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Jaffa, ancient Joppa, April 16th 1839, plate 61 from Volume II of The Holy Land, engraved by Louis Haghe 1806-85 pub. 1843

by David Roberts

Jaffa, ancient Joppa, April 16th 1839, plate 61 from Volume II of The Holy Land, engraved by Louis Haghe 1806-85 pub. 1843 - David Roberts
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Jaffa, ancient Joppa, April 16th 1839, plate 61 from Volume II of The Holy Land, engraved by Louis Haghe 1806-85 pub. 1843 - David Roberts

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English: "Jaffa, ancient Joppa, April 16th 1839, plate 61 from Volume II of The Holy Land, engraved by Louis Haghe 1806-85 pub. 1843" oil on Canvas.
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1843

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