ENDERLIN (Philo Chronographus), "Trinum Marinum, oder die aneinander hangende drey Meer, Pontus Euxinus, Propontis cum Archipelago, oder Schwarze Meisse und Egeische Meer" [bound together] "Tempora mundi hamona, oder der zeit der welt, Gogitisches, Turckisches, Constantinopolitanisches Grab-Mahl" [bound together at head] "Tempora mudis elisia Patriarchalis oder der Welt Zeit", Augsburg, 1697. First collected edition of several works published by Enderlin for the Levant during the Turkish war. FOLIO, 31x20cm, pp. 172 + 61 + 64 + 31 and sixty nine (69) copper engravings views and maps in 18 folio sheets (uncut as often). Splendid contemporary pigskin binding with 2 contemporary clasps, finely and richly blindstamped, a masterpiece of bookbinding. Slightly rubbed, inside thumbed and water-stained towards the end, few plates frayed at edges (two with marginal loss of image, the one with tear). Overall a very good copy. Enderlin published several works for the Levant, under the pseudonym Philo Chronographus, to provide a general description of the Ottoman lands during the great war of 1684-1699. Using manuscript information, not used in other publications, he gives a unique detailed image of the Levant countries at the end of 17th century. This collected edition of 4 works start from the ancient times before the presentation of the contemporary Levant. It is richly illustrated with 69 plates. Although Enderlin plates differ in number by publication, this one is by far the most complete. Rare views of Constantinople, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Ammochostos, Smyrna, Volos, of several cities of Morea, Athens, Chalkis, Iraklio (Candia) and several others places in the Levant. Also many maps of Greek areas (Archipelago, Morea, Kerkyra, Chios, Kefalonia, Pontus Euxinus etc). Atabeys copy had only 24 engravings and Blackmers 53 in total. EXTREMELY RARE. Atabey 403, Blackmer 1303.