheet 63.7 x 113.0 cm
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Alardi, Hermānus & Cloppenburg, Johannes & Claesz, Cornelis & Visscher, Claes Jansz. (1603). [De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet] Retrieved April 14, 2024, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-232523154

MLA citation

Alardi, Hermānus, Cloppenburg, Johannes, Claesz, Cornelis and Visscher, Claes Jansz. [De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet] [T'Amsteldredam]: H. Alardi and J.E. Cloppenburgius, 1603. Web. 14 April 2024 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-232523154>

Harvard/Australian citation

Alardi, Hermānus & Cloppenburg, Johannes & Claesz, Cornelis & Visscher, Claes Jansz. 1603, [De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet] H. Alardi and J.E. Cloppenburgius, [T'Amsteldredam] viewed 14 April 2024 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-232523154

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  | author3=Claesz, Cornelis.
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  | title=[De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet]
  | year=1603
  | scale=Scale not given
  | section=1 view : mounted on Japanese paper ; 41.9 x 85.2 cm, on sheet 63.7 x 113.0 cm
  | location=[T'Amsteldredam]
  | publisher=H. Alardi and J.E. Cloppenburgius
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  | id=nla.obj-232523154
  | access-date=14 April 2024
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