The artist Erik Dahlbergh was primarily an engineer working for the Swedish army but evolved into one of the most prolific engravers of his day. This image of the Swedish encampment during the siege of Frederiksodde in 1657 was published in 1696 in a book covering the exploits of King Karl X Gustav. Dahlbergh had been responsible for surveying the camp in 1657.


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