This engraving depicts a map of the territory along the river Maiz, mostly the regions situated northward and southward of the river. ‚Pipinus rex Galliae, fundator ecclesiae Herbip’,,Carolus Magnus imp. Pipini regis Galliorum filius’and,Gosbertus dux’ (?.).‘ are depicted in the top left corner. There are several coats-of-arms at the top right. The coat-of-arms of the contemporary Bishop of Bamberg-Würzburg and the coat-of-arms of Duke Franz of the East Franconia. Nearby are two figures representing St Killian and St. Burkhard; undoubtedly the patrons of the region. Signatures of the engravers are in an ornamental cartouche at the bottom right (as stated on the previous sheet).
The town of Mousson is schematically sketched in the middle of the picture; the river Meuse flows nearby. Military formations are built on both sides of the town. The stated German text is in a square banner at the top right; the caption A-R is lower down in another banner.
The stream of the river Moselle is in the left third of the picture. A battle is raving on its banks, there is a forested hilly landscape in the background. A schematic sketch of the fortress is in the top right corner with the caption 1-13 on the left. There is an extensive three-columned German text below the picture part of the print. It describes in detail the progress of the depicted battle.
The Moselle river is drawn parallel to the bottom edge of the engraving. The town of Diedenhofen is only schematically sketched along the river. A wide strip of the French fortifications circles the town. A battle with the Imperial-Spanish army under Piccolomini is just commencing in the space between the fortifications and the fortress. The above-stated text is in a square on the left. The author of the print, fortification engineer Carlo Cappi, put the main emphasis on the precise drawing of various fortification constructions.
This is a wide picture of a great naval battle. The coast of England is visible on the horizon in the far background. The surface of the see virtually swarms with various battle ships; a burning ship surrounded by safe boats is in the right foreground. The German explanatory text is placed above the picture, the caption A-S is below it.