File:View of the Mauritius roadstead - engraving.jpg
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|Artist||Attributed to John Theodore and John Isreal De Bry, accompanying journal of Cornelis Jacob Van Neck|
Copper engraving from 'Het Tweede Boeck' (made in the Netherlands) showing Dutch activities on the shore of Mauritius during the 1598 voyage of Admiral Jacob van Neck, as well as the first published depictions of a dodo (2) and a broad-billed parrot (5), both now extinct. From image:
|Dimensions||14 × 20.5 cm (5.5 × 8.1 in)|
|Current location||University of Amsterdam|
|Accession number||O 60 641, p. 7|
|Source/Photographer||Atlas of Mutual Heritage: page|
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|Horizontal resolution||72 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||72 dpi|
|Software used||Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows|
|File change date and time||02:19, 7 February 2012|
|Image height||2,595 px|
|Image width||2,126 px|
|Date and time of digitizing||03:17, 7 February 2012|
|Date metadata was last modified||03:19, 7 February 2012|
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