Fine detailed map of the Holy Land, published in Germany in 1851 as part of Stieler's Hand-Atlas.
The map is highly detailed following the German mid-19th century tendency. German maps from this period were notable for their increased level of precision and their basis in on-the-ground surveys. This map is also notable for its focus on archeological results.
The map includes a total of five insets. Two insets show Jerusalem at different periods during its history. One shows the vicinity of Jerusalem. A further two show the regional context of the Holy Land.