From the first century A.D. dates a fresco at the Baths of Trajan in Rome depicting a birds eye view of an ancient city. In the Middle Ages cityscapes appeared as a background for portraits and biblical themes. From the 16th up to the 18th century numerous copperplate prints and etchings were made showing cities in birds eye view. The function of these prints was to provide a map-like overview.
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