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This book has been created with the aim of discovering the cartographical monuments that have represented the Black Sea and the Sea
of Azov from the earliest times. The book contains maps created by the world civilization up until 1700. The maps are presented in chronological
order, including the image of a map together with its basic characteristics, bibliography, and storage locations, which makes it possible to use either
directly the original or a quality copy of this particular map for further research. Among other things, provided are the postal and e-mail addresses
of libraries, archives, auction houses, stores all over the world where a researcher can, either directly or via the Internet, familiarize oneself with
electronic copies of these maps the humankinds historical heritage. An annotated list of names is also provided together with the biographical
details of cartographers, publishers, engravers etc.
The book is intended for experts, scholars, collectors, students, and all those wishing to learn in more detail the history of the water area
and coast of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. It is an implement for researchers of this region in all aspects that are of interest to them.


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CONTENTS

Foreword 6
Up to 1500 9
Period of 1500-1600 57
Period of 1600-1700 141
Appendices 221
Index of names 222
Index of the locations of maps 229
About the author 241
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FOREWORD

This publication contains cartographical sources from the earliest times up to 1700, which represent the region of the Black
Sea and the Sea of Azov.

The publication is an encyclopedic reference book of maps of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, which represents them
in chronological order together with their standardized brief characteristics. Such generalized initial information about the maps is
necessary for searching and conducting further research on them.

This publication consists of two parts: the full format book in Russian is provided on the attached CD, and the translation
of the basic information into English is given in this book. This book fully retains the books structure on the attached CD except for
the Foreword, Annotated List of Names, and Index of Map Locations sections. The said sections in this book are generalized for the
entire book and presented in accordance with the Contents.

The book is composed of sections corresponding to the chronological periods as indicted in the Contents.

Each chronological period includes the following:


- The Introduction, which provides a brief historical summary of the region during the period being analyzed;
- The List of Maps (table of contents);
- The main portion is presented in the form of a miniature map image and a brief description (more detailed images of the
maps are provided on the attached CD);
- The sources are provided in alphabetical order (in Roman letters rst because of their prevalence, as well as links to Internet
sites);
The Appendices to this book provide the following data summarized for all chronological sections:
- The Index of Names. The Index includes the name of a particular individual transliterated into English and Russian, his or
her dates of life or known period of activities, the location of activities, and the page where he or she is mentioned (the Annotated
List of Names, which contains biographical proles of cartographers, engravers and publishers mentioned in the main portion, is
provided in each chronological section on the attached CD);
- The Index of Map Locations contains the addresses of libraries, archives, museums, auction houses, or commercial organi-
zations, where a particular map is or used to be kept.

The prole of a map (in addition to its image presented on the CD in the relevant chronological section and under the same
sequence number) includes several characteristics:
- The sequence number in the relevant chronological section;
- The map designation, which reects, when possible, its title, and in the absence thereof, its generally accepted name;
- The map authors name given according to the name indicated on the map itself or based on other sources, and transliterated
into English;
- The date, i.e., the time of mapping, reconstruction or publication, as well as the place of publication and the publisher;
- The school, category, or general stylistic and/or scientic trend, in which the map was created and its author worked (only
until 1600);
- The dates of known publications: the maps were reproduced and included in collections and atlases of various years of
publication (after 1600);
- The language of the map lettering (after 1600);
- The dimensions are given in length units (millimeters), or in a conventional format;
- The location: information is provided about the institution where the map is or used to be stored, as well as its registration
number (if any). The detailed addresses of repositories are provided in the Index of Map Locations section;
- The description of the map includes its brief characterization, its distinctive original features, as well as the collection, book
or atlas, in which is was originally included;
- The sources are indicated by the numbers in the list in the relevant chronological section. The bibliographic list provides
detailed information on the maps and their authors. The appropriate pages, volumes, and parts are indicated in brackets.

The work presented has, of course, no pretensions of being a comprehensive list of maps of this region; however, the author
hopes that the book reects the trends in the development of geographical knowledge about it.

I would like to express my profound gratitude to Victor Shevchenko, Doctor of Science in Geography, Professor of the
Department of Geodesy and Cartography of Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University, who agreed to edit the book; I would also
like to express my profound gratitude to Yaroslav Zhupansky, Doctor of Science in Geography, Professor of the Department of
Geography of Ukraine and Cartography of Yury Fedkovich Chernovtsy National University; Rostislav Sossa, Doctor of Science in
Geography, Director of the State Research and Production Enterprise Cartography; Aleksandr Volodchenko, Doctor of Engineering
of Dresden Technical University, Chairman of the Commission for Theoretical Cartography of the International Cartographical As-

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sociation; map collector Aleksey Bulatov all of whom provided valuable comments in the course of reviewing the manuscript on
how to improve it. I would also like to thank all those who were of assistance to me in the course of my work on this book.

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CONTENTS

Introduction 12
The list of maps 18
Maps 21
Appendices
Sources 49

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INTRODUCTION
The successor starts
from the point
reached by the forerunner
Book of Useful Information
on the Principles and
Rules of Navigation, 1490.
Ahmad ibn Majid (ca.1440 - after 1501)

History or, to be more precise, prehistory always constitutes an integral part of any business, art, science, state etc. The
State of Ukraine emerged in the last decade of the 20th century. A new state on the map of the world But it has its own history and
prehistory. It was not created out of nowhere. Similarly, Hidrograa, a small agency within the government structure, has its own
prehistory together with its subdivision Ukrmorkartograa.
The area of responsibility of the young Ukrainian hydrography to the global maritime community is a fairly large segment
of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. And the researches on the coast and water areas of this segment has an enormous prehistory,
the elucidation of which, at least its small portion, cartography, is the object of this work, which may become a compass for many
researchers in the immense sea of information. Dedicated to Ukrainian hydrography.
The humankind invented maps long before writing. Primitive cartographical drawings were made on cave walls and
mammoth tusks, clay tablets, shells and birch bark, and later on, on parchment, silk, metal articles, etc. Maps are even mentioned
in the Bible. It reads as follows: Thou also, son of man, take thee a tile, and lay it before thee, and portray upon it the city, even
Jerusalem. (Ezekiel, 4:1). Apparently, what is meant here is a map on a clay tablet or at brick; such images are well known among
archeologists and cartography historians.
The past millennia have greatly changed the appearance of the map: cave drawings gave place to handwritten maps, en-
gravings, multicolor printing impressions, and now, electronic video images and their color copies.
Along with the technology, the accuracy of representation has also been improving. The Black Sea is one of the subjects
of mapping and has been represented on maps from the earliest times.
Ships had been crossing the Black Sea water areas in various directions long before Christ. It was known to peoples of
both Europe and Asia. That is why this region was always of great importance to the civilizations of both the East and the West.
Nevertheless, geographically the sea remained remote and out-of-the-way. It was characteristic of the civilizations of ancient Greece
and Rome in the West; China, Persia and India in the East; and Egypt and Libya in the South.
However, along with the development of those civilizations, the Black Sea played an important borderline role in their
contacts. Its coasts remained evidences of the development of the Eastern and Western cultures and traces of their conicts. In the
Middle Ages, in particular, the closing of the trade routes to Asia across the Mediterranean and Black Seas by the Turkish Empire
brought the European civilization to the epoch of Great Discoveries and the Renaissance. In search of by-pass routes the Europeans
reached Southern Africa and America.
According to the history as known to us, the priority in the navigation across the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov belongs
to the ancient Greeks. This is evidenced by the Greek myth about the voyage of the Argonauts under the leadership of Jason to the
city of Aea, to the coasts of Colchis in the 13th century BC The knowledge obtained during this expedition is believed to be included
in Odyssey by poets later, when the geographical horizon of the Greeks expanded as they entered the Black Sea (the 7th century
BC) and founded their colonies on its coasts. The expansion of the Greeks geographical concepts is reected in works by Hesiod
(the 9th century BC), Pindar and others. Starting from the 7th century BC, the Greeks began settling along the coasts of the Mediter-
ranean, and later on, the Black Sea, when their rst colonies appeared: Olbia on the shore of the Bug estuary and Dioscurias at the
site of present-day Sukhumi. In the early 5th century BC, Chersonesos, a wealthy and prosperous city, was laid out in the Crimea,
near present-day Sevastopol.
A number of mythological stories, names and events widely known in the ancient world were related by the ancient
Greeks and Romans to Eastern Europe located in the region of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Such are, for example, the myth
about Prometheus chained to a rock in the Caucasus; the legend about the expedition of the Argonauts to Colchis for the Golden
Fleece; the tale about the Crimean kingdom of Thoas, the King of Tauris, the priestess of which was Agamemnons daughter Iphi-
genia, as well as the arrival of Orestes (Iphigenias brother) and his friend Pylades to the Crimea; the legend about the posthumous
life of Achilles in the Northern Black Sea coastland, etc. Those stories were elaborated many times by ancient writers, poets, paint-
ers, philosophers, ethnographers, and were known to every more or less educated person.
Peripli are the earliest written documents that have survived to our time and described sea voyages with essential useful
data on winds, hazards, features of the seaboards, tentative landmarks, coastal settlements, their customs, and a lot of other informa-
tion useful for a voyager. Sometimes they were accompanied by sketches. Other types of written guides for overland traveling also
existed, such as so-called periegeses, itineraria (literally meaning a road manual), which, in the opinion of researchers, could be
accompanied by maps. At the same time, while knowing exactly that periplus literally means sailing-around, a circular descrip-
tion of the seaboard; periegese means a circular listing of peoples and areas; pinax, or pinakion, means a tablet, picture,
list, or catalog, it is rather difcult to determine what was meant by ancient authors.
The most ancient peripli that have survived to the present day are the Periplus of Pseudo-Scylax written in the 6th cen-
tury BC, the Periplus of Hanno the Navigator, who made a voyage along the western coast of Africa in 7th 6th centuries BC, and

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Periplus of the Erythraean Sea (Navigation across the Indian Ocean) by an unknown Egyptian merchant (1st century BC).
For instance, the Periplus of Pseudo-Scylax contains the description of the entire coast of the Mediterranean and Black
Seas. The author begins his overview with the Pillars of Hercules, goes along the northern shore of the Mediterranean (including
the Adriatic and Black Seas) up to the Tanais estuary, then turns along the southern shores and ends with the overview of the known
Atlantic coast of Africa. The traditions of peripli survived in the subsequent 700 to 800 years. For example, known are the descrip-
tions of the northern shores of the Black Sea by Scymnus of Chios (the 1st century BC), Lucius Flavius Arrianus and others.
In the opinion of some researchers, peripli served as supplements to special maps (which is why it is possible to create
their modern reconstructions, as they describe the geographical position of countries, peoples, rivers and seas so well). Herodotus
clearly refers to peripli in his Histories (the 5th century BC). He also reports about a map demonstrated by the tyrant of the city
of Miletus to the King of Sparta. The map represented the then known world, including a portion of the Black Sea. Hydrographical
references [6] also date from that period. Aristotle (the 4th century BC) maintained that the Pontus (Black Sea) was deeper than the
Maeotian Sea (Sea of Azov).
However, one of the most ancient maps that have survived to our time is the map on the shield of a Roman warrior from
Dura-Europos, which appears as a schematic sketch of routes across the Black Sea coastal area [14].
The Greeks notions about the boundaries and outlines of the surrounding world (Oikoumene) were quite peculiar and
with a great touch of fantasy. Their ideas were presented in a poetic form by Homer in his Iliad. He described on Achilless shield
the primordial concepts about the Earth predominant in his time, as if on an ancient map. The Earth as imagined by Homer was a
at surface surrounded by the Ocean. The area of the land was divided by the Black, Aegean and Mediterranean Seas into two parts,
the northern and southern ones, which were entitled much later by Anaximander as Europe and Asia. Greece and its islands occupy
the middle part of the Earth. The Danube was not yet known (later Hesiod referred to the river as the Istros), the shores of southern
Italy appeared in the gloomy distance, Sicily and many western lands were still full of wonders. Internal wars, on the one hand,
and the trade turnover, on the other hand, compelled the Greeks to seek a safe haven and advantages. The shores of the Black Sea
became familiar to them. The Greeks borrowed several nautical charts from the Phoenicians, which probably enabled Anaximander,
a pupil of Thales, to draw the rst known map of the world, upon which, if Plutarch can be believed, he represented the world in a
cylindrical form.
During the period of 500 until 300 BC, numerous descriptions of the Earth were provided by classical geographers, who
were active travelers themselves. Herodotus, in particular, traveled through the entire Greece and its colonies on the Black Sea,
visited Serbia, Persia, Egypt and southern Italy. His accounts about the coastal areas of the Black Sea (he was the rst to describe
them) are especially valuable to us. He provided the descriptions of the Tauric peninsula (the Crimea), the rivers emptying into the
Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. His geographical concepts were conned by the Indus River in the east, the Guadalquivir River in
the west, the Riphean (Ural) Mountains in the north, and Libya (Africa) in the south. Hippocrates traveled around Scythia, Colchis,
Thessaly and Asia Minor, published the earliest treatise on physical geography that has survived to our time. Eratosthenes of Cyrene,
Hipparchus, Polybius, Strabo, and Pliny the Elder created their own descriptions. The reconstructed map of Strabo is a quadrangle
conned by parallels and meridians and mostly repeats the map of Eratosthenes. The description of the Black Sea and its northern
coastal areas is fairly accurate: he describes the Crimea pointing out that it is connected to the mainland by a narrow isthmus, men-
tions large lakes and mountains. But Strabo does not believe Herodotus who was one of the rst to describe the nationalities inhabit-
ing the northern coastal areas of the Black Sea.
So, by the end of Antiquity, Eastern Europe as understood by geographers, historians and poets was conned by the
Arctic Ocean in the north (a purely speculative, though correct boundary derived from the theoretical postulate about the ocean that
encircled the land), the Tanais (Don) River in the east, then by the Maeotian marshes (Sea of Azov) and the Cimmerian Bosporus
(the Kerch Strait). The Pontus Euxinus served as its southern boundary. In the north of Eastern Europe, the so-called Riphean (or
Ripean) Mountains were located which stretched in the latitudinal direction (probably, an erroneous idea of the Urals). It was be-
lieved (e.g., by Aristotle) that great rivers sprang from those mountains: the Tanais (Don), the Borysthenes (Dnieper), the Hypanis
(Southern Bug) and some other rivers (the Volga, or Rha, became known later). However, the lacustrine theory of their origins also
existed (according to Herodotus).
Such concepts about the Oikoumene are recorded in the content of geographical maps attributed to Greek natural phi-
losophers, the aforementioned geographers and historians, which maps are known to us in the form of reconstructions created later,
during the post- Hellenistic period, and which in the aggregate could be ascribed to the ancient Greek natural philosophical carto-
graphical school.
It should be noted that in the descriptions of the Oikoumene that have survived to our time in numerous versions and revi-
sions, traces of the subsequent epochs are also noticeable, in particular, those of the Alexandrian school represented by the works by
Eratosthenes, Hipparchus and others. At that time, attempts were made to determine the size of the Earth and to divide the landmass
into continents more accurately; the conguration of the land and the sea was determined in more details, and the knowledge of
Central Asia expanded considerably (especially following the campaigns of Alexander the Great there).
Against the background of the more general investigation of the surrounding world carried out by the Greeks, the Romans
appeared to be more pragmatic, which is evidenced by their cartographical works dealing mainly with the internal arrangement of
the state. These are cadastre plans and so-called road maps, among which the Tabula Peutingeriana (Peutinger Table) is the most
famous. And only later did descriptions of the whole world appear. The work by Pomponius Mela De Situ Orbis (A Description
of the World) (43 AD) was the rst geographical work of a Latin author that has survived to the present day. After an introduction
and a general overview he gives descriptions of the countries of Africa from the Pillars of Hercules to Egypt, then the provinces of
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Asia Minor, the coastal countries of the Black Sea in the south, and then proceeds with the description of the northern coasts of the
Black and Mediterranean Seas.
The activities of Ptolemy (Claudius Ptolemaeus, the 2nd century AD) marked the end of the Antique epoch in terms of
the development of cartography. His works, including maps, which may be regarded as a generalizing collection of the knowledge
of the ancients about the then known inhabited world, concluded an essential era in the development of geoscience. They marked
the passage from classical ancient geography to the epoch of scholastic Christianity and the oblivion of the past achievements in the
development of geography.
The awakening of Arab science, and geography in particular, began in the early 8th century. It revived the ideas of Aristo-
tle, Marinus of Tyre, Ptolemy and other ancient scientists through the Syrian Christians (Nestorians) who made the Arabs acquainted
with their scientic writings. And it was in the 9th century that Arab science reached its zenith, when the rst generalizing, as well as
more in-depth geographical works appeared. They include the works by the astronomer Gargontz, who was the rst to set forth the
Greek concept of dividing the Earth into seven climatic zones and describe the Caspian (Khazar), Black (Rumish), Mediterranean
(Western) and other seas. But, unfortunately, maps from that period have not survived to our time.
The Library of Alexandria, a unique treasury of the knowledge of the ancient world, which helped educate many great
scholars and poets, in the Middle Ages began to arouse distrust and blind hatred on the part of clergymen, and the fundamentals of
the ancient culture were soon forgotten. Science in Europe fell into complete decay. It was only several centuries later that its renais-
sance began. And an important role in the process was played by the Arabs who spread the banners of Muhammad in the immense
spaces of the Roman Empire, as well as in countries located a long way to the east. As conquerors and traveling merchants, they
reached the shores of the Pacic Ocean in the east; in the west, in 711, they crossed the strait which was named the Strait of Gibraltar
(a distorted Arabic word) and took control of the whole of the Iberian Peninsula and Northern Africa within seven years.
Having conquered wealthy countries with ancient cultures, the Arabs familiarized themselves with the science and litera-
ture of the vanquished nations, and not only assimilated their scientic views, but also laid the foundation of their own Arab science
and culture. The Caliph of Baghdad Hrn al-Rashd (the 8th century), a hero of The Book of One Thousand and One Nights,
ordered ancient Greek manuscripts to be collected, among which manuscripts was a work by Ptolemy. In 827 it was translated into
Arabic and entitled Almagest, which is the Latin form of the Arabic name (al-kitabu-l-mijisti, i.e. The Great Book).
During that period, the inuence of Ptolemaic cartography is evident on maps drawn by Arab cartographers, who elabo-
rated on Ptolemys maps using new data. At that time, the Arab geography and cartography were developed much better than those
disciplines in Europe. And although many maps of the world represented a round image of the terrestrial disk with two oceanic
gulfs, the Mediterranean with other adjacent internal seas, and the Red Sea with the Persian Gulf, many of the Arab maps of that
time could be considered outstanding.
The world maps created by the Arab geographer Abu Abd Allah Muhammad al-Idrisi (1099-1164) are cartographical
monuments of universal importance. He was born in Sabtah (now Ceuta, a Spanish exclave in Morocco), work in Sicily at the court
of King Roger II. The rectangular maps of al-Idrisi were made in 1154 in 70 sheets; the round map of the world was created sepa-
rately. The Black Sea on the map corresponds to its accurate description given by al-Idrisi in his works.
The Black Sea (Bahr Nitas or Bahr Nitash) was considered to be a gulf that lies off the eastern part of the Mediterranean,
for which al-Idrisi, like other Arab geographers, used several names: the Sea of Rum, i.e., the Byzantine Sea (Bahr ar-Rum), and
the Syrian Sea (Bahr ash-Shami). The both seas were connected by the Constantinople channel or strait(Arabic khalij), which
implied the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara and the Bosporus: This channel goes to al-Qustantiniyah (Constantinople), and its
width there is four miles; it ows in this way sixty miles before emptying into the Sea of Nitas, and its width at the mouth is six miles.
The Sea of Nitas stretches to the east washing from the south [the shores of] the land of Haracliyah (Heraclea Pontica), the land of
Astrubuli (Sinop), Atrabazandah (Trapezund), the land of Ashkala, the land of Laniyah (Alania), and the ultimate limit of this gulf
reaches [the land of] al-Hazariyah (Khazaria). From that point, the sea turns to Matarkha (Tmutarakan), borders the county of ar-
Rusiyah (Rus) and the country of the Burdjans (Danube Bulgaria), that is, from the Danapris (Dnieper) River to the Danu (Danube)
River, goes to the beginning of the strait of al-Qustantini and comes to the [city] of al-Qustantiniyah, [then] washes the country of
Macazuniyah and reaches the place where it begins. The length of Sea of Nitas from the beginning of the strait to the its ultimate
limit [in the east] is one thousand, three hundred miles. It has six islands. In his description of the Black Sea al-Idrisi relied upon
both the older bookish data and the up-to-date information. First of all, he inherited from his predecessors the general concept of the
connection of the Black Sea via the Constantinople strait with the Seven Seas, as well as the name of the sea, Buntus (cited by him
in its distorted form, Nitas), which is found in the widely known treatise of al-Battn and can be traced back to one the Ptolemys
versions. It is unlikely that al-Idrisi made direct use of the materials of al-Battn concerning the Black Sea; it is more likely that he
turned to the works of those Arab scholars who relied upon the treatise of al-Battn in their description of the Black Sea, namely,
al-Basri, Ibn Rushd, and al-Masudi. At any rate, the gures provided in his works for the Black Sea (its 1300-mile length, and the
4-mile width of the strait near Constantinople) differ from the gures of al-Battn (1060 and 3 miles, respectively), but agree with
the length indicated by Ibn Rushd and al-Masudi. At the same time, the works by al-Idrisi lost the idea about the existence of the
Sea of Azov and its connection with the Black Sea, which is expounded in detail in the works by al-Masudi. Among the rivers that
empty into the Black Sea, al-Idrisi mentions not the Don and the Danube (as al-Masudi does), but the Danube and the Dnieper, and
a careful study of the works by al-Idrisi suggests that other rivers emptying into the Black Sea were also known, for example, the
Dniester. The data about the distance between the shores of the Black Sea at its widest place are not found in the works by authors
of 9th and 10th centuries. They are likely to originate from the reports of those informers of al-Idrisi who had opportunities to navi-

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gate that sea; it is not by chance that these data are given twice, and one time the distance is indicated not in miles, but in days of
sailing [8, pp. 67-69].
It should be specically noted that in Arab cartography, the orientation to the south as the top of maps was adopted. This
tradition can be found later in Italian cartography on some maps, which testies to the fact that the Italian school was the successor
to the Arab school.
The European cartography of the early Middle Ages did not take account of the achievements of ancient science, and
Ptolemys Geography was unknown to it. At that time a specic direction was under development, which was called the monastic
cartography. The main purpose of those maps was the propagation of the theological picture of the world. Most geographical data
used for producing those maps were drawn from late Roman sources, and their systematization and cartographical interpretation
were totally in compliance with biblical cosmography. About 600 examples of the monastic cartography have survived: this is the
so-called Mappa Mundi (early medieval maps of the world produced in the 7th 13th centuries). Maps currently known as T-O
maps became especially widespread. Those maps represented the Earth in the form of a disc and were oriented to the east. Asia was
placed at the top of the map, and Europe and Africa at the bottom. Jerusalem was in the center. The schematic representation of the
water bodies separating the continents (the Don separated Europe and Asia, the Nile separated Asia and Africa, and the Mediterra-
nean separated Africa and Europe) resembled the letter T. The landmass and the inland water bodies were encircled by the ocean ring
resembling the letter O. It should be noted that the authors of early medieval maps did not use the scale and did not aim to convey
the actual relations between the distances between various geographical objects.
The development of trade and navigation contributed to the emergence of nautical charts: the so-called portolan charts,
or compass charts (the late 13th to 16th centuries). The rst reference to portolan charts dates from 1270. The so-called Carta
Pisana of 1290 is the earliest surviving chart, which features the Black Sea among other geographical objects. Those charts were
usually made on parchment paper. They were called compass charts because instead of the grid of meridians and parallels (as on
Ptolemys maps) they made use of the compass grid in the form of straight lines convenient for plotting the course of a ship in the
sea. The lines came from several centers (compass cartouches) on the map, which were located in different parts of the map body
designed in the form of compass roses or wind roses. The roses consisted of a beautifully designed circle divided from its center into
16 or 32 segments (as in a compass) by half-lines that formed the grid of lines. Those lines corresponded to the principal compass
directions, along which navigators plotted the course of the ship. The main element of their content was the coastline contours with
known settlements. Small islands and estuaries were highlighted with a certain color. It should be noted that small rocks and shal-
lows were marked with daggers and dots, just as on modern maps. Those charts seldom provided the toponymy of the land farther
from the coastline, and the names of places on the shore were written perpendicular to the coastline, and large cities were sometimes
highlighted with a colored inscription.
One of the features of portolan charts was the designation of the linear scales. This element was not found on the previ-
ously known charts of individual areas, world maps, and all the more so, on monastic maps. The display of the linear scales indi-
cates that portolan charts were extensively used in practice.
Potolans were produced by various cartographical schools. The priority belongs to the Italians, then the cartographers
from the island of Majorca began to compete with them; they belonged to the so-called Catalan school. Later on, cartographers from
other countries of Europe and Turkey began making portolans. The priority in the centralized production of portolans for practical
use belongs to the workshop at the navigational school in Sagres, Portugal, founded in 1418.
Portolan charts were often produced as collections, atlases of sorts, in which the maps of the Mediterranean and Black
Seas were included most often. Those atlases were simply called Portolans (collections of maps began to be called atlases after
Gerardus Mercator, who was the rst to employ this name).
The analysis of maps demonstrates that by the early 14th century the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov were so well explored
that their outlines on the early medieval maps bore a close resemblance to their outlines on the present-day maps. The Black Sea
was represented on all maps of the world created after Ptolemy, and the Ptolemaic tradition was felt in these representations. During
the period from 1400 to 1700, about 60 reissues of his Geography and appropriate maps were published. It was the era of Great
Discoveries that generated great interest in his Geography. That period was marked by new discoveries in Africa and America.
And, probably, just owing to the fact that during that period Southern Europe lacked the Mediterranean and Black Seas, as this
region was inaccessible because of the rapid development of the Ottoman Empire. In 1400 to 1500 these seas became the absolute
domain of Turkish pirates.
Some references to the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov are found in ancient Russian chronicles; for example, Nestor the
Chronicler in his Tale of Bygone Years (the early 12th century) mentions some countries, seas, rivers in Europe, Asia, Africa. He
writes about the Dnieper, the Dniester, the Pripyat, the Desna, the Pontic (Black) Sea, about the route from the Varangians to the
Greeks and from the Greeks along the Dnieper. The inscription on the so-called Tmutarakan Stone is one of the references to the
measurement of the sea. This marble palte was found in 1792 on the Taman peninsula amidst the ruins of a Genoese fortress. The
inscription on the stone says that in 1068 the Russian Prince Gleb measured a distance of 14000 Russian fathoms across the Kerch
Strait on the ice. These data supplement the known historical facts about the successful expeditions of the Rus across the Black Sea
to Constantinople (Istanbul).
Did ancient Russian maps of the region of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov exist? Tatishchev tried to nd them as
early as the 18th century. Here is what he writes about the results of his search: I cannot nd any information on the beginning of
geographical art of Russia nor an accurate description anywhere, except that Nestor described the peoples that existed before and
at that time. The continuators of his Chronicle recall the reigns of the Princes according to his accounts, but everything pertaining

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to geography is rather obscure and insufcient. Then Simon, the Bishop of Suzdal, tells that Grand Prince Constantine the Wise
described all peoples and boundaries, but his description has not survived. According to him, in 1552 Tzar Ivan II (Ivan IV A.G.)
ordered that the lands be measured and a plan of the state be prepared. But that plan cannot be found anywhere, except that as far
as I can remember, there is one plan in the Kazan archive made only for the Kazan dominion in 16 pages without a scale, but versts
are written in numbers. [17, vol. 1, p. 348].
The geographical position of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov at the junction of civilizations, the centuries-old history
of their exploration, all this could not but inuence their names.
The collection of the names of the Black Sea [5] amounts to 340 toponymical versions and variant readings, which can
be grouped according to seven main attributes: 1) ethnonyms (the Abkhazian, Georgian, Cimmerian, Russian (in some Arab sources,
in the form of the Sea of the Rus), Scythian Sea etc.); 2) countries and locations (the Colchis, Rumish (Byzantine) Sea etc.); riv-
ers (the Danube Sea etc.); 4) settlements (the Surozh (Sudak), Korsun (Chersonesos), Kafan (Theodosian) Sea etc.); 5) size and
importance (the Great, Major, Main, Holy Sea etc.); 6) quarters of the world (the Upper Sea, the Sea of Sunset, the Northern (for
the Arabs), Eastern (for the Greeks and Romans), Southern (for the Slavs) Sea etc.); 7) color (the Red, Dark Blue, Dark, Chermnoye
Sea, the Sea of Darkness, the Black Sea). The last form proved to be the most persistent.
The earliest of these names is mentioned by the Greek commentator of Iliad Eustachius: it [i.e., the Pontus Euxinus
(Black Sea) A.G.] was dreadful for the Hellenes because of its remoteness. Which is why they say about the Pontic people that they
arrived from the a lot of Pontus, which is equivalent to the expression from the perdition [10, p. 311]. This name which stems
from the ancient Greek Pont, Pontos, (sea route, sea) is also found in Russian chronicles: Pont, Pontskoye, Ponetskoye. The
Greek Pontos has parallels in Indo-European languages: the ancient Indian panfas (path, road, way); the Latin pons (bridge,
footbridge); the Slavic put, puts, pt, num, paut. V.I. Abayev indicates that the Scythian panta, panti; the Ossetian fandag;
the Sogdian pant means a way, road [1, p. 446], which has something in common with the ancient meaning of the Indo-European
pont (overcoming; a road full of dangers). [18, p. 413].
Attempts have been made for centuries to discover the features, as a result of which the name of the Black Sea became
xed. Back in 1809 A.M. Shchekatov wrote: The Sea is called Black because violent storms happen to occur there exposing ships
to a grave danger; its water has the same color as in other seas, though, and contains little salt. [21, column 107].
However, in 1888 L.F. Voevodsky expressed his doubts about such explanation and offered another interpretation based
on the following symbols: the rising sun seems red (the east); the sun can be white at its zenith (the south); the setting sun is colored
bluish (the west); and there is no sun at midnight; darkness (the north). For the Greeks, the Black Sea lied to the north. In addition,
its coasts inhabited by the austere Cimmerians, Tauri, and Scythians seemed wild to the southern travelers. The dark country of the
Cimmerians is the kingdom of night [4]. The original Greek name Pontus Axeinus (Inhospitable Sea) has something in com-
mon with the views of A.M. Shchekatov and, partially, L.F. Voevodsky. We would also like to mention the version offered in 1923
by academician A.I. Sobolevsky, who nds the Scythian name of the Black Sea, Tam (Dark): The relation of the Scythian name
of the Black Sea, Tam, or Tama, to the words of the root tarn (the Slavic tma etc.) meaning darkness, blackness, is quite
possible. [15, p. 39]. The Indo-European root tern is present in many languages: the Russian temnota (darkness), the Czech
femen (dark), the Lithuanian tamsa (gloom), the Irish temen (dark), the Latin femere (blindly).
A.A. Freyman nds in the ancient Iranian (Avestian) denition of the Black Sea, Axaena (of dark color), a word
present in the Persian language in the form xasin (dark blue, bluish), as well as in the Ossetian (Digorsk) axsin (dark gray)
[19]. This author refers to the idea of M. Fasmer that the original Greek name Pontus Axeinus (Inhospitable Sea) reects the
Iranian axaena, which is repeated in his Etymological Dictionary of the Russian Language (18, p. 345). V.I. Abayev, another
well-known linguist, also insists on this idea: the Ossetian axsin means dark gray, the old Iranian designation of the dark gray
or dark blue colors the Ossetian axsin originates directly from the Scythian axein preserved by many ancient authors (Pindar,
Euripides, Strabo) in the name of the Black Sea: Pontus Axeinus meaning the Dark Blue Pont. [1, p. 220]. It appears that this
version was put forward by Strabo: the Sea was inaccessible for navigation by reason of violent storms and the wildness of the
coastal peoples, particularly the Scythians, who sacrice foreigners, eat their meat and use sculls instead of bowl. Later the Ionians
founded a city on the shore of that sea, and the sea was named Pontus Euxinus (Hospitable Sea). [16, p. 300]
In fact, the ancient Greeks borrowed the name of the Black Sea from the Scythians from the Iranian axaena and re-
modeled it into the more understandable Axeinus (Inhospitable). However, with the colonization of the coasts, which required
the expansion of navigation, they renamed it into Euxinus (Hospitable). Many authors explain this change by a euphemistic
approach. Hospitable sounds better and does not provoke the sea gods wrath, does not insult them.
V.I. Abayevs assertion that the Ossetian axin originates directly from the Scythian axein (dark blue) is important. It
makes it possible to state that the initial meaning of the toponym was not black but dark blue. And this explains well the etymol-
ogy of the name of the Black Sea. Blue, or dark blue is quite a reasonable and natural hydronym. Indeed, it was the Scythians who
were the masters of the Black Sea shores. Of all seas known to them, the Caspian Sea, the Sea of Azov, and the Black Sea, the waters
of the latter stood out the most by their blue color.
The combination of blue and black in one word is characteristic of many peoples that often perceive them as a single
whole. V. Shercl testies to the fact: The designation of the dark blue, or navy blue color in many languages coincides with the
black color. In the ancient Indo-European languages the mixing of these two colors can even be called a normal thing: the ancient
Indian asita (dark, black) is the name of indigo, asitotpala is a blue lotus; means the color of black, blue, dark blue, and is
the epithet of night, cloud, various plants of indigo Also in Greek and in Latin the blue color adjoins the black color. Thus, the
Greek melanons means black, dark, but also dark blue [20, p. 32].
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Having examined the color perception in various nations, F.F. Petrushevsky maintained that the word blue sometimes
means dark, black. [13, p. 321]. Perhaps, the explanation of this fact is contained in an interesting indication of the Etymological
Dictionary of the Slavic Languages, which points to the absence of an ancient word with the meaning of black in most Indo-Eu-
ropean languages, apparently because of some taboo motives. [22, p. 156].
Therefore, the inadequacy of the etymological version explaining the name of the Black Sea based on color symbolism
is obvious: the Black Sea is northern, as opposed to the White, the Mediterranean Sea, which lies to the south; in modern Turkish
geography it is called Akdeniz (the White Sea), as opposed to Karadeniz (the Black Sea). But such a toponymical pair is a
comparatively recent fact. In fact, the Turks appeared on the shores of these seas only in the late 13th the early 14th century.
The subsequent history of the hydronym is also interesting. In Europe of the 13th century the Black Sea is already forgot-
ten, and the Major Sea appears instead. Various sources refer to the Latin Mare Majus and the French Mer Majeure. And the
Latin Mare Nigrum (the Black Sea) is restored in the mid 14th century supported by the Turkish Karadeniz. V.V. Bartold, who
lists these forms, notes: Kara here should really mean not black, but large, mighty, frightful. [3. vol. 6, p. 665]. Only later did
the Turks name the Mediterranean, and especially the Sea of Marmara, Akdeniz (i.e., the White Sea) in contrast to Karadeniz.
V.V. Bartolds translation of the polysemantic Turkish kara makes it possible to state that the Turks copied the name Major Sea
predominant at the time. And only about a century later did the toponym Karadeniz begin to be understood as the Black Sea, and
then the Turkish toponymical pair, Karadeniz and Akdeniz, appeared. The Turkic word kara, besides the meaning black, in-
cludes the ideas of lots of, a great deal of; compare the Russian expression chernym-cherno (literally completely black), e.g.:
naroda sobralos chernym-cherno (a lot of people gathered). V.V. Bartolds comment on the name of the Khazar Sea is quite
interseting: In Islamic literature, the designation Khazar Sea originally referring to the Caspian Sea was also applied to the Black
Sea. The expression the Khazar Sea was used in that sense even in the 13th century, when no Khazars existed at all; the same usage
had some inuence upon Western Europe, as shown by the designation of the Genoese colonial dominion on the northern coast of
the Black Sea in the 14th and 15th centuries: Gazaria, or Gazzaria. [3, vol. 6, p. 659].
In modern Russian practice the generally accepted name of the sea is Chyornoye More, which translates as Schwarzes
Meer into German, Mer Noire into French; Black Sea into English; Mavri Thalassa into Greek; Negro Mar into Span-
ish; Svarta Havet into Swedish; Hei Hai into Chinese; Darya Siah into Pesian; Karadeniz into Turkish; Shavi zghva into
Georgian. All these names have the same meaning..

Sourses
1. ..- .- ., .: - , 1958.- .1.- 665 .
2. .. . - .: , 1987.- 256 .
3. .. : 9 . - .: - . , 1963-1977.
4. .. // VI . (1884).- , 1888.- .2.-
.37-39.
5. .. // . .- 1991.- .123.-2.- .199-204.
6. . , // . .. .- .:
, 1993.- 574 .
7. .. .- .: , 1999,- 240 .
8. .. -.- .: , 1999.
9. .. .- .: - , 1991.
10. .. .- .: .- .1: .
.1, 1893.- 296 .; .2, 1896.-. 297-600.
11. .. .- .: .- .2: .
.2, 1906.- . 293-454.
12. .. .- .: , 2001.- 448 .
13. .. // . . .- 1899.- .7.- .4.- .297-230.
14. .. .- .: , 2002.- 488 .
15. .. - // . . . .-1923.-.26.-.1-44.
16. (). : 17 ./ . .. .- .: - .. , 1879.
17. .. .- .: , 1950.- 248 .
18. . .- .: , 1964.- .1,- 562 .
19. .. // . .-
1930.- .5.- .647-652.
20. . .. // ,- 1884.- .2.- .1-32.
21. . . , .-.:
, 1809.
22. .- .: , 1977.- 235 .
23. .. . ..-. .-. 1986. 141 .

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The list of maps

No. Name Author Date Page


1 Map of the World according to Hecatus Hecatus of Miletus BC 550-480 21
2 Map of the World according to Herodotos Herodotos BC 450 21
3 Map on a board of the Roman soldier unknown BC III c. 21
4 Map of the World according to Eratosthenes Eratosthenes BC 194 21
5 Map of the World according to Posidonius Posidonius of Syria BC 150-130 21
6 Map of the World Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius BC 20 21
7 Map of the World according to Strabo Strabo 18 . 22
8 Map of the World according to Pomponius Mela Pomponius Mela 40 22
9 Map of the World according to Dionysius Dionysius Periegetes 124 22
10 Map of the World according to Honorii lulii Honorii lulii IV-V cc. 22
11 Map of the World from Ravena Anonim from Ravena VII-VIII cc. 22
12 Map from Albi Paolo Orosio VIII c. 22
13 Map of the World Abu Abdallah Muhammad ibn Musa
al-Khwarizmi 813-847 23
14 Map of the World Abu Mashar Al Balkhi, Jafar Ibn
Muhammad 816 23
15 Map of the World Al Istakhr 934 23
16 Map of the World Al Istakhr 977, copy 1570 23
17 Map of the World Al Istakhr c. 23
18 Map of the World Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Hawqal 980 23
19 Map of the World Ibn Wardi, Omar 1001 24
20 Map of the World Ibn Wardi, Omar copy 17 c. 24
21 Map of the World Abu Raihan Mohammad Ibn Ahmad
al-Biruni 1029 24
22 Map of the World Al-Kashghari 1076 24
23 Planisphera Paolo Orosio XI c. 24
24 according to Cosmas Indicopleustes Cosmas Indicopleustes XI c. 24
25 Anglo-Saxon Mappa Mundi unknown XI c. 24
26 Tabula Peutingeriana unknown XII-XIII cc. 25
27 Map of the World Henry of Mainz about 1110 25
28 Map of the World Guido of Pisa 1119 25
29 Map of the World unknown 1130-1135 25
30 Fragment of a rectangular map of the World Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn
Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris 1153 25
31 Map of the World Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn
Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris 1154 26
32 Map of the World, rectangular Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn
Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris 1192 26
33 Psalter Map Manuscript unknown 1225 26
34 Ebstorf map Gervase of Tilbury 1234 26
35 Map of the World Matthew Paris 1250 26
36 The Hereford Mappamundi Richard de Bello 1280 26
37 Carte pisane unknown 1290 27
38 Sarmatia Europae Planudes Maximus XIII c. 27
39 Portolan Vesconte Pietro 1311 27
40 Chart of Black sea Vesconte Pietro 1313 27
41 Chart of Black sea Vesconte Pietro 1318 27
42 Map of the World Vesconte Pietro 1321 27
43 The Atlas Luxoro unknown beginning XlVc. 28
44 Chart of Mediterranean sea unknown second quoter XlV c. 28
45 Portolan Dulcert Angelino 1339 28
46 Map of the World Canistris, Opicinus de 1335 28
47 Map of the World from Polychronicon Higden, Ranulf 1350 28
48 Map of the World unknown 1351 28
49 Chart Pizigani Francesco, 1367 29
50 Map of the World from Chronicles of St. Denis unknown 1364-1372 29
51 Chart of Black sea Pizigani Francesco 1373 29
52 Catalan Atlas Cresques Abraham 1375 29
53 Chart Soleri Guillelmus 1385 29
54 Chart Soleri Guillelmus 1385 29
55 Chart of Black sea unknown XlV c. 30
56 Map of the Black and Marmara seas Pasqualini Nicolo 1408 30
57 Chart Virga, Albertin de 1409 30

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58 Chart /Planisphera Viladestes, Mecia de 1413 30


59 Chart Tancali Ahmed 1413-1414 30
60 Map of the World Borgia unknown 1410-1458 30
61 Map of the World by Ptolemaeus Noha, Pirrus de 1414 31
62 Map of the World with a calendar Virga, Albertin de 1411-1415 31
63 Chart Francesco de Cesanis 1421 31
64 Chart Giroldi, Gacomo de 1422 31
65 Chart Viladestes, Mecia de 1423 31
66 Chart Pizzigano Giovanni 1424 31
67 Chart of Black sea Giroldi, Gacomo de 1426 32
68 Chart Villadestes, Johannes de 1428 32
69 Map of the Mediterranean and Red seas with the adjoining
grounds unknown 1428 32
70 Chart of Mediterranean sea unknown 1430 32
71 Map of the Sacred ground Dati Gregorio 1435 32
72 Round map of the World Bianco Andrea 1436 32
73 Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas Bianco Andrea 1436 33
74 Map of the World by Ptolemaeus Bianco Andrea 1436 33
75 Chart Valsecha, Gabriel de 1439 33
76 Chart Valsecha, Gabriel de 1439 33
77 Vinland map unknown 1440 33
78 Map of the World Leardo Giovanni 1442 33
79 Chart of Black sea Giroldi, Gacomo de 1443 34
80 Chart of Black sea unknown 1446 34
81 Chart Valsecha, Gabriel de 1447 34
82 Map of the World Walsperger Andreas 1448 34
83 Map of the World Leardo Giovanni 1448 34
84 Chart Bianco Andrea 1448 34
85 Chart unknown 1450 35
86 Chart of Black sea unknown 1452 35
87 Catalan map of the World unknown 1450-1460 35
88 Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean, Northern Atlantic
and Black sea Bertran Jacobo 1456 35
89 The Genoese Map unknown 1457 35
90 Map of the World Fra Mauro 1459 35
91 Chart Fra Mauro 1459 36
92 Map by Conte Freducci Conte di Ottomano 1460 36
93 Chart Benincasa, Grazioso 1461 36
94 Chart Roselli Petrus 1462-1463 36
95 Collection of portolans Benincasa, Grazioso 1463 36
96 Chart Roselli Petrus 1464 36
97 Capital letter in Natural History, Pliny unknown 1465 37
98 Chart Benincasa, Grazioso 1465 37
99 Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Europe and
Northern Africa Roselli Petrus 1466 37
100 Map of Mediterranean sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1466 37
101 Map of the World by Ptolemaeus Germani Nicolai 1466 37
102 Europe tabula octava Germani Nicolai 1466 37
103 Europe tabula nona Germani Nicolai 1466 38
104 Asie maioris tabule duodecim Germani Nicolai 1466 38
105 Asie tabula secunda Germani Nicolai 1466 38
106 Asie tabula tertia Germani Nicolai 1466 38
107 Map of the World Germani Nicolai 1467 38
108 The collection of sea charts Benincasa, Grazioso 1467 38
109 Chart of the Mediterranean Benincasa, Grazioso 1467 39
110 Collection portolans Benincasa, Grazioso 1468 39
111 Chart of the World Roselli Petrus 1468 39
112 Map of East part Mediterranean and Black sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1469 39
113 Chart coasts of the Europe Benincasa, Grazioso 1470 39
114 The Genoese Map of the World (copy) unknown 1470 39
115 Chart of Black sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1471 39
116 Map of East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1473 40
117 Chart of Black sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1474 40
118 Copy of Ebsdorf map of the World unknown 1475 40
119 Map of the World by C.Ptolemaeus unknown 1477 40
120 Prima Asiae Tabula unknown 1478 40

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121 Chart of Black sea Benincasa, Grazioso 1480 40


122 Chart Cn, Albino de 1480 41
123 Map of the World unknown 1480 41
124 Regional map of the Europe 5 unknown 1480 41
125 Regional map of the Europe 9 unknown 1480 41
126 Regional map of Asia 1 unknown 1480 41
127 Regional map of Asia 2 unknown 1480 41
128 Regional map of Asia 3 unknown 1480 42
129 Map of the World by Ptolemaeus Leonardus Hol 1482 42
130 Chart Bertran Jacobo 1482 42
131 Chart Berlinghieri Francesco 1482 42
132 Chart Benincasa, Grazioso 1482 42
133 Map of the World unknown 1482 42
134 Tertia Asie tabula Leonardus Hol 1482 43
135 Prima Asie Tabula Reger Johann 1486 43
136 Chart unknown 1487 43
137 Map of the World unknown 1485-1500 43
138 Chart Cn, Albino de 1489 43
139 Map of the World Martellus Henricus 1489 43
140 Map of the World Martellus Henricus 1489 44
141 Map of the World Martellus Henricus 1489 44
142 Sarmatia Europae unknown 1490 44
143 Sarmatia terra in Europa Nicholas of Cusa 1491 44
144 The Genoa map of the Europe and Northern Africa Columbus Christopher 1492 44
145 Chart Benincasa, Grazioso 1492 44
146 Globe Behaim Martin 1492 45
147 Map of the World by Ptolemaeus Rosselli Francesco 1492-1493 45
148 Map of the Central Europe from Liber
chronicarum Schedel Hartmann Munzer Hieronimus 1493 45
149 Secunda etas mundi Schedel Hartmann 1493 45
150 Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean, Black and
Azov seas unknown 1493 45
151 Chart Giorgio di Giovanni 1494 45
152 Chart Iehuda ben Zara 1497 46
153 Chart Freducci Conte di Ottomano 1497 46
154 Chart Giroldi, Gacomo de beg.XV c.. 46
155 Chart unknown beg. XV c. 46
156 Chart unknown end XV-beg.XVI c. 46
157 Chart Dulcert Angelino midle XlV c. 46
158 Chart unknown beg.XV c. 46
159 Chart unknown sec.quot.XV c. 47
160 Chart Primeriano Carlo XlV c. 47
161 Chart unknown XIV c. 47
162 The sea Atlas unknown end XlV c. 47
163 Chart unknown XV-XVI cc. 47
164 Chart unknown XV c. 47
165 Chart unknown rst half XV c. 47
166 Map of the Europe and Asia Minor unknown sec. part XV c. 48
167 Chart unknown XV c. 48
168 Map of the Europe by C.Ptolemaeus Planudes Maximus end XV-beg.XIV cc. 48
169 Chart unknown Last quarter XV c. 48
170 Map of the World by C.Ptolemaeus unknown end XIV-beg.XV c. 48
171 Chart Giovanni Carignano beg. XIV c. 48

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Maps
1.
Name: Map of the World according to Hecatus
Author: Reconstruction according to the description of Hecatus of Miletus
Date : BC 550-480
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: First of known maps of the World (oikumena)
Sources: 23, 27, 47, 80, 102, 203 (.25), 239
2.
Name: Map of the World according to Herodotos
Author: Reconstruction according to the description of Herodotos
Date : about BC 450
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: One of the rst known maps of the World (oikumena)
Sources: 27 (.5), 47 (. 23-25, 28, 49, 57-59, 62,133), 77 (.1, .135-137), 80 (.20), 102 (.32),
203(.25), 296, 347
3.
Name: Map on a board of the Roman soldier
Author: unknown
Date : BC III c.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: 450 180 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, manuscript, Gr.Suppl. 1354, V
Description: The image of Black sea from Varna up to Kerch, is Greek names of cities from Odessa up to
Trabezund and the several
rivers (only 12 names are read) are written and distances between them, the ships are show
Sources: 203 (.32), 213 (.977-980), 214 (.77-99), 218 (.14)
4.
Name: Map of the World according to Eratosthenes
Author: Reconstruction according to the description of Eratosthenes
Date : about BC 194
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: One of thExists only in reconstruction
Description: One of the rst known maps of the World (oikumena)
Sources: 19 (.13), 23 (.51), 27 (.618-660), 47 (.33), 77 (.1, .154-162, 381), 137 (.9), 169 (.17),
203 (.26), 283, 296, 319
5.
Name: Map of the World according to Posidonius
Author: Reconstruction according to the description of Posidonius of Syria
Date : BC 130
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: One of the rst known maps of the World (oikumena)
Sources: 19 (.15), 23 (30-32), 77 (.1, .168-170), 318

6.
Name: Map of the World (Orbis Terrarum)
Author: Reconstruction according to the description of Agrippa Marcus Vipsanius
Date : BC 20
School: Inuence by Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: One of the rst the few Ancient Romes images of the World
Sources: 47 (.39-53), 137 (.12-13), 203 (.32), 296, 351

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7.
Name: Map of the World according to Strabo
Author: Reconstruction according to descriptions of Strabo
Date : 18
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: One of the rst known maps of the world (oicumena)
Sources: 23 (.56), 27 (Plate III), 47 (23, 26, 30-34, 37, 43-46, 52, 60-65, 134, 137,157), 77 (.173-
175), 203 (.26), 297, 348, 349

8.
Name: Map of the World according to Pomponius Mela
Author: Reconstruction according to descriptions of Pomponius Mela
Date : ab. 40
School: Inuence the Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: the rst reconstruction in the Walters Art Gallery (USA, Maryland , Baltimore)
Description: One of the few Ancient Rome images of the world
Sources: 23 (.126), 47 (. 65-66), 76, 129 (.36, Pl. XXXI), 250, 278, 297

9.
Name: Map of the World according to Dionysius
Author: Reconstruction according to descriptions of Dionysius
Date : 124
School: The Greek natural philosophy
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: The image of the World (oicumena) in the Greek tradition
Sources: 27 (.2, .490), 77 (.1, .172), 297, 328

10.
Name: Map of the World according to Honorii lulii
Author: Reconstruction according to Cosmographia by Honorii lulii
Date : IV-V cc.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: Features: the description of all known World in late antiquity
Sources: 214 (.106-160)

11.
Name: Map of the World from Ravena
Author: Reconstruction according to Cosmographia anonymous author from Ravena
Date : ab. 700
School: It is not certain
Sizes: -
Site: -
Description: Features: the description of all known world in late antiquity
Sources: 203 (.32-49), 214 (.161-286)

12.
Name: Map from Albi
Author: Paolo Orosio
Date : VIII c.
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Albi, La Bibliotheque Rochegude Albi, Mediatheque Pierre Amalric, Ms 29, f.27v.
Description: Manuscript map, It is focused to the east
Sources: 233, 326, 359

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13.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Abu Abdallah Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi
Date : 813-847
School: arabian, Imitation of art Europeans
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: unknown
Description: Map of the World on the basis of representations by C.Ptolemaeus
Sources: 203 (.50-59), 286, 362

14.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Abu Mashar Al Balkhi, Jafar Ibn Muhammad
Date : 816
School: arabian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: unknown
Description: The world is schematically represented in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean, Persian gulf
deeply runs into a land with Red and Arabian by seas, from the West Mediterranean with Black
and Azov by seas. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 203 (.50-59), 262
15.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Al Istakhr
Date : 934
School: arabian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: unknown
Description: The world is schematically represented in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean, Persian gulf
deeply runs into a land with Red and Arabian by seas, from the West Mediterranean with Black
and Azov by seas. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 77 (.2, . 112-115, 121-22, 127, Fig. 5.3, 5.15, PL.7), 98 (9-30), 203 (.50-59), 261
16.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Al Istakhr
Date : 1193
School: arabian
Sizes: 415 x 300 mm
Site: Netherlands, University Library Leiden, Ms. Or. 3101
Description: The world is schematically represented in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean, Persian gulf
deeply runs into a land with Red and Arabian by seas, from the West Mediterranean with Black
and Azov by seas. It is focused to the South.
From: Kitab al-Masalik wa-al-Mamalik. Arabisch. Handschrift op papier, 117 ff.
Sources: 203 (.50-59), 261, 280
17.
Name: Arabian Map of the World
Author: Al Istakhr
Date : c.
School: arabian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Egypt, Cairo, The Egyptian National Library
Description: Schematical map of the World. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 183 (.8-9), 203 (.50-59)
18.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Hawqal
Date : 980
School: arabian
Sizes: 350 x 430 mm
Site: Turkey, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum, Sarayi Muzesi Kutuphanesi, A. 3343
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, manuscript, MS. Arabe 2214, fols. 52v-53.
Description: The schematical image of the World in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean. Persian gulf
runs into a land (from the South), from the West Mediterranean sea with Black and Azov. It is
focused to the North.
Sources: 13 (.451-455), 77 (.2, . 111-115, 117, 122, 144-45, Figures 5.16., 6.3), 93 (.55-56), 203 (.
50-59, . XXVII), 224, 299
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CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

19.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Ibn Wardi, Omar
Date : 1001
School: arabian
Sizes: 165 mm in diametr
Site: unknown
Description: The world is schematically represented in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean, Persian gulf
deeply runs into a land with Red and Arabian by seas, from the West Mediterranean with Black
and Azov by seas. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 203 (50-59), 261, 301
20.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Ibn Wardi, Omar
Date : I c., It is known in a copy VII c.
School: arabian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: unknown
Description: The world is schematically represented in the form of a disk surrounded by ocean, Persian gulf
deeply runs into a land with Red and Arabian by seas, from the West Mediterranean with Black
and Azov by seas. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 203 (50-59), 261
21.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Abu Raihan Mohammad Ibn Ahmad al-Biruni
Date : 1029
School: arabian
Sizes: 95 mm in diametr
Site: England, London, the British library, MS. Or. 8349, fol. 58a
Description: So-called a map of seven seas . It is focused to the South.
Sources: 77 (.2, .141-142), 203 (50-59), 261, 302
22.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Al-Kashghari
Date : 1076
School: arabian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Turkey, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum, Millet Genel Kutuphansesi, Ali Emiri 4189
Description: From: Diwan lughat al Turk, 1076. The East Europe, the Central Asia, China and Northern
Africa is represented. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 77 (.2, .153), 203 (50-59), 261, 300

23.
Name: Planisphera
Author: Paolo Orosio
Date : XI c., Monaco
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Germany, Munchen, Bayerische StaatsBibliotek, clm 10058, f.154v
Description: Asia borrows the top half, the Europe and Africa - two bottom quarters. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 229

24.
Name: according to Cosmas Indicopleustes
Author: Cosmas Indicopleustes
Date : XI c., Athos
School: It is possible to carry to so-called maps of T-O type
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Florence, Bibilioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Plut. 9,28, fol.92v-93
Description: Map from the manuscript Topographia Christiana, XI c., Athos, displaying a structure of the
World under the Christian doctrine.
Sources: 13 (.1, .273-303), 23 (.91-102), 77 (.1, .261-263, 319, 348), 116, 203 (.36), 234, 298

24
UP TO 1500

25.
Name: Anglo-Saxon Mappa Mundi
Author: unknown
Date : XI c.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Cotton MS Tiberius BV G.56v
Description: It is focused to the east, from manuscript XI c.
Sources: 203 (.36)

26.
Name: Tabula Peutingeriana
Author: unknown
Date : end XII - beg.XIII cc.
School: The Roman road maps
Sizes: 11 sheets of parchment glued in a tape, 340 mm 6,75 m
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, manuscripti segmentorum, Codex
Vindobonensis 324
Description: Displays the roads, the largest cities, ferries and distances between them.
Sources: 203 (.32-34), 214 (.287-315), 290

27.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Henry of Mainz
Date : about 1110
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 295 205 mm
Site: England, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS. 66, p. 2
Description: It is focused to the east
Sources: 13 (.2, .563-567, 614-617), 15 (3), 46 (25.3), 73, 77 (.1, . 312, 327-28, 340-41, 349),
78, 87, 180, 198, 243, 303, 304
28.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Guido of Pisa
Date : 1119
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 130 mm in diametr
Site: Belgium, Bruxelles, Bibliotheque Royale Albert Ier (Royal Library of Belgium) MS. 3897-
3919, (cat. 3095), fol. 53v., f.55v
Description: The schematic image of the World - Asia borrows the top half, the Europe and Africa - two
bottom quarters. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 13 (.3, .632-633), 46 (25.2), 77 (.1, .327-328, 348), 118 (.3, .54-57), 198 (.104), 230,
245, 317

29.
Name: Map of the World (mappamundi)
Author: unknown
Date : 1130-1135, North France
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Monaco, state library, MS Clm, 10058, F.154v
Description: Asia borrows the top half, the Europe and Africa - two bottom quarters. It is focused to the
East
Sources: 235

30.
Name: Fragment of a rectangular map of the World
Author: Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris
Date : 1153
School: arabian
Sizes: 325 x 230 mm
Site: Bulgaria, Soa, Narodna Biblioteka Sv. Sv. Kiril i Metodii (NBKM): OR 3198, fol. 250v-
251r
Description: Aegean sea, Dardanelless and Bosporus is represented. It is focused to the South.
Sources: 203 (.50-59), 217, 288, 338
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CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

31.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris
Date : 1154
School: arabian
Sizes: 540 640 mm
Site: England, Oxford, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, (MS. Pococke 375, fols. 3c-4r)
Description: It is focused to the South
Sources: 13 (.3, .532-533), 19 (.23, 149), 77 (.2, 154-174), 68 (.160), 93 (.57-59), 102 (.87-88),
198 (.78-81), 203 (.50-59), 211, 217, 227, 248, 257, 317, 350

32.
Name: Map of the World, rectangular
Author: Abu Abdallah Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Ibn AbdallahIbn Idris
Date : 1192
School: arabian
Sizes: 70 sheets
Site: Germany, Berlin, Pergamon Museum
Description: It is focused to the South.
Sources: 13 (.3, .532-533), 19 (.23, 149), 77 (.2, .154-174), 68 (.160), 93 (.57-59), 102 (.87-88),
198 (.78-81), 203 (.50-59), 211, 217, 227, 248, 257, 317, 350
33.
Name: Psalter Map Manuscript
Author: unknown
Date : 1225
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: map is 85 mm in diametr
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. MS. 28681, fol. 9r
Description: In the center Jerusalem is represented. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 11, 12, 15, 20, 21, 22, 46 (49.8), 55 (. 7; 17-18, pl. 2), 73 (.32), 77 (.1, g. 18.63), 90
(3.5:998), 118 (3:37), 121 (.2), 158, 174, 175, 183 (.10), 203 (. XVIII), 238, 317

34.
Name: Ebstorf map
Author: Gervase of Tilbury
Date : 1234
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 3580 3560 mm
Site: Saved in Museum of the Historical Society of Lower Saxony in Hanover, Germany where
it remained until 1888, original became a casualty of the bombing in 1943 over Hanover
Germany during World War II, The copy was kept.
Description: In the center Jerusalem is represented. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 14 (.28-32), 66 (.29-31,51, 104), 77 (.1, 307-310, 351), 79 (.19, 28, 30), 145, 203 (.36-49,
.), 256, 258
35.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Matthew Paris
Date : 1250
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 348 236 mm
Site: England, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS. 26, p. 284
England, London, the British library, Cotton MS. Nero D.V., fol. 1v
Description: From: Chronica majora. Mattfhew Paris. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 15, 46 (54.1), 118 (3:70), 174 (.28), 203 (.42), 317

36.
Name: Hereford map
Author: Richard de Bello
Date : about 1280, England
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 1320 mm in diametr
Site: England, Hereford, Hereford Cathedral
Description: In the center Jerusalem is represented. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 13 (.528-529), 41, 77 (.1, .207, 288, 309, 312, 330-331, 340-342), 119, 120, 203 (.36-49),
228, 270, 305, 366

26
UP TO 1500

37.
Name: Carta pisana
Author: unknown
Date : 1290
School: Italian
Sizes: 500 1050 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge 1118
Description: Oldest of the kept charts-portolans
Sources: 113, 203, 246

38.
Name: Sarmatia Europae.of C.Ptolemaeus
Author: Planudes Maximus
Date : XIII c.
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 333 x 250 (360 267) mm
Site: Greece, Athon, Vatopedi, Cod. 655
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library - copy
Description: The map is made for a hand-written copy of Geography C.Ptolemaeus
Sources: 109 (.18-19), 203 (.9, 30)

39.
Name: Portolan
Author: Vesconte Pietro
Date : 1311
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, ASFir, 1
Description: The rst dated a map-portolan. Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas,wWind roses with lines of
rhumbs, linear scale.
Sources: 242

40.
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Vesconte Pietro
Date : 1313
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 480 x 400 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge DD 687.
Description: The oldest, from kept, the collection of sea charts (from 6 maps). One of maps displays of
Black and Azov seas, lines of rhumbs.
Sources: 183, 203

41.
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Vesconte Pietro
Date : 1318
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 200 190 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 28
Description: From the collection of sea charts, map 2
Sources: 206, 219

42.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Vesconte Pietro
Date : 1321
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 350 mm in diametr
Site: France, Lyon, Bibliotheque municipale de Lyon, Fonds jesuite, MS. N 175 [107], f.5-6
Description: One of maps of the collection from 7 maps. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 13 (.477, 520), 19 (.24, 54, 154), 20 (.25), 29 (.1), 46 (54.4-54.13), 66 (.13), 77 (.1,
. 314, 316, 328, 333, 355, 357, 473, g.18.76, pl.16), 79 (. 35, 49, 79), 93 (.138), 118
(3:132), 128 (. 42-45, pl.15), 129 (.51, 64), 203 (. 64-66, . XXXIV, XXXV), 245, 317

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CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

43.
Name: Maritime Atlas, so-called Atlas Luxoro
Author: unknown (attributed to Vesconte Pietro)
Date : beg. XlVc.
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 157 x 112 mm
Site: Italy, Genova, Biblioteca Civica Berio, m.r. Cf. Arm.2
Description: One of charts-portolans of Black sea. The atlas is known by name its rst owner - in 1882 it
belonged to professor Luxoro mm.
Sources: 130, 203, 215, 284
44.
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea
Author: unknown
Date : second quarter of XlV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: 640 x 930 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 1912 (=10057)
Description: One of rst charts-portolans of Mediterranean and Black sea, are represented wind roses,
compass lines.
Sources: 253
45.
Name: Portolan
Author: Dulcert Angelino
Date : 1339
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 750 x 1020 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge B 696.
Italy, Firenze,coll.Pr. Filippo Corsini
Description: The most detailed for that time a map-portolan, represents region of Mediterranean sea
(including Black sea) from Northern Europe up to Northern Africa
Sources: 69 (2, 14), 82, 103 (.1-2, pl.7), 104 (7), 130, 203 (.68), 209, 215, 249, 317, 356
46.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Canistris, Opicinus de
Date : 1335
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Lat. 1993, 6435
Description: Maps by Canistris - freakish antropomorphic prospects in geography, cartography and religion,
style which should become the popular form social and political commentary in 17- 19 cc.
Sources: 6, 69 (.330, Pl.11.2), 76 (.110-115), 77 (.1, .3), 146, 147, 148, 203 (.72), 306
47.
Name: Map of the World from Polychronicon
Author: Higden, Ranulf
Date : 1350, Stamford, England (It is known in authors copies in manuscripts XIV c.)
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: 320 x 220 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 132, fol. 4v
England, London, the British library, ROYAL MS 14 c., IX, foll 1v-2
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Manuscrits, Latin 4922, f. 2.
Description: One of late maps of type T-O, in the top half is represented Asia, in two bottom quarters - the
Europe and Africa, in the center Jerusalem, It is focused to the east.
Sources: 8, 10 (pl. 20), 12 (48, .7-8), 16 (xlv-xlvi), 46 (. 149-160, pl. XIV, pl. XV, 47, 47.1, 47.2,
47.3), 61 (.1-18), 70 (.1, .61), 75, 77 (.1, . 312-13, 325, 327, 348, 352-53, pl.15), 79
(.37, pl.26), 88 (pl.XIII, g.5-6), 90 (4.2:1265, 4.2:1266, vol.IV, fasc. II, f.1263-1269; fasc.III,
f.1381, 1382), 93 (.182, 186), 107, 118 (.2, pl. XIV-XV; III, 94-109, g. 34-37, 3:95, 3:96),
135, 149, 151, 166, 180, 197, 203 (.35-49, .XXI., .6), 243, 266, 317

48.
Name: Map of the World
Author: unknown
Date : 1351
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Florence, Bibilioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Gaddiano 9, Tav.2
Description: The earliest map of the World in style of a sea chart from Atlas Medici consisting of 8 maps.
Sources: 13 (.3, .439), 94, 85, 203 (.XXXVI), 306
28
UP TO 1500

49.
Name: Chart
Author: Pizigani Francesco
Date : 1367
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. Ser. n.4676 - copy
Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, show XVI
Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina
Description: Fragments of a map. So-called Pope Urbans map. The region of Mediterranean sea with
Black and Azov by seas and the Atlantic coast of the Europe is represented.
Sources: 141 (.74), 205, 209, 210, 215, 216, 220, 225, 267, 364, 369

50.
Name: Map of the World from Chronicles of St. Denis
Author: unknown
Date : 1364-1372
School: Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve, Paris Library of Congress
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress (Santarems Atlas compose de mappe mondes. . .)
Description: It is focused to the east.
Sources: 23 (.127), 46 (50.19), 307

51.
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Pizigani Francesco
Date : 1373
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 125 x 151 mm
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, SP 10, n.29, f. lv-Ir
Description: Once from 5 maps of collected maps, Reects region of Black sea. Wind roses and compass
lines.
Sources: 209, 215, 269

52.
Name: Map of the World from the Catalan Atlas
Author: probably Cresques Abraham
Date : 1375
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: The map consists of 8 sheets 650 500 mm. The full size 650 3000 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Espagnol 30
Description: Black sea is represented by 4 sheet
Sources: 25, 26 (.22), 34, 39 (.3), 55 (.20-22), 59, 71, 77 (.1, .314-315, pl.17, pl.32, g. 18.77), 101
(401f), 110 (.20), 111 (.18), 120 (.4-6, 53), 122 (.33-35), 127 (6f), 150 (ii, .32-33), 168,
196(.17), 200 (17-27), 203 (. XL, . XXXVII-XXXIX), 215, 244, 317

53.
Name: Chart
Author: Soleri Guillelmus
Date : 1385
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 1020 650 mm, paper
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res Ge B1131
Description: Possibly authors copy on a paper.
Sources: 130 (pl.18), 215, 334

54.
Name: Chart
Author: Soleri Guillelmus
Date : 1385
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, AS,3
Description: It is shown Mediterranean and Black seas, ags, wind roses, cities.
Sources: 104 (9), 183, 215, 221, 334
29
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

55. The image is absent


Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: unknown
Date editions: XlV c. (1384-1410)
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. Ms. 19.510
Description: Tipical the map-portolan Black and sea of Azov with a designation of cities and ags of the
grounds, wind roses. So-called map Pinelli-Walcknaer
Sources: 82, 215

56. The image is absent


Name: Map of the Black and Marmara seas
Author: Pasqualini Nicolo
Date : 1408
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, f.5v-6r Codex 410
Description: One of 6 maps of the atlas. Typical portolan with wind roses and compass lines, noted cities,
ags of the grounds are shown.
Sources: 209, 215

57.
Name: Chart
Author: Virga, Albertin de
Date : 1409
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge D7900
Description: Typical portolan the Mediterranean and Black seas.
Sources: 77 (.1), 103 (11), 183, 203 (.72), 215

58.
Name: Chart (Planisphera)
Author: Viladestes, Mecia de
Date : 1413
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 850 x 1180 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge AA 566
Description: Chart the Northeast part of Atlantic ocean, Mediterranean sea, Black sea, Red sea, a part of
Caspian sea, Persian gulf and Baltic sea.
Sources: 103 (12), 176, 183, 215, 247, 335, 361

59. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Tancali Ahmed
Date : 1413-1414
School: turkish
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Turkey, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum, H. 1823
Description: It is shown Mediterranean and Black seas, Atlantic, Northern Africa, roses of a compass.
Sources: 136, 215

60.
Name: Map of the World Borgia
Author: unknown
Date : 1410-1458
School: The map concerns to so-called type of T-O maps
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borgiano XVI Velletri (galerie)
Description: It is focused to the South, it is engraved on a steel plate. Belonged Borgia Stefano.
Sources: 46 (pl. XXIX, . 239-241. 53.1), 66 (g. 2.12, . 23, 48-49, 103, 109, 186), 77 (.1, g. 18.34),
90 (5:1493), 92 (.80-81), 93 (.108, 183), 107 (.143), 110 (.20), 118, 194, 203 (.72-76), 308

30
UP TO 1500

61.
Name: Map of the World according to Ptolemaeus
Author: Noha, Pirrus de
Date : 1414
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 180 x 270 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Archivio di San Pietro, H. 31, fol. 8r
Description: One of maps of the World, created on the basis of maps by Ptolemaeus for an illustration of its
Geography.
Sources: 77 (.1, . 317, 357, 358, 379, plate 19), 79 (.51-52), 203 (. 70, . XLI), 317

62.
Name: Map of the World with a calendar
Author: Virga, Albertin de
Date : 1411-1415
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 696 x 440 mm
Site: unknown. The map is lost. Up to 1912 was in collection Dr. Albert Figdor from Viena (Austria)
Description: Round map of the world with an astronomical calendar
Sources: 32, 46 (.205-207), 95, 58, 203, 291, 292, 309, 360

63.
Name: Chart
Author: Francesco de Cesanis
Date : 1421
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 13.
Description: Tipical a map-portolan. On a map it is represented Mediterranean, Black, Azov seas, Atlantic,
Northern Africa, wind rouses, ags
Sources: 136, 215

64.
Name: Chart
Author: Giroldi, Gacomo de
Date : 1422, Venezia
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 880 510 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge C5088
Description: Tipical a map-portolan with the image of the Mediterranean and Black seas, wind roses,
compass lines.
Sources: 105 (15), 183, 215

65. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Viladestes, Mecia de
Date : 1423
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Florence, Bibilioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Ashb, 1802
Description: Tipical a map-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas with the image of ags, cities and
the rivers.
Sources: 209, 215

66.
Name: Chart
Author: Pizzigano Giovanni
Date : 22 August 1424
School: Portugalian
Sizes: 880 560 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: Tipical the map-portolan
Sources: 35, 36, 65, 224, 271, 272, 294, 295, 324, 344, 365

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CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

67. The image is absent


Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Giroldi, Gacomo de
Date : 1426
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 6 charts
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, MSS, IL VI, 312, Tav. I
Description: Map from the collection of sea charts from 6 charts. Tipical a map-portolan of Black sea with
the image of wind roses, compass lines.
Sources: 209, 215

68. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Villadestes, Johannes de
Date : 1428
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Turkey, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum, H. 1826
Description: Mediterranean, Black, Azov seas, Atlantic, Northern Africa, the image it is decorated by ags,
cities are signed
Sources: 136, 215

69.
Name: Map of the Mediterranean and Red seas with the adjoining grounds
Author: unknown
Date : 1428
School: It is not certain
Sizes: 305 x 368 mm
Site: unknown
Description: Inuence of ideas of Geography C.Ptolemaeus is visible
Sources: 333

70.
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea
Author: unknown
Date : 1430
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 40
Description:
Sources: 215

71.
Name: Map of the Sacred ground
Author: Gregorio Dati
Date : 1435
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Book format
Site: England, London, The British Museum, Add/Ms, 22329;
Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod Chig. M V1I.146 f.14v-15r; idVII. 148 VIII.
169;
Cod.Barb.Lat, 4016, f.15v-16r: id.3967; id.4005; Cod. Borg.Lat.539, f.16v-17r.
Description: Illustration to the geographical treatise in verses La Sfera, attributed Leonardo Dati. Below
on the left page east part of Black sea is shown.
Sources: 130 (pl.2-3), 203, 215, 288, 337

72.
Name: Round map of the World
Author: Bianco Andrea
Date : 1436, England
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: diametr 225 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Fondo Antico 76(=4783), Tav.2
Description: One of 7 maps in collection portolans. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 17, 18 (.129), 24 (.126-127), 30 (.87-104), 46 (54.16), 77 (.1, .317, 412-414, 432, 440-
442), 79 (.52, 68), 93 (.184, 198-201), 129 (.34, 52, 53, 65), 161 (. 107-239, pl.VI), 203
(.72-74), 209, 215, 226, 241, 310, 325, 363
32
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73.
Name: Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Bianco Andrea
Date : 1436, England
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 260x380 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Fondo Antico 76(=4783), Tav.2
Description: Portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas, coast from Baltic up to Northern Africa. One
of 7 maps from the collection of portolans.
Sources: 17, 18 (.129), 24 (.126-127), 30 (.87-104), 46 (54.16), 77 (.1, .317, 412-414, 432, 440-
442), 79 (.52, 68), 93 (.184, 198-201), 129 (.34, 52, 53, 65), 161 (. 107-239, pl.VI), 203
(.72-74), 209, 215, 226, 241, 310, 325, 363
74.
Name: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus
Author: Bianco Andrea
Date : 1436, England
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 260 x 380 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Fondo Antico 76(=4783), Tav.2
Description: One of the rst maps in conic projection by C.Ptolemaeus from the collection from 7 maps (see
also maps 73, 74)
Sources: 17, 18 (.129), 24 (.126-127), 30 (.87-104), 46 (54.16), 77 (.1, .317, 412-414, 432, 440-
442), 79 (.52, 68), 93 (.184, 198-201), 129 (.34, 52, 53, 65), 161 (. 107-239, pl.VI), 203
(.72-74), 209, 215, 226, 241, 310, 325, 363
75. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Valsecha, Gabriel de
Date : 1439
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 750 x 1000 mm
Site: Spain, Barcelona, Museu Maritim, inv. 3236
Description: Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, the seas of Black and Azov, Atlantic coast of the Europe
and Northern Africa.
Sources: 7, 215, 367
76. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Valsecha, Gabriel de
Date : 1439
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, c.n. 4
Description: Chart-portolan the Mediterranean and Black seas, wind roses, cities, ags.
Sources: 209, 215
77.
Name: Vinland map
Author: unknown
Date : 1440
School: It is not certain
Sizes: 278 x 410 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library
Description: map of the World with the image of passage Labrador (Sowing. America)
Sources: 28 (.829-833), 39 (.43-44), 86, 96, 106, 117, 115, 134, 143, 155, 160, 161, 167, 172, 178,
179, 180, 193, 289, 317, 345

78.
Name: Map of the World (Mapa Mondi Figura Mondi)
Author: Leardo Giovanni
Date : 1442, Venezia
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 585 x 725 mm
Site: Italy, Vicenza, Biblioteca Civica Bertoliana, Ms 3119(1448)
USA, WI, Milwaukee, American Geographical Society Collection, University of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee Library
Description: It is focused to the east.
Sources: 24 (21), 38, 46 (52.7, 52.8, 52.9), 49, 50, 63 (pl.4, 17, no.7), 77 (.1, . 316-318, 327, 336,
338, 358, pl.20), 161, 198, 199, 203 (.72), 311
33
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

79. The image is absent


Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Giroldi, Gacomo de
Date : 1443
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, SP II 38, f.5v-6r
Description: Chart of Black sea, One of 5 maps of the collection of sea charts.
Sources: 209, 215

80. The image is absent


Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: unknown (Giroldi, Gacomo de?)
Date : 1446 (1450)
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod. Rossiano 676
Description: From the collection of the sea charts, consisting of 5 maps, a map 4
Sources: 1, 215

81.
Name: Chart
Author: Valsecha, Gabriel de
Date : 1447
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 580 930 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res Ge C4607
Description: Tipical a map-portolan of Mediterranean and Black sea, it is decorated by ags and the arms
Sources: 77, 105, 183, 215, 240

82.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Walsperger Andreas
Date : 1448, Constance, Germany
School: It is not certain
Sizes: 425 mm in diametr
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Pal. Lat. 1 362 B
Description: It is focused to the South.
Sources: 2 (.30-31, pl. XII), 39 (.51), 46 (pl. XXXI, 52.10), 48 (. 209-213, pl. XV), 62 (.91-93),
77 (.1, . 316, 317, 325, 327, 358, pl.21), 75, 93 (.188, 198), 99, 100, 107 (.147), 118, 135,
161 (. 113, 118, 127, 131-134), 182, 186, 194, 203 (.72), 312, 327

83.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Leardo Giovanni
Date : 1448, Venezia
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Book format
Site: Italy, Vicenza, Biblioteca Civica Bertoliana, 598a
Description: It is focused to the east.
Sources: 23 (21), 38, 46 (52.7, 52.8, 52.9), 49, 50, 77 (.1, 316-318, 327, 336, 338, 358, pl.20), 63
(pl.4, 17, no.7), 161, 198, 199, 203 (.72), 311

84. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Bianco Andrea
Date : 1448
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, F260, Inf.,carta2
Description: Portolan of Mediterranean and Black sea with wind roses and compass lines.
Sources: 209, 215

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85. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: unknown (workshop of Fra Mauro)
Date : 1450
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borgiano V
Description: Portolan of Black sea with wind roses and compass lines.
Sources: 1, 215

86. The image is absent


Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: unknown, author is probably Giroldi, Gacomo de
Date : 1452
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod. Lat 9015, f.1v-2r
Description: Tipical the map-portolan of Black sea with wind roses and compass lines.
Sources: 1 (43-44), 209, 215

87.
Name: Catalan map of the World
Author: unknown
Date : 1450-1460
School: Catalanian
Sizes: 1130 mm in diametr
Site: Italy, Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, Antico Fondo Estense C.G.A.1.
Description: Map of the known World for that time.
Sources: 39 (.51), 46 (52.10), 62 (.91-93), 77 (.1, . 316, 317, 325, 327, 358, pl.21), 93 (.188, 198),
161 (. 113, 118, 127, 131-134), 203 (.72), 282, 312

88.
Name: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean, Northern Atlantic and Black sea
Author: Bertran Jacobo and Ripol Berenguer
Date : 1456, Barselona
School: Catalanian, Barselona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, Neg No: 3089
Description: Tipical a map-portolan
Sources: 258, 340, 346
89.
Name: The Genoese Map
Author: unknown, authorship sometimes attribute Toscanelli, Paolo dal Pozzo
Date : 1457
School: Italian
Sizes: 395 x 820 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Port. 1
Description: Unusual to maps the oval form. Last data of the European travellers to India and China are
considered.
Sources: 19 (.115), 39 (.51-54), 46 (52.13, pl. XXXIV), 66 (. 46, 48, 49, 161, 186, 207, g. 2.8), 73
(.38), 77 (.1, g. 18.23), 90 (5:1495), 93 (.196-197), 110 (.21), 139 (pl. 7), 161 (. 113, 127,
131-34), 203 (.75, . D), 313
90.
Name: Map of the World (Mappamundi)
Author: Fra Mauro
Date : 1459
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 1960 mm in diametr, on 48 sheets
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Pal. D n. inv. 106173
Description: It is focused to the South. Contains the fullest information about the World for that time.
Sources: 2 (.1, 32ff, pl. XXX), 3, 4 (.289-311), 5, 12 (48), 18 (.130-131), 19 (.52, 115), 26 (.21),
33 (.336-338), 37 (.35-54), 39 (.4), 40 (.3, .57-64), 45, 46 (52.14, pl.XXXV), 52 (.117-
197), 60, 64, 75, 77 (.314-316, pl.18), 81 (.IV, 36-46, 165-167, 383), 83 (.78-80), 90
(5.1:1495-1496), 91 (. I, .374-387), 93 (.117-119, 196-204), 102 (.186-189), 103 (.II,
.122-136), 107 (.159), 110 (.19), 126 (.12-14, pl.4), 127 (6f, 12f), 129, 130, 133, 135, 145,
152, 154, 157, 159, 173, 181, 185, 188, 196, 201, 202, 203, 260, 317
35
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

91.
Name: Chart
Author: Fra Mauro
Date : 1459
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borgiano V
Description: Mediterranean and Black sea, horography, cities, wind roses, legends.
Sources: 103, 203, 209, 215

92.
Name: Map by Conte
Author: Freducci Conte di Ottomano
Date : 1460, Ancona
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Germany, Weimar, Staats bibliothek Zentral bib. der deutschen klassik
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas.
Sources: 203, 215

93.
Name: Chart
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1461, Ancona
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, c.n. 5
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas with the image of wind roses
Sources: 203, 209, 215

94.
Name: Chart
Author: Roselli Petrus
Date : 1462-1463
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 530 830 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge C5090
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas with the image of ags, wind roses,
compass lines.
Sources: 105, 183, 203 (.72), 215, 222

95. The image is absent


Name: Collection of portolans
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1463, Venezia
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 5 maps, color
Site: England, London, the British library, Add 18454
Description: The collection contains ve color maps of the Mediterranean and Black seas, with coasts of
Northwest Africa, Spain, France and British isles.
Sources: 263

96. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Roselli Petrus
Date : 1464
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Germany, Nurnberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, La 4017
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas with the image of ags, wind roses,
compass lines
Sources: 192, 215

36
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97.
Name: Capital letter in Natural History, Pliny
Author: unknown
Date : 1465, Florence
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Miniature
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, MS V.A. 3
Description: Capital letter in the form of a round map of the World in the manuscript published in Florence
Sources: 237

98.
Name: Chart
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1465
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Vicenza, Biblioteca Civica Bertoliana
Description: Tipical the map-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Sources: 273, 279, 352, 353

99.
Name: Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Europe and Northern Africa
Author: Roselli Petrus
Date : 1466, Mallorca
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 940 x 540 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: Tipical the map-portolan with ags
Sources: 223, 293, 324

100.
Name: Map of Mediterranean sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1466, Venezia
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 442 346 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge DD 2779
Description: map-portolan from the collection containing 5 maps
Sources: 264

101.
Name: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms.V.F.32 (cc.71v-72r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466
Map of the World of C.Ptolemaeus, Executed in the rst trapezoid projection for its edition
Geography. Inuence of this map noticeably in many subsequent editions Geography.
Sources: 277, 288

102.
Name: Europe tabula octava. Octava Europe Tabula continet Sarmatiam que in ea sunt et Tauricam
Chersonesum
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms. V. F. 32 (cc.87v-88r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466.
Regional map of the Europe 5. Includes Sarmatia and Chersonese Taurian. Northern coast of
Black sea, peninsula Crimea and sea of Azov is shown.
Sources: 277, 288
37
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103.
Name: Europe tabula nona. Nona Europe Tabula continet Jaziges Methanastas, Dacia utramque
Mysiam, Traciam et Chersonesum
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms. V. F. 32 (cc.89v-90r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466
Regional map of the Europe 9. Includes the Balkans and East coast of Black sea.
Sources: 277, 288
104.
Name: Asie maioris tabule duodecim. Prima Asie Tabula continet Pontus et Bythjniam et regionem
que proprie Asia dicitur ac Licyam et Gallaciam ac Pamphyliam et Cappadociam et Ciliciam
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms. V. F. 32 (cc. 101v-102r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466
Regional map of Asia 1. Map of the Near East. The Southern part of Black sea, including
passage Bosporus is shown.
Sources: 277, 288
105.
Name: Asie tabula secunda. Secunda Asie Tabula continet Sarmatiam
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms. V. F. 32 (cc. 103v-104r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466
Regional map of Asia 2. Includes Sarmatia. The Northeast part of Black sea, Crimea and
completely sea of Azov, and also a part of Caspian sea is shown.
Sources: 277, 288
106.
Name: Asie tabula tertia. Tercia Asie Tabula continet Colchidem, Iberiam, Albaniam et Maiorem
Armenia
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1466
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Italy, Napoli Biblioteca Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III, ms. V. F. 32 (cc. 105v-106r)
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1466
Regional map of Asia 3. East part of Black sea, Caucasus, Armenia and the Western part of
Caspian sea is shown.
Sources: 277, 288
107.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Germani Nicolai
Date : 1467
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 430 x 300 mm
Site: Poland, Warszawa, Biblioteka Narodowa, BN BOZ 2/I-II mf. 443, 446.
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius: Cosmographia Claudii Ptolomaei Alexandrini, 1467
One of variants of the edition of a map of the world in Geography by C.Ptolemaeus.
Sources: 277, 288
108. The image is absent
Name: The collection of sea charts
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1467
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: 442 346 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge DD 1988
Description: 5 maps of Mediterranean sea, Black sea and a Northeast part of Atlantic ocean
Sources: 105, 215
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109.
Name: Chart of the Mediterranean
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1467, Rome
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: 432 343 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Add 11547 Ital. Folio.
Description: From collection of portolans consisting of 5 maps of the Mediterranean and Black seas.
Sources: 263
110. The image is absent
Name: collection of portolans consisting of 6 maps
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1468., Rome
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 31315
Description: 6 maps of coasts of the Black and Mediterranean seas and East Atlantic, wind roses
Sources: 263
111. The image is absent
Name: Chart of the World
Author: Roselli Petrus
Date : 1468
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: USA, NY, New York, The Hispanic Society of America, k.35
Description: Mediterranean and Black sea, the Europe, ags of possession and the grounds
Sources: 162, 215
112. The image is absent
Name: Map of East part Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1469
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, SP II 35c 1v-2r
Description: Chart-portolan of East part of Mediterranean sea including Black sea. Collection of 6 maps.
Sources: 209, 215
113.
Name: Chart coasts of the Europe
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1470, Ancona
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 31318 A
Description: Chart-portolan of coasts of the Europe, including Mediterranean and Black seas. Wind roses
Sources: 323

114.
Name: The Genoese Map of the World
Author: unknown. The authorship is attributed to Toscanelli, Paolo dal Pozzo. Copy (show 89)
Date : 1470
School: Italian
Sizes: 395 820 mm
Site: unknown
Description:
Sources:
115.
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1471, Ancona
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod.Lat 9016, Tav.l
Description: One of 6 portolans from the collection with the image of wind roses, compass lines
Sources: 1, 209, 215

39
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

116.
Name: Map of East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1473
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 335 x 210 mm
Site: Italy, Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna, ms. 280.
Description: One of 6 charts-portolans from the collection
Sources: 329

117.
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1474
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Ukraine, Kyiv, National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv
Description: One of charts-portolans the collection of Mediterranean and Black sea.
Sources: 212, 215

118.
Name: Copy of a Ebsdorf map of the World 1235
Author: unknown
Date : 1475
School: original Belong to so-called maps of type T-O
Sizes: -
Site: unknown
Description: In the center of a map there is Jerusalem. It is focused to the east.
Sources: 237

119.
Name: Map of the World by C.Ptolemaeus
Author: unknown
Date : 1477, Bologna
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Pavia, Biblioteca Civica Borretta
Description: One of variants of Map of the World, from Ptolemaeuss Geography, 1477, Bologna
Sources: 232

120
Name: Prima Asiae Tabula
Author: unknown
Date : 1478, Rome
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: Two sheets a total area 380 x 550 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, Catalog, 243
Description: Regional map of Asia 1 from Geography by C.Ptolemaeus. The rst printed map on
territory of Turkey.
Sources: 331

121. The image is absent


Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1480
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 6 maps
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. 355, f.6r
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black sea from the collection of 6 maps. Wind roses, rivers are
represented
Sources: 209, 215

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122.
Name: Chart
Author: Cn, Albino de
Date : 1480
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Milano, Coll Conte Negri da Ollegio Roma (Societa Geograca Italiana)
Description:
Sources: 36, 142, 215

123.
Name: Map of the World
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus From so-called Wilton Codex (F. Berlinghieri,
Geography, Florence: Laurentii Nicolaus, 1480)
Sources: 74, 144, 266
124.
Name: Regional map of the Europe 5
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Ptolemaeuss Regional map of the Europe From Baltic up to Black sea (Sarmatia) from
so-called Wilton Codex (F.Berlinghieri, Geography, Florence: Laurentii Nicolaus, 1480)
Sources: 74, 144, 266

125.
Name: Regional map of the Europe 9
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Ptolemaeuss Regional map of the Europe The Balkan region (Dalmatia), the western part of
Black sea is shown. From so-called Wilton Codex F.Berlinghieri, Geography, Florence:
Laurentii Nicolaus, 1480.
Sources: 74, 144, 266

126.
Name: Regional map of Asia 1
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Ptolemaeuss Regional map of Asia, Region of the Asian part of Turkey, the southern part of
Black sea is shown. From so-called Wilton Codex F.Berlinghieri, Geography, Florence:
Laurentii Nicolaus, 1480
Sources: 74, 144, 266

127.
Name: Regional map of Asia 2
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Ptolemaeuss Regional map of Asia, Region of Asian part Sarmatia, sea of Azov and Crimea is
shown. From so-called Wilton Codex F.Berlinghieri, Geography, Florence: Laurentii
Nicolaus, 1480
Sources: 74, 144, 266
41
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

128.
Name: Regional map of Asia 3
Author: unknown
Date : 1480, Italy
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 375 440 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1092
Description: Ptolemaeuss Regional map of Asia, Region between Black and Caspian by seas, (Caucasus).
From Wilton Codex (F.Berlinghieri, Geography, Florence: Laurentii Nicolaus, 1480)
Sources: 74, 144, 266

129.
Name: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus
Author: Leonardus Hol
Date : 1482, Ulm
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 440 x 554 mm
Site: Finland, Helsinki, Helsinki University Library, The A. E. Nordenskiold Collection, N.Ink.5
Description: Ptolemaeuss map of the World. From the edition Cosmographie octavvs et vltimvs liber,
Ulm: Leonardus Hol, 1482.
Sources: 320, 340, 342

130. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Bertran Jacobo
Date : 1482
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, c.n. 6
Description: Tipical a map-portolan the Mediterranean and Black seas, Northern Africa with the image of
cities, ags
Sources: 103, 187, 209, 215

131.
Name: Chart
Author: Berlinghieri Francesco
Date : 1482, Florence
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, Auction , catalog 1998
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Sources: 332

132.
Name: Chart
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1482, Ancona
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna, Rot.3.
Description: Tipical a map-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas with the image of wind roses,
compass lines, the arms
Sources: 57, 215, 354, 358

133.
Name: Map of the World from Orbis Terrarum by Pomponius Mela
Author: unknown
Date : 1482, Venezia
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: Book format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Inc. Ven. 812, ff 1v-2r
Description: Reects the known World according to Pomponius Mela
Sources: 203 (.36)

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134.
Name: Tertia Asie tabula continet Colchide, Iberia, Albania & maiorem Armenia
Author: Leonardus Hol
Date : 1482, Ulm
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 365 x 470 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Description: Regional map of Asia with Colchis, Antalia and Armenia from C.Ptolemaeus Geography,
Ulm, 1482.
Sources: 274

135.
Name: Prima Asie Tabula
Author: Reger Johann
Date : 1486, Ulm
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 365 x 470 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Description: Regional map of Asia 1 from C.Ptolemaeus, Geography, Ulm, 1482.
Sources: 331

136. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : 1487
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato, port 7
Description: Tipical a map-portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas, Northern Africa with the image of
ags
Sources: 187, 215

137.
Name: Map of the World
Author: unknown
Date : 1485-1500, Venezia
School: Belong to so-called maps of T-O type.
Sizes: 175 mm in diametr
Site: Austria, Wien, Woldan Collection
Description: Jerusalem is in the center of a map
Sources: 156 (.13-14, plate 22), 195, 314

138.
Name: Chart
Author: Cn, Albino de
Date : 1489
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 800 x 1200 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota, Call Number: 1489 mCa
Description: Tipical a map-portolan
Sources: 274, 344

139.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Martellus Henricus
Date : 1489
Sizes: 1800 1200 mm
School: Ptolemy
Site: England, London, the British library, Additional Ms.15760, ff.68v-69r
Description: Displays the known World before discavered of America
Sources: 9 (.106), 39 (.71, 80-81), 46 (.229-233), 77 (.1, .187, 316), 79 (.52, 55, 69), 84 (.10),
108, 126 (.15-17), 140 (.66-67), 156 (. 16-17, XXIII, pl.4, pl.24), 161 (.155), 185 (.122),
170 (.450-459), 275, 276, 317, 336, 370
43
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140.
Name: Map of the World (Planisphera of second projection by C.Ptolemaeus)
Author: Martellus Henricus
Date : 1489
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 575 x 840 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magl. XIII, 16, ff. 88v-89r.
Description: Displays the known World before discavered of America
Sources: 9 (.106), 39 (.71, 80-81), 46 (.229-233), 77 (.1, .187, 316), 79 (.52, 55, 69), 84 (.10),
108, 126 (.15-17), 140 (.66-67), 156 (. 16-17, XXIII, pl.4, pl.24), 161 (.155), 185 (.122),
170 (.450-459), 275, 276, 317, 336, 370
141.
Name: Map of the World
Author: Martellus Henricus
Date : 1489
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 1800 1200 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library
Description: Displays the known World before discavered of America
Sources: 9 (.106), 39 (.71, 80-81), 46 (.229-233), 77 (.1, .187, 316), 79 (.52, 55, 69), 84 (.10),
108, 126 (.15-17), 140 (.66-67), 156 (. 16-17, XXIII, pl.4, pl.24), 161 (.155), 185 (.122),
170 (.450-459), 275, 276, 317, 336, 370
142.
Name: Map of the Central Europe (Sarmatia Europae)
Author: unknown
Date : 1490, Rome
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 350 450 mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: From: Cosmographia. Romae: Petrus de Turre, 1490.
Sources: 109 (.12-15)
143.
Name: Map of the Central Europe (Sarmatia terra in Europa), a copy
Author: Nicholas of Cusa
Date : 1491, Eichelstadt
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: Desktop format, Scale 1:6 500 000
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Belorusia, Minsk, National library of Belorusii
Description: From Geography by C.Ptolemaeus. This map Nicholas of Cusa has made in 1439; its draft
original was not kept. Almost 30 years later after its death Condrad Peutinger, the known
humanist, the passionate collector of ancient manuscripts, has got during one of the travel a
copper plate with Nikolas of Cusa not nished map. Probably, that Hans Burgkmajr has
nished an engraving. The map has been printed in 1491 in Eichelstadt and it is considered the
rst date the map engraved on copper.
Sources: 109 (.22-23), 204 (.27), 207

144.
Name: The Genoa map of the Europe and Northern Africa
Author: It is attributed of Columbus Christopher
Date : 1492
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 680 x 1100 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge AA 562
Description: On a map Atlantic, Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas, the Europe, Africa is represented.
Separately - a round map of the World with the center in Jerusalem.
Sources: 31, 39, 54, 105, 126 (.22-25), 176, 183, 215, 317, 355, 357
145.
Name: Chart
Author: Benincasa, Grazioso
Date : 1492, Bologna
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Bologna, Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna
Description: Typical a chart-portolan of the Mediterranean.
Sources: 231, 281
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146.
Name: Globe
Author: Behaim Martin
Date : 1492
Sizes: 507 mm in diametr
Site: Germany, Nurnberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum
Description: Oldest of the globes which have kept in the world. Displays the known World before
discavered of America.
Sources: 9 (. 106-107, plate LV), 19 (. 28, 61, 77, 115, 152, 192), 23 (. 98, 155, 183, 200), 39 (.4,
.61-63, 76), 42, 43, 45, 46 (52.18), 53, 55, 56, 66, 67, 72, 77 (.1, 8, 316, 413, 414), 79, 88, 89,
97, 114, 120, 123, 124, 125, 126, 129, 132, 138, 140, 153, 160, 161, 165, 169, 171, 173, 177,
185, 189, 191, 194, 196, 315
147.
Name: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus
Author: Rosselli Francesco
Date : 1492-1493
School: post Ptolemy, Italy
Sizes: 375 x 525 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Landau Finaly Planisfero Rosselli.BN MS Lat
Ms.Lat. 4802
Description: Displays the known World before discavered of America.
Sources: 276

148.
Name: Map of the Central Europe from Liber chronicarum by Schedel Hartmann
Author: Munzer Hieronimus
Date : 1493, Nuremberg
School: post Ptolemy
Sizes: 390 570 (470 640) mm, Scale 1:3 750 000,
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: The rst printed map showing territory of Germany
Sources: 112 (.16-17), 339

149.
Name: Secunda etas mundi
Author: Schedel Hartmann
Date : 1493
School: post Ptolemy
Sizes: 380 x 520 mm, area of a map 310 x 440 mm
Site: USA, Washington, Peabody Institute Library National Gallery of Art, D.C.
China, University Library, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Special
collections G3200 1493 S4
Description: Map of the World by Ptolemaeus from Liber Chronicarum, Schedel Hartmann.
Sources: 24 (no. 44, plate XII), 108 (.124), 156 (.18-19), 184 (.98-122), 197 (.136), 259, 316, 343

150. The image is absent


Name: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas.
Author: unknown
Date : 1493, Mallorca
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: 620 x 970 mm
Site: France, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares Son Vivot, Biblioteca Vivot
Description: Tipical a chart-portolan.
Sources: 367

151. The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Giorgio di Giovanni
Date : 1494
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n. 1622
Description: Mediterranean and Black seas. Wind roses
Sources: 57, 215

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CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

152.
Name: Chart
Author: Iehuda ben Zara
Date : 1497, Alexandria
School: Catalanian
Sizes: 925 x 670 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borgiano, VII
Description: Black sea, ags, wind roses, fortresses
Sources: 1, 209, 215, 368
153. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Freducci Conte di Ottomano
Date : 1497, Ancona
School: Italian, Ancona
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Germany, Wolfenbuttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Codex Guelf 99
Description: Mediterranean and Black seas, ags, wind roses, chorography
Sources: 130, 215
154. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Giroldi, Gacomo de
Date : beginning XV c.
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: USA, NY, New York, The Hispanic Society of America, K4
Description: Portolan Black sea with the image of wind roses
Sources: 51, 215
155.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : beginning XV c.
School: Italian, Venezia
Sizes: 300 x 380 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. VI 213 (=5982) c. 1 (ff.1v-2r)
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black sea, Aigaion Pelagos and East part of Mediterranean sea with the
image of wind roses from so-called Atlante Corbitis or Corbizzi
Sources: 209, 215, 252
156.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : end XV - beginning XVI cc
School: Italian
Sizes: 400 x 580 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. VI 203 (5631), tav.8
Description: Chart-portolan of the East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Sources: 209, 215, 254, 255
157.
Name: Chart
Author: Dulcert Angelino
Date : midle XlV c.
School: Catalanian, Mallorca
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Additional MS 25691
Description: Mediterranean and Black seas, Northern Africa, ags. The Cross notes city Rome in the center
of a map
Sources: 79, 215, 322
158. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : beginning XV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Portolano N16
Description: Mediterranean and Black seas, chorography, ags, cities, rivers, woods, governors
Sources: 209, 215
46
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159.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : The second quarter of XV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: 295 x 195 mm
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, SP II 36 3v-4r
Description: Black and East part of Mediterranean sea. Wind roses, cities, ags, the rivers
Sources: 209, 215, 270
160. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Primeriano Carlo
Date : XlV c.
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Pal. 765, f.35r-36v
Description: Black sea
Sources: 215
161.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : XIV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: 365 x 305 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MSS Vat. lat. 14207
Description: Black sea. Wind roses
Sources: 190, 215
162. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : end XlV c.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Lyon, Bibliotheque municipale de Lyon, Fonds jesuite, ms. N179[108],f.3
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black sea with the image of wind roses
Sources: 104, 105, 215
163. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : XV-XVI cc.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Sweden, Upsala, Uppsala University Library
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black and Azov seas, Mediterranean sea, Northern Africa with the image
of wind roses
Sources: 130, 215
164. The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : XV c.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod. Lat. 4807, f.l-44r
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black sea with the image of wind roses
Sources: 1, 208, 215
165.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : First half of XV c.
School: It is not certain
Sizes: 385 x 530 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 493 (=5077)
Description: Chart-portolan of the Black and Azov seas, Aigaion Pelagos with the image of compass lines
Sources: 251
47
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

166.
Name: Map of the Europe and Asia Minor
Author: unknown
Date : second part of XV c.
School: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 31318 B
Description: Chart-portolan of the Mediterranean
Sources: 323

167.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : XV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1548
Description: Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, Including the Europe with British isles and a part of
Scandinavia
Sources: 242

168.
Name: Map of the Europe by C.Ptolemaeus
Author: Planudes Maximus
Date : The edition Geography C.Ptolemaeus end XV-beginning XIV cc.
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
Description: The copy of map by Planudes Maximus, is made in XIII c., was located in many editions
Geography by C.Ptolemaeus
Sources: 203, 287, 330

169.
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : last quarter XV c.
School: Catalanian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Mantova, Comune di Mantova, Settore Attivita Culturali, Museali e Bibliotecarie,
Biblioteca Comunale Teresiana, ms. 1032
Description: Chart-portolan of the the Western Europe, Africa and a part of Asia
Sources: 285

170.
Name: Map of the World by C.Ptolemaeus
Author: unknown
Date : end XIV-beginning XVcc.
School: Ptolemy
Sizes: 407 x 291 mm
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, D 527 inf. cc.II, 119, I
Description: Map of the World from Geography by C.Ptolemaeus
Sources: 268

171.
Name: Chart
Author: Giovanni Carignano
Date : beginning XIV c.
School: Italian, Genova
Sizes: 920 600 mm
Site: Was lost in 1943. Was in Italy, Firenze, Archivio di Stato
Description: Chart-portolan.
Sources: 103, 130, 203 (.XXXIII), 215
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304. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/EMwebpages/215B.html
305. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/EMwebpages/226.html
306. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/230.html
307. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/234.html
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308. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/237.html
309. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/240.htm
310. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/241mono.html
311. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/242.html
312. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/245.html
313. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/248.html
314. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/255.html
315. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/258.html
316. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/260.html
317. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/LMwebpages/LML.html
318. http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/history/Mathematicians/Posidonius.html
319. http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/history/References/Eratosthenes.html
320. http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/1492.exhibit/b-Mediterranean/exp.horiz.html#world
321. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=3659&start=2&idx=2
322. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=3836&idx=1&start=1
323. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=3836&start=0&idx=1
324. http://www.info-indo.com/maps/02.htm
325. http://www.ingrm.it/geomag/bianco.htm
326. http://www.italica.rai.it/principali/dante/schede/orosio.htm
327. http://www.jever-online.de/fvbiblio/weltka.html
328. http://www.lib.byu.edu/~aldine/63Dionysius.html
329. http://www.librit.unibo.it/servlet/UniboOggetti/page/oggetti/lista/lista.html
330. http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/vatican/math.html
331. http://www.map-fair.com/
332. http://www.mapforum.com/03/marchauc.htm
333. http://www.maphist.nl/illustr.html
334. http://www.maplibrary.gr/Kythira_paper/Aegean.htm#Vesconte
335. http://www.maplibrary.gr/Kythira_paper/Mediterranean.htm#Dulcert
336. http://www.millersv.edu/~columbus/columbus.html
337. http://www.newberry.org/nl/smith/Mapline/94-95feature.htm
338. http://www.nlr.ru:8101/fonds/manuscripts/east.htm
339. http://www.nlr.ru:8101/fonds/rare/rare.htm
340. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/searchbin/searchs.pl?exhibit=it1706z&axis=1049805136&ash=true&dev=
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344. http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~cbauer/navigation2k3/keho/slideshow/pages/CanepaBig.htm
345. http://www.philsoc.org/1996Fall/2066minutes.html
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352. http://www.sapere.it/gr/ArticleViewServlet
353. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id20.html
354. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id26.html
355. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id27.html
356. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id_o93.html
357. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id_o95.html
358. http://www.sapere.it/tca/minisite/geograa/mondi_carta/id_o96.html
359. http://www.soc-dante-alighieri.it/10-pubblicazioni/hochfeiler/paradiso/person/orosio.htm
360. http://www.stub.unibe.ch/dach/ch/ch/summaries/e13c.html
361. http://www.sullacrestadellonda.it/cartograa/spagna3.htm
362. http://www.tashkent.uz/cmi/content.htm?short_name=/articles/science_and_culture/science/outstanding_scientists
363. http://www.tin.it/veniva/venetie/avv/avv04.htm
364. http://www.tin.it/veniva/venetie/essays/essay05/g02_5.htm
365. http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/news/local/8187620.htm?1c
366. http://www.usm.maine.edu/~maps/exhibit1/theme6.html
367. http://www.uv.es/~carmasma/feb-jul2002_archivos/feb-jul2002.htm
368. http://www.vaticanlibrary.vatlib.it/BAVT/home.asp?LANGUAGE=ita&DPT=gen
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CONTENTS

Introduction 59
The list of maps 62
Maps 69
Appendice:
Sources 125

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Introduction

The 16th century was the era of new global discoveries. But discoveries to the south and west of Europe. At the beginning
of the century, the entire attention of European cartography was focused on the active actions of Spain and Portugal in search of new
routes to Asia and new lands away from the Mediterranean, the center of civilization. A dramatic situation for Europe was develop-
ing on the Mediterranean. The trading routes were in the hands of the Ottoman Empire, namely in the hands of pirates who dictated
their terms for the trade between the East and the West.
In the late 15th century the political situation in the Black Sea coastal region changed considerably. On May 29, 1453, after
a 53-day siege the Turkish troops took Constantinople by assault, which led to the fall of the Byzantine Empire. The last Byzantine
Emperor Constantine XI the or Palaeologus was killed during the assault. As a result, the Ottoman Empire established control over
the Black Sea straits, which made their use by foreign ships and merchants extremely difcult. After that, the Turks began intensive
colonization of the Black Sea coast: settlements of migrant farmers were established, large Turkish garrisons positioned in coastal
cities. In the last quarter of the 15th century turkey carried out the expansion to the Black Sea northern coastal area: in 1475 the
Ottoman Empire Navy consisting of 370 ships set out for the Crimea, captured the Genoese cities of Kaffa (Theodosia), Kerch, and
Sudak. The coastland was included in the Ottoman Empire, the Crimean steppes were handed over to the Crimean Khan who ac-
cepted the vassalage of the Turkish Sultan. Powerful Turkish forts appeared on the Black Sea shores: Trabzon, Goni (at the site of
present-day Batumi), Sukhum-Kale (present-day Sukhumi, Bala-Dag (present-day Gagra), Taman.
Thus, by 1500 practically the entire Black Sea coast was included in the Ottoman Empire, excluding small sections of the
coast from the Dniester estuary to the Dnieper-Bug estuary and from Taman to Batumi. The Ottoman Empire regarding the Black
Sea as its inland sea and taking advantage of its total control over the Black Sea straits, prohibited the navigation across the Black
Sea for merchant ships of all countries except the Ottoman Empire, as well as the trade of foreign merchants. This resulted in a
sharp decline in the Black Sea Mediterranean trade of Genoese, Italian and other Western European merchants. Difculties also
arouse in the trade between Continental Europe and Asian countries, which compelled the Europeans to seek new routes to Asia, in
particular, around Africa.
The establishment of the Turkish control over the Black Sea made the Black Sea trade considerably more difcult for Rus-
sian merchants, too; restrictions were imposed on their trade in Kaffa, Azov; Russian merchants arriving to the Black Sea suffered
from the arbitrariness of Turkish ofcials. In 1492, the city of Ochakov was founded on the shores of the Dnieper-Bug estuary and
became a stronghold of the Turkish expansion on the northern coast of the Black Sea. As early as the late 15th century, after estab-
lishment of control over the Crimea, on the initiative of the Turkish Sultan Mehmed II, attempts were made to establish ofcial rela-
tions between the Ottoman Empire and Russia. On August 31, 1492, there appeared the rst known written document concerning
the Russian-Ottoman relations, a letter of the Turkish Sultan to the Russian Tzar Ivan III. In response to that letter, in 1493 a Russian
mission was sent to Turkey; however, the mission failed to reach Istanbul because of the opposition on the part of the Grand Duchy
of Lithuania. It was only in 1497 that the rst Russian embassy headed by M.A. Pleshcheev appeared in the capital of the Ottoman
Empire. The principal mission assigned to him was to bring the Russin Tzars message about the oppression of Russian merchants
and problems in trading on the Black Sea to the notice of the Turkish Sultan.
In general, the trade on the Black Sea was strictly regulated by the Ottoman Empire and was under its total control. Cus-
toms fees and market charges were imposed, which accounted for a considerable portion of Turkeys incomes. During that period,
Sinop and Trabzon became the centers of the Black Sea trade.
At the same time, merchants were gradually entitled to conduct trade on the Black Sea. In the 15th century such rights were
granted to merchants of Venice, Genoa, Dubrovnik. In 1535 the Ottoman Empire concluded a treaty of alliance with France. A trade
treaty was simultaneously concluded, a so-called capitul, or capitulations, which entitled French merchants to conduct free trade
in all Ottoman areas, including the Black Sea coastal areas. In addition, French merchants were granted immunity from the local
Turkish authorities: they fell within the jurisdiction of French consuls and agents who were to be accommodated in the Black Sea
ports of the Ottoman Empire.
In the 16th century the Ottoman Empire took active steps to build a sea eet. The eet was built with the assistance of
Venetian experts. The task was successfully implemented: nally a eet was built that included sail ships and galleys.
In the 16th century, combat ships of the Zaporozhian Cossacks began to appear and take active actions in the water areas
of the Black Sea. They carried out numerous raids on Ochakov; in 1538, the Cossacks attacked the fort and inicted considerable
damage on it; three years later, during a new raid, they destroyed the castle, captured and killed the sanjak (head) of the fort, his two
assistants and most guards. The next raid on Ochakov in 1545 was no less successful: the Cossacks in 32 boats approached the walls
of the city and destroyed and captured a lot of Turks. Repeated expeditions to the lower course of the Dnieper and the Black Sea
were conducted by the Cossack Hetman Dmitry Vishnevetsky. He went on expeditions to the Crimea, Azov, attempting, on the one
hand, to establish his own control over the coastland, and, on the other hand, to protect the southern Ukrainian lands against raids
of the Crimean Tatars. The mission to Kaffa of 1561 was one of the most successful. Interestingly, in the Sultans order to organize
a counterattack Dmitry Vishnevetsky was entitled the Captain, and 20 galleys were sent to the area of Kaffa to repel the attack.
Varna was also a target object of the Cossacks attacks; it was assaulted in 1587.
The Cossacks activities stirred up anxiety of the Turkish government, which turned to Rzeczpospolita with claims many
times. During that period Rzeczpospolita had fairly good relations with the Ottoman Empire and was in formal control of the Cos-
sack territories. Sultan Murad III reprimanded the Polish Ambassador to Istanbul many times for the Polish governments inability
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So, the 16th century was the period of ourishing of the Ottoman Empire. By the turn of the century the entire coast of the
Black Sea was under its control, and it became an inland sea of the Empire. Other countries were forced away from the Black Sea
coast and lost their rights to have a merchant eet or navy on the Black Sea, although they were struggling to gain access to it.
The 16th century was critical in the relations of Russia with the countries of Western Europe, which was caused by changes
both in the Russian state itself and in the Western European countries. The close attention of England, the Netherlands, Sweden,
Denmark, Poland and Lithuania to Russia was caused by numerous political, economic, and spiritual reasons. For the countries of
Western and Central Europe, the struggle against the Turkish threat was a matter of current concern, which required them to look for
new political and military allies at the eastern boundaries. The young bourgeoisie of the Western European countries were seeking
to enter the markets of Eastern Europe and the Baltic region, regarding them as an effective means of increasing their capitals. The
Reformation was the most signicant event in the spiritual life of the Europeans in the 16th century. It resulted not only in the rear-
rangement of the ecclesiastical life, formation of national churches, but also in the establishment of new views on the world and the
place of man in it. The Europeans became actively interested in the life in other counties. (Russia of the 16th century, pp. 3-4).
During that period, the Black Sea, in common with the Mediterranean, was conquered by Turkish pirates and controlled by
the Ottoman Empire.
All that was reected and became a background for new views of European cartographers on the Black Sea region. At
the same time, the enlightened Europe was making active use of ancient sources, such as Ptolemys maps, Herodotus and Strabo
accounts, as well as many other data to better understand the specic features of the development of that region situated on the
borderline between Europe and Asia. The border between Europe and Asia went right along the straits of Pontus Bosporus (now the
Bosporus) and Cimmerian Bosporus (now the Kerch-Yenikal Channel). That is why the Black Sea was represented on all maps of
Eastern Europe and Western Asia, regional maps of Europe and Asia, and, naturally, maps of the World.
As a consequence of the Ottoman Empire development and the capture of the water area of the Black Sea, Europe found
by-pass ways to Asia around Africa and to America. The 16th century is the period of Great Discoveries for Europe, and the entire
attention of cartographers was focused on the discoveries in Africa and Asia. That is why an ever-increasing number of maps of the
entire world were produced, and the publication of map collections was continued (at the end of the century, thanks to Merkator,
they became to be known as Atlases).
The printing technology was improving. The number of copies printed was growing. While 500 to 1000 copies could
be printed from wooden engravings, in the 16th century copper and steel engravings appeared allowing up to 10000 copies to be
printed. Engravings were passed on by inheritance and sold. In different periods, maps with additions and minor corrections were
printed from the same engraving, which additions and corrections reected new discoveries and changes in the political situation.
The production of the same maps in Latin, German and French became a topical image.
The superiority among cartographical schools passed from the Italians to the Spaniards and Portuguese, the principal path-
nders of the period in Africa and America, then to the Dutch and Germans, the French and Englishmen.
Russia had no access to the Black Sea at that time. The state was disunited, but it was the period of reign of Ivan the Ter-
rible, of ghting against the Tatars, including the Crimean Tatars, and the Ottoman Empire in the south. Kiev was suppressed by
Lithuania and Poland.
The development of the European cartographical concepts during that period can be followed by editions by Claudius
Ptolemys Geography. At rst it was 24 classic maps, the number of which grew with every new reissue amounting to 70 by the
turn of the century; later on cartographers, after becoming rmly convinced of their knowledge about the world, proceeded to the
publication of their own Atlases, without mentioning the great cartographers of the 2nd century AD. However, in that century the
descriptions of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov that reached European cartographers were not particularly numerous. Data on that
region most often relied upon Marco Polo, Ptolemy and other travelers of the past. But some descriptions by Siegmund Freiherr von
Herberstein appeared, who had lived in Russia for many years and provided a map along with his description, which contained up-
to-date data on the region. There were also other reports provided by the Englishmen Giles Fletcher and Jerome Horsey, the German
Heinrich von Stade about Russia (Moscovia), still little-known to Europe, which reports described, in particular, the southern region
dominated by the Crimean Tatars and the Turks.
Unfortunately, this volume does not contain many Ottaman and Arab cartographical monuments. Although they are known
to have existed, and the region under consideration was under their domination. We can bring to mind the famous map of the World
by Piri Reis, the surviving part of which does not contain this region, although Piri Reis himself was an experienced navigator and
collected maps from ships captured by him in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. When making his map, he took advantage of using
the Library of Alexandria, the treasury of the ancient knowledge. About 20 copies of his book Kitab-i Bahriye with the description
of the entire Mediterranean coast have survived in Europe. It is also known that the Arabs were the rst to reissue Ptolemys works,
and the Italian, Spanish and Majorcan cartographical schools were based upon the Arab cartographical traditions, i.e., the Arabs
possessed exhaustive cartographical data on that region, from which European cartographers derived their initial knowledge about
the Black Sea.
Early on in the century the Italian and Spanish cartographical schools were developing, in which the emphasis was placed,
of course, on the discoveries in the west and south, but the eastern region of the Mediterranean did not escape their attention either.
That is why the book includes a lot of nautical charts produced by those particular schools.
Owing to the fact that Italy lies at the intersection point of all marine communications that passed through the Mediterra-
nean Sea, the map trade, which was to determine the course of cartographical history to a considerable extent, was best developed
there in the rst half of the 16th century, and especially in Venice. Venetian ships made regular voyages to the Levant and the Black

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Sea, to ports of Spain and Portugal, along the shores of Western Europe. In the preceding century Venice had already had time to
become the center where the most up-to-date geographical information was collected and accumulated.
The well-developed system of commercial relations with the northern neighbors, particularly Germany and France, enabled
the constant exchange of cartographical knowledge. The German overland trading routes went, among other directions, to the south-
east, to where two main trade routes led: the rst one through Regensburg down the Danube to the Black Sea and Constantinople,
the second one through Breslau to Kiev, and later on, through Lvov to Tana (on the Sea of Azov) and Kaffa. That is why the Black
Sea region also belonged to the sphere of interest of German cartographers.
It should be noted that it was the Renaissance era in Europe, and many cartographers worked not in their native countries
but where their work was required and well remunerated. At the beginning of the century Spain and Portugal were such countries.
In the century in question the Flemish cartographical school with the centers in Antwerp and Amsterdam began to gain
momentum. The ranges of inuence of those centers overlapped and even merged with the ranges of inuence of the neighboring
centers in France, Lorraine and Germany.
The 16th century is characterized as the age of Enlightenment, which is why cartographers aspired to the maximum utili-
zation of achievements of science and technology in their business. For example, by the turn of the century there were about two
dozens techniques of projecting a spherical surface onto a plane; instead of singular charts, maps to an increasing degree became
part of collections that contained, as a rule, a map of the World, the Mediterranean; it should be noted, though, that not always did
they include the Black Sea. In the 16th century generalized all-encompassing descriptions of the whole of the then known world,
namely cosmographies, became especially widespread. The most renowned of them was Cosmographia Universalis (Universal
Cosmography, 1544) by the Basel professor Sebastian Munster, materials for which he had scrupulously collected for more than
15 years. This comprehensive volume was the rst treatise of the new time on descriptive Earth science, contained data on history
and geography, philology and physics, fantastic stories and almost fairy tales. The development of cartography was also profoundly
inuenced by the famous cosmography Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Epitome of the Theater of the World) by Abraham Ortelius,
the collection of vedute and plans of European cities Civitates Orbis Terrarium (Cities of the World), and the geographical
atlas by Gerardus Mercator. They were all illustrated using copper engravings: the new, highly accurate, detailed and comprehensive
maps and vedute required another technology than the roughish and approximate xylography. All those collections contained the
Black Sea region without fail. That is why this book, in the Description section, makes an obligatory reference to the edition, from
which a particular map or chart was taken. If there were no signicant changes relating to the region of interest to us, the reissues,
including those in other languages were ignored.
Cartography of that century also paid great attention to the design of maps. Individual maps, including navigational charts,
retained descriptive traditions, and they often featured peoples, rulers, signs of political afliation of lands, as well as typical inhab-
itants of the depicted lands and waters with fantastic or epic pictures. Maps with inserted images of the most important cities also
appeared.
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The list of maps


No. Name Author Date Page

1 Chart Reinel, Pedro 1500 69


2 Map of the World Cosa, Juan de la 1500 69
3 Portolan of the the Mediterranean with the Atlantic coast of the
Europe and Black sea Iehuda ben Zara 1500 69
4 Portolan King-Hamy unknown 1502 69
5 Map of the World, Planisphera of Cantino unknown 1502 69
6 Map of the World Caveri, Nicolay de 1502-1504 69
7 Chart Maggiolo Vesconte 1504 70
8 Portolan of Mediterranean sea Iehuda ben Zara 1505 70
9 Map of the World Contarini, Giovanni Matteo 1506 70
10 Tabula Moderna Polonia, Vngarie, Boemie, Germanie, Russie,
Lithanie Beneventanus Marcus 1507 70
11 Universalis Cosmographia Secundum Ptholomei Traditionem e Et
Americi Vespucci Aliorum Lustrationes Waldseemuller, Martin 1507 70
12 Universailor Cogniti Orbis Tabula Ex Recentibus
Confecta Observationibus Ruysch, Johannes 1507 70
13 Oval map of the World Rosselli Francesco 1508 71
14 Chart Benincasa Andrea 1508 71
15 Chart unknown 1510 71
16 Map of the World Sylvanus Bernard 1511 71
17 Map of the World Sylvanus Bernard 1511 71
18 Prima Asiae tabvla Sylvanus Bernard 1511 71
19 Portolan of the Mediterranean and Black sea Becharius, Franciscus 1511 72
20 Polar map of the World Maggiolo Vesconte 1512 72
21 Portolan Maggiolo Vesconte 1512 72
22 East hemisphere Stobnicza, Joannes de 1512 72
23 Map of the Europe, Asia and Africa Waldseemuller, Martin 1513 72
24 Tabula moderna Sarmatia Eur sive Hungarie
Polonie Russie Prussie et Valche Nicholas of Cusa 1513 72
25 Orbis typus universalis iuxta hydrographorum
traditionem Waldseemuller, Martin 1513 73
26 Tabvla prima Asie Waldseemuller, Martin 1513 73
27 Tabvla nova Asia Minoris Waldseemuller, Martin 1513 73
28 Map of the World Aurelius, Cornelius Gerardi 1514 73
29 Universalis Cosmographie Descriptio Tam In
Solido Quem Plano Boulengier Louis 1514 73
30 Map of the World Maggiolo Vesconte 1516 73
31 Map of the Mediterranean sea Homem Lopo 1515-1519 74
32 Map of the World Coppo Pietro 1520 74
33 Portolan of the Mediterranean, the Black and Azov seas and coasts of
the Atlantic Europe and Northern Africa Vespucci Juan 1520 74
34 Tipus Orbis universalis Iuxta Ptolomei
Cosmographi Traditionem et Americi Vespucii Apian, Petrus 1520 74
35 Chart Xenodocos, loannis 1520 74
36 Tabula moderna Sarmatie Eur., sive Hungarie,
Polonie, Russie, Prussie et Valachie Nicholas of Cusa 1520 74
37 Map of the World Antoine de La Sale 1522 75
38 Tabula Orbis Cum Defcriptione Ventorum Fries Lorenz 1522 75
39 Tabula Tertia (III) Asiae Waldseemuller / Fries Lorenz 1522 75
40 Tabv Asiae Minoris Waldseemuller, Martin 1522 75
41 Typvs vniversalis terrae, ivxta modernorvm distinctionem et
extensionem per regna et provincias Apian, Petrus and
Gemma Frisius 1524 75
42 Carta del navegare universalissima et
diligentissima (Map of the World of Castiglioni) Ribeiro Diego 1525 76
43 Orbis Typus Universalis Fries Lorenz 1525 76
44 Portolan of Mediterranean sea Maggiolo Vesconte 1525 76
45 Map of the World Vespucci Juan 1526 76
46 Map of the World Thorne Robert 1527 76
47 Planisphera Salviati Toreno, Nuno Garcia de 1527 76
48 The green globe unknown 1528 76
49 Map of the World Coppo Pietro 1528 77

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50 Navigation chart of the Europe Russo, Jacopo 1528 77


51 Taurica Chersoneso Bordone, Benedetto 1528 77
52 Map of the World Bordone, Benedetto 1528 77
53 Carta Univeral En que se contiene todo lo que del mondo Se ha
descubierto fasta agora Ribeiro Diego 1529 77
54 Map of the Europe, Black sea and the Mediterranean unknown 1529 77
55 Map of the World Verrazzano, Girolamo da 1529 78
56 Sarmatia Asie Munster, Sebastian 1530 78
57 Map Daniels dream Lufft Hans 1530 78
58 Map of the World unknown 1530 78
59 Map of east Mediterranean and Black sea Prunes Mateo 1530 78
60 Nova, et integra universi orbis descriptio /
Orontius F. Delph., ad lectorem Fin, Oronce 1531 78
61 Typus Cosmographicus Universalis Munster, Sebastian 1532 78
62 Recens, Et Integra Orbis Descriptio Fin, Oronce 1534 79
63 Geographicae enarrationis libri octo Fries Lorenz 1535 79
64 Tabula Orbis cum descriptione ventorum Fries Lorenz 1535 79
65 Tabvla IX. Evropae Fries Lorenz 1535 79
66 Tabvla I. Asiae Fries Lorenz 1535 79
67 Tabula II Asiae Fries Lorenz 1535 80
68 Tabula III Asiae Fries Lorenz 1535 80
69 Portolan of Mediterranean sea, including Black and Azov seas, coasts
of the Atlantic Europe and Northern Africa Maggiolo Vesconte 1535 80
70 Portolan of the Mediterranean, the Black and Azov seas of the
Atlantic coast of the Europe and Northern Africa Russo, Jacopo 1535 80
71 Map of Northern Atlantic Reinel, Pedro 1535 80
72 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1536 80
73 Chart of Black sea Agnese, Battista 1536 81
74 Chart East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea Viegas Gaspar 1537 81
75 Chart of Black sea and East part of Mediterranean sea Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1537 81
76 Asia Major Munster, Sebastian 1538 81
77 Chart of Black sea Freducci Conte di Ottomano 1538 81
78 Asia Minor Munster, Sebastian 1538 81
79 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1540 82
80 Atlantic ocean with parts of Northern America, South America, the
Europe and Africa Agnese, Battista 1540 82
81 Chart of Black sea Agnese, Battista 1540 82
82 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1540 82
83 Typus Orbis A Ptol Descriptus Munster, Sebastian 1540 82
84 Polonia Et Ungaria XV Nova Tabula Munster, Sebastian 1540 83
85 Tabula Asiae III Munster, Sebastian 1540 83
86 Chart of the Mediterranean Russo, Jacopo 1540 83
87 Map of the World in the form of gore of the globe Santa Cruz, Alonzo de 1542 83
88 Chart of Black sea Agnese, Battista 1542 83
89 Oval map of the World Agnese, Battista 1535-1542 83
90 Map of the World Brouscon Guillaume 1543 84
91 Chart of Black sea Agnese, Battista 1544 84
92 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1544 84
93 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1544 84
94 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1544 84
95 Map of the World Cabot Sebastian 1544 84
96 Macedonia and Thrace Munster, Sebastian 1544 85
97 Asia Minor Munster, Sebastian 1544 85
98 The World in the form of heart Gemma Frisius 1544 85
99 Tabvla Asiae I Munster, Sebastian 1545 85
100 Chart of the Black sea Agnese, Battista 1545 85
101 Universalis Cosmographia Honter, Johannes 1546 85
102 Map of the World Desceliers Pierre 1546 86
103 Map of East part Mediterranean and Black sea Freire, Joao 1546 86
104 The Europe and Northern Africa unknown 1547 86
105 Carta marina nova tabula Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 86
106 Tabula Asiae I Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 86
107 Tabula Asiae II Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 86
108 Tabula Asiae III Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 87
109 Tabula Europae IX Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 87
110 Polonia et Hungaria nova tabula Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 85
111 Moschovia Nova Tabula Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 87

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112 Natolia nova tabvla Gastaldi Giacomo 1548 87


113 Carta cosmographica, con los nombres
propriedad y vertu de los vientos Gemma Frisius 1548 88
114 Europa die erste Tafel des Ersten Buchs Stumpf Johannes 1548 88
115 Asia Minor Stumpf Johannes 1548 88
116 Map of Moskovia Gastaldi Giacomo,
Herberstein, Siegmund Freiherr von 1549 88
117 Portolan of the Mediterranean unknown 1549 88
118 Figura Del Mondo Univerale Munster, Sebastian 1550 88
119 Map of the World Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1550 89
120 Map of the Western coast of the Europe, Mediterranean sea,
Black sea etc.. unknown 1550 89
121 Quam hic vides orbis imagine[m] lector ca[n]dide ea[m] ut
posteriore[m] ita & eme[n]datiorem ijs que hactenus circu[m]
ferebantur esse America sarmatiaq[ue] ac India testantur Salamanca, Antonio 1550 89
122 Chart of the Black sea Agnese, Battista 1550 89
123 Oval map of the World Agnese, Battista 1550 89
124 Russia unknown 1550 89
125 Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas, coasts of the western
Europe and Northern Africa Oliva, Jaume 1550 90
126 Portolan the Mediterranean, Black, Azov seas, a part of Atlantic
ocean and Arctic sea Gutierez Diego 1550 90
127 Map of Moskovia Gastaldi Giacomo 1550 90
128 Chart Homem Lopo 1550 90
129 The Western part of Black sea Martines, Joan 1550 90
130 East part of Black sea Martines, Joan 1550 90
131 Esta Carta general en plano hizo Sancho Gutierrez cosmographo Gutierez Sancho 1551 91
132 Chart Olives Bartolomeo 1552 91
133 Chart of Black sea Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1552 91
134 Tabula Nova Prima Europa Munster, Sebastian 1552 91
135 Tabula Asiae III Munster, Sebastian 1552 91
136 Polonia et Ungaria XV Nova Tabula Munster, Sebastian 1552 91
137 Vniuerselle, liure IIII. Moschouie Munster, Sebastian 1552 92
138 Oval map of the World Agnese, Battista 1553 92
139 Chart of the Black sea Agnese, Battista 1553 92
140 Map of the World Agnese, Battista 1553 92
141 Die Tartareioda Agnese, Battista 1554 92
142 Moscaw oder Reuss Agnese, Battista 1554 92
143 Chart of the Central-east part of Mediterranean sea Agnese, Battista 1554-1556 93
144 Chart of the Black sea Agnese, Battista 1554-1556 93
145 Chorography-chart of Moskovia Agnese, Battista 1554-1556 93
146 Map of the World Homem Lopo 1554 93
147 Portolan of Mediterranean sea Oliva, Joan Rizo 1555 93
148 Map of the World Le Testu, Guillaume 1555 93
149 East part of Mediterranean and Black sea Freducci, Angelo de Conte 1555 93
150 Chart of Mediterranean sea Panades Banet 1556 94
151 Portolan Panades Banet 1557 94
152 Portolan of the Mediterranean Prunes Mateo 1559 94
153 Chart of the Black sea Homem Diogo 1559 94
154 Portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas Oliva, Jaume 1559 94
155 The full and Perfect Map describing the Whole World Haggi Ahmed 1559 94
156 East part of the Mediterranean and Black seas Oliva, Jaume 1560 94
157 East Mediterranean and Black sea Velho, Bartolomeo 1560 95
158 East part of the Mediterranean and Black seas unknown 1550-60 95
159 Tabvla Asiae I Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 95
160 Tabula Asiae III Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 95
161 DEuropa, nona tavola antica, Tabula Europae IX Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 95
162 Polonia et Hungaria nova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 95
163 Natolia nvova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 96
164 Moschovia nuova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 96
165 Carta marina nuova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1561 96
166 Sea chart of the Black and Azov seas Homem Diogo 1561 96
167 The Europe and Northern Africa Maggiolo Jacopo 1561 96
168 East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea unknown 1562 96
169 Chart of the Black sea Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1562 97
170 Map of the World Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1562 97
171 East part of Mediterranean and Black sea Olives Bartolomeo 1562 95

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172 Chart of the Mediterranean sea Homem Diogo 1562 97
173 Chart coasts of the Europe Maggiolo Jacopo 1562 97
174 Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae descriptio Jenkinson Anthony 1562 97
175 Portolan of the Mediterranean sea, the seas of Black and Azov and
Atlantic coast of the Europe and Northern Africa Prunes Mateo 1563 98
176 Chart-portolan unknown 1563 98
177 Chart Oliva, Jaume 1563 98
178 Map of Atlantic and the Mediterranean Maggiolo Jacopo 1563 98
179 Map of the Mediterranean and Black sea Martines, Joan 1564 98
180 Map of the Black and Azov seas Oliva, Jaume 1564 98
181 Il disegno dgeograa moderna della prouincia di Natolia, et
Caramania ... Forlani Paolo de 1564 98
182 Vniversale descrittione di tvtta la terra conoscivta n qvi Forlani Paolo de 1565 99
183 Chart Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri 1565 99
184 Map of the Europe Homem Diogo 1565 99
185 Map of the World Homem Diogo 1565 99
186 Map of the World Floriano Johannes 1565 99
187 Planisphera Desliens Nicolas 1566 99
188 Chart of the Black sea Ali Macar Reis 1567 99
189 Lithuania, Poland and the adjoining grounds Gastaldi Giacomo 1568 100
190 Map of the Mediterranean and northwest Atlantic Forlani Paolo de 1569 100
191 Nova Et Aucta Orbis Terrae Descriptio Ad Usum
Navigantium emendate accomodata Mercator, Gerhard 1569 100
192 Das erst general inhaltend die beschzeibung und den circsel des
gantzen Erdtreichs und Moezes Munster, Sebastian 1570 100
193 Carte cosmographique ou universelle description du monde avec le
vrai traict des vents Cossin, Jehan 1570 100
194 Map of the World Martines, Joan 1570 100
195 East part of Mediterranean sea, Black and Azov seas Martines, Joan 1570 101
196 Typus orbis terrarum Ortelius, Abraham 1570 101
197 Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicvs Ortelius, Abraham 1570 101
198 Asiae nova descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1570 101
199 Turcici Imperii descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1570 102
200 Europa Ortelius, Abraham 1570 102
201 Russia Ortelius, Abraham 1570 102
202 Tartaria Sive Magni Chami Regni Ortelius, Abraham 1570 102
203 Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1570 103
204 Pontos Euxeinos Ortelius, Abraham 1570 103
205 East Mediterranean, Black sea, and Caspian sea Fernando Vaz Dourado 1570 103
206 Chart Petrucci Giulio di Cesare 1571 103
207 Europe Duchetti, Claudio 1571 103
208 Pars Orbis. Sacrae geographiae tabulam ex antiquissimorum cultor,
familiis a Mose recensitis ad sacrorum libror, explicandor Arias Montanus Benedietus 1571 103
209 Map of East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea Martines, Joan 1571 104
210 Neum Griechen landt mit andern anstoffenden Landern... Munster, Sebastian 1572 104
211 Europe Mercator, Gerhard 1572 104
212 East Mediterranean and Black sea Martines, Joan 1572 104
213 Discorso Intorno Alla Carta Da Navigare Porcacchi Tomaso da Castilione 1572 104
214 Descrittione del Mappamondo Porcacchi Tomaso da Castilione 1572 104
215 Map of the World Domingos Teixeira 1573 105
216 Europa e Africa Camocio Giovanni Francesco 1574 105
217 Larcipelago con il stretto di Constantinopoli ... Berteli Donato 1574 105
218 Orbis descriptio Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,
Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 105
219 Ptolemaei cognita Ruscelli, Girolamo 1574 105
220 Tabula Asiae I Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,
Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 105
221 Tabula Asiae II Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,
Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 106
222 Tabula Asiae III Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,
Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 106
223 Europae Tabula VIII Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,

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Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 106


224 Europae Tabula IX Malombra Giovanni,
Ruscelli, Girolamo,
Moleto, Giuseppe 1574 106
225 Polonia et Hungaria nuova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1574 106
226 Moschovia nuova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1574 106
227 Carta marina nuova tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1574 107
228 Natolia Nuova Tavola Ruscelli, Girolamo 1574 107
229 Moderna discrizzione dellEuropa Munster, Sebastian 1575 107
230 Asie Thevet Andre 1575 107
231 Black and Caspian seas Camocio Giovanni Francesco 1560 -1575 107
232 Europe Belleforest, Francois de 1575 107
233 East Mediterranean Fernando Vaz Dourado 1576 108
234 Natoliae Ortelius, Abraham 1577 108
235 Ptolemaisch General Tafel begressend die halbe Rugel der Welt Munster, Sebastian 1578 108
236 Black sea and east Mediterranean Martines, Joan 1578 108
237 Russia and the Near East Martines, Joan 1578 108
238 Natoliam modern, dicunt eam partem quam
Asiam Minorem appellavere veteres Jode, Gerard de 1578 108
239 Asiae I Tab. Mercator, Gerhard 1578 109
240 Europae tabula IX Mercator, Gerhard 1578 109
241 Turcici Imperii Descriptio. Concordia parue res
crecunt, Discordia maxime dilabuntur Ortelius, Abraham 1579 109
242 Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1579 109
243 East part of Mediterranean sea, Black and Azov seas Oliva, Joan Rizo 1580 109
244 Chart of the East part of Mediterranean sea, Aigaion Pelagos and
Black sea Olives Bartolomeo 1580 109
245 Without the name [Europa Regina] Munster, Sebastian 1580 110
246 The great Sultan and Constantinople unknown 1580 110
247 Map of the World in the form of two greater hemispheres Varese, Giovanni Anthonie da 1581 110
248 Die Eigentliche und Warhafftige Gestalt der
Erden und des Meers. Cosmographia Universalis Bunting Heinrich 1581 110
249 Portolan of the Mediterranean Olives Bartolomeo 1583 110
250 Tab. IX Europae continens Daciam, Misiam, Thraciam ac Macedonia Mercator, Gerhard 1584 110
251 Chart Olives Bartolomeo 1584 110
252 Romaniae, (quae olim Thracia dicta) vicinorumq. regionum, uti
Bulgariae, Walachiae, Syfriae, etc. Descriptio. Auctore Iacobo
Castaldo Ortelius, Abraham 1584 111
253 Natoliae quae oli[m] Asia Minor noua descriptio Favolius, Hugo 1585 111
254 Portolan of the Mediterranean sea Doran, Edmond 1586 111
255 Typus orbis terrarum Ortelius, Abraham 1586 111
256 Typus orbis terrarum Ortelius, Abraham 1586 111
257 Portolan of the Mediterranean sea Oliva, Joan Rizo 1587 111
258 Orbis terrae compendiosa descriptio Mercator Rumold 1587 112
259 Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic coast of the Europe
and Northern Africa Martines, Joan 1587 112
260 Europa das ein Drittheil der Erden nach gelegenheit unserer zeit
beschrieben Munster, Sebastian /Petri Heinrich 1588 112
261 Totius Orbis Cogniti Universalis Descriptio Jode, Cornelis de 1589 112
262 Portolan of the Mediterranean sea Schott, Johann 1589 112
263 Europe Waghenaer Lucas Janszoon 1589 112
264 Asiae Nova Descriptio Mazza, Giovanni Battista 1590 113
265 Asia intra Sinum, Amisenum & Issicum unknown 1590 113
266 Pontus Euxinus. Aequor Iasonio pulsatum
remige primum Bertius Petrus 1590 113
267 Map of the Asia Camocio Giovanni Francesco 1590 113
268 Map of the Europe Camocio Giovanni Francesco 1590 113
269 Universalis Orbis Descriptio... Cogimur E Tabula Pictos Ediscere
Mundos Myriti Giovanni 1590 113
270 Asiae nova descriptio Cellarius Daniel 1590 114
271 East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea Dousaigo, Jacques 1590 114
272 East of the Mediterranean Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius
Rachuseus 1592 114
273 East part of Mediterranean and Black sea Oliva, Joan 1592 114
274 Natoliae quae olim Asia Minor nova descripto Botero, Giovanni 1592 114
275 Europa Quad, Matthias 1592 114

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276 Hemispheriu Ab Aequinoctiali Linea, Ad Circulu Poli Arctici . . .Poli


Atarctici Jode, Cornelis de 1593 115
277 Primae Partis Asiae Jode, Cornelis de 1593 115
278 Nova Totivs Evropae Tabvla... M.D.CXIII Jode, Gerard de / Jode, Cornelis de 1593 115
279 Asia partium orbis maxima Jode, Cornelis de 1593 115
280 Map of East part of Mediterranean sea Black sea Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius
Rachuseus 1593 115
281 Portolan of Mediterranean sea Oliva, Joan Rizo 1594 115
282 Orbis terrarvm typvs de integro multis in locis emendatus Plancius, Petrus 1594 116
283 Europam, sive Celticam veterem sic describere conabar Abrah.
Ortelius Bertius Petrus 1595 116
284 Aevi Veteris, Typus Geographicus Ortelius, Abraham 1595 116
285 Alexandri Magni Macedonis expeditio Ortelius, Abraham 1595 116
286 Taurica Chersonesus. Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur Mercator, Gerhard 1595 116
287 Europa, ad magnae Europa Gerardi Mercatoris P. imitationem,
Rumoldi Mercatoris F. Mercator, Gerhard 1595 116
288 Asia ex magna orbis terr[a]e descriptione Gerardi Mercatoris
desumpta... Mercator, Gerhard 1595 117
289 Russia cum comnijs Mercator, Gerhard 1595 117
290 Universi orbis descriptio ad usum navigantium. XXXV. Descrittione
di tutto il mondo secondo la prattica de marinari Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1596 117
291 Tartariae Imperium Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1596 117
292 Typus Orbis Terrarum, Ad Imitationem
Universalis Gerhardi Mercatoris Quad, Matthias 1596 117
293 Orbis terrae compendiosa description Plancius, Petrus 1596 118
294 Natolia olim Asia minor Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1596 118
295 Moskovia Imperium Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 118
296 Tabvla Asiae I Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 118
297 Tabula Asiae II Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 118
298 Asia Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 118
299 Europa. La descrittione dellEuropa Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 119
300 Tartariae Imperium. XXVIII. Descrittione del potentissimo imperio
della Tartaria Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 119
301 Turcici Imperii descriptio. XXXIII. Descrittione dellImperio
turchesco Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 119
302 Tabula Europae IX, Tavola nona dellEuropa Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1597 119
303 Europa Quad, Matthias 1597 119
304 Descriptio hydrographica accomodata ad Battavorum. unknown 1597 119
305 Vtrivsque Hemispherii Delineatio Wytiet, Cornelius 1597 120
306 Pamphilia Ruscelli, Girolamo 1598 120
307 Tabvla Asiae I Magini, Giovanni Antonio 1598 120
308 Vniversvs terrarvm orbis Ortelius, Abraham 1598 120
309 Asia Ortelius, Abraham 1598 120
310 Evropa Ortelius, Abraham 1598 120
311 Gazaria et Moscovia Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
312 Natolia Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
313 Romani Imperii Imago Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
314 Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
315 Natolia Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
316 Poloniae, Lituaniaeq descriptio Ortelius, Abraham 1598 121
317 Chart Oliva, Joan 1599 122
318 Map of the World with F.Dreyks route Bry, Theodore de 1599 122
319 Chart of the Mediterranean sea Oliva, Joan 1599 122
320 Portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic
coast of the Europe and Northern Africa unknown XVI c. 122
321 Portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic
coast of the Europe and Northern Africa unknown XVI-XVII cc. 122
322 Chart El Hacc Ebul Hasan XVI c. 122
323 East Mediterranean unknown XVI c. 122
324 Map of the World Ghisolfo Francesco XVI c. 123
325 Map of the World Ghisolfo Francesco XVI c. 123
326 Map of the World Ghisolfo Francesco XVI c. 123
327 Chart of the Black sea Ghisolfo Francesco XVI c. 123
328 Chart of the Black sea Ghisolfo Francesco XVI c. 123
329 Mediterranean and Black seas Oliva, Placido XVI c. 123
330 Chart of the Black sea, Aigaion Pelagos and East part of
Mediterranean sea unknown end XVI c. 124

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331 Portolan East part of Mediterranean sea unknown XVI c. 123


332 Chart unknown XVI c. 124
333 Chart unknown midle XVI c. 124
334 Chart Attributes of Olive Placido-e-Caloiro XVI c. 124
335 Portolan of Mediterranean sea including northern part of the Europe Family Maggiollo XVI c. 124

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Maps
1 The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Reinel, Pedro
Date : 1500
School: portugalion
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Germany, Munchen, Bayerische StaatsBibliotek, Cod.icon.138/40 Fol.82
Description:
Sources: 10, 61 (Tav.7)
2
Name: Map of the World
Author: Cosa, Juan de la
Date : 1500, Puerto de Santa Mara
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 960 1830 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval, No 257
Description: Hand-written
Sources: 10, 66 (84-86), 69 (p.64), 71, 73, 88, 94 (8-43; 142-175), 97 (pp. 72-73, Pl. 3.16), 113 (pp.
42-3, 89, 98, 256, 412-415, 711-12), 121, 125, 170, 173, 174, 191, 202 (pp. xxii, xxiii, Plate 5),
211, 252,256, 269, 312, 632, 758, 849
3
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean with the Atlantic coast of the Europe and Black sea
Author: Iehuda ben Zara
Date : 1500, Alexandria
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 560 x 815 mm
Site: USA, Ohio, Cincinnati, The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Library, Klau
Library
Description:
Sources: 437, 899
4
Name: Portolan King-Hamy
Author: unknown
Date : 1502, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 585 942 mm, Including the left prolongation (the size of a map 530 772)
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 45
Description:
Sources: 52, 189, 323

5
Name: Map of the World, Planisphera Cantino
Author: unknown
Date : 1502, Lisboa
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 2180 x 1020 mm
Site: Italy, Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, Antico Fondo Estense, C.G.A.2
Description:
Sources: 2, 10, 18, 19, 55, 62, 63, 66, 69, 70, 81, 87, 97, 106, 112, 125, 141, 165, 169, 170, 173, 190,
198, 210, 256, 258, 269, 270, 318, 327, 439, 518, 571, 633, 861, 874, 891, 892, 920

6
Name: Map of the World
Author: Caveri, Nicolay de
Date : 1502-1504
Text: Italian
Sizes: 1150 2250 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans,S.H.,Arhives n1
Description:
Sources: 66 (88), 113, 170 (40), 251, 269 (45-46), 634, 862, 874

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7
Name: Chart
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1504
Text: Names are written in Latin, Italian and Spanish
Sizes: 920 x 1390 mm
Site: Italy, Fano Catania, Biblioteca Comunale Federiciana, Hall of Globes
Description: Hand-written
Sources: 320, 579, 832

8
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Iehuda ben Zara
Date : 1505
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 1145 x 755 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, 30cea/1505
Description: Hand-written
Sources: 286

9
Name: Map of the World
Author: Contarini, Giovanni Matteo, engraver Rosselli Francesco
Date : 1506
Text: Italian
Sizes: 100 x 165 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.cc.4
Description:
Sources: 2, 22, 24, 33, 66, 67, 88, 115, 116, 120, 147, 148, 170, 175, 188, 202, 210, 211, 216, 234, 257,
266, 512, 635, 677
10
Name: Tabula Moderna Polonia, Vngarie, Boemie, Germanie, Russie, Lithanie
Author: Beneventanus Marcus
Date : 1507, Rome
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 510 (390 555) mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Lietuvos nacionalinis muziejus, collection prof. Kazys Varnelis
Description: From: Ptolemaeus Geography. Rome, 1507
Sources: 13 (23), 149, 759

11
Name: Universalis Cosmographia Secundum Ptholomei Traditionem e Et Americi Vespucci Aliorum
Lustrationes
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1507, It is developed in Strassburg and print in St. Di .
Text: Latin
Sizes: 1320 x 2360 mm, From 12 sheets 530 760 mm everyone
Site: Austria, Wurttemberg, Wolfegg Castle
England, London, the British library, Maps.184.f.1 (facsimile 1903)
Description: On this map the name America for the rst time has been given
Sources: 2, 8, 15, 44, 47, 66, 69, 70, 80, 86, 87, 88, 89, 93, 99, 105, 113, 114, 120, 139, 140, 145, 147,
155, 157, 158, 167, 170, 177, 184, 188, 202, 215, 232, 234, 236, 242, 249, 250, 260, 261, 269,
296, 454, 636, 642, 643, 674, 704

12
Name: Universailor Cogniti Orbis Tabula Ex Recentibus Confecta Observationibus
Author: Ruysch, Johannes
Date : 1507, Rome
Text: Latin
Sizes: 405 x 535 mm
Site: USA, Cambridge, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library;
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Arthur Holzheimer Collection
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: Claudius Ptolemaeus, Geographia, Roma, Marcus Beneventanus, 1508
Sources: 2, 36, 46, 66, 75, 83, 85, 88, 109, 113, 120, 133, 138, 145, 169, 170, 172, 193, 198, 200, 202,
213, 224, 227, 230, 236, 256, 258, 268, 294, 637, 733
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PERIOD OF 1500-1600

13
Name: Oval map of the World
Author: Rosselli Francesco
Date : 1508, Florence
Text:
Sizes: 180 x 335 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description:
Sources: 548, 554, 779, 780

14
Name: Chart
Author: Benincasa Andrea
Date : 1508, Ancona
Text: Italian
Sizes: 993 x 642 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Mss. Borg. VIII, STAMPATI, Paleogr.I.Stragr.
A.68(1-2).Cons.
Description:
Sources: 4, 5, 10, 58, 598, 761, 762, 897, 903

15
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : 1510
Text:
Sizes: 995 665 mm
Site: France, Dijon, Bibliotheque Municipale, Ms 550
Description: Are shown Mediterranean and Black seas. Flags, roses of a compass
Sources: 10, 190, 251

16
Name: Map of the World
Author: Sylvanus Bernard
Date : 1511, Venezia: Penzio, Giacomo da Leuca
School: Italian
Sizes: 565 x 415 mm, woodcut, two colors
Site: USA, ME, Portland, Osher Map Library, University of Southern Maine
Description: From: Clavdii Ptholemaei Alexandrini liber geographiae. Venice: Giacomo Penzio, 1511
Sources: 2, 46, 66, 113, 148, 172, 193, 202, 206, 264, 304, 327, 492, 530, 640, 885

17
Name: Map of the World
Author: Sylvanus Bernard
Date : 1511, Venezia: Penzio, Giacomo da Leuca
Text: Latin
Sizes: 270 x 565 mm, woodcut
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, F910/P
Description: From: Clavdii Ptholemaei Alexandrini liber geographiae. Venice: J. Pentius de Leucho,1511
Sources: 2, 46, 66, 113, 148, 172, 193, 202, 206, 264, 327, 334, 530, 640, 885

18
Name: Prima Asiae tabvla
Author: Sylvanus Bernard
Date : 1511, Venezia: Penzio, Giacomo da Leuca
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 500 mm, Scale: around 1:3,250,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.97.
Description: From: Geography by C.Ptolemaeus, Venezia: Penzio, Giacomo da Leuca, 1511
Sources: 2, 46, 66, 113, 148, 172, 193, 202, 206, 264, 327, 334, 530, 640, 885
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19
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Becharius, Franciscus
Date : 1511, Lyons
Text: French
Sizes: 930 x 1395 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, Art Object 1980.158
Description:
Sources: 289

20
Name: Polar map of the World
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1512, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: USA, NY, New York, The Hispanic Society of America
Description:
Sources: 285, 557, 638

21
Name: Portolan
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1512, Naples
Text: Italian
Sizes: 940 x 600 mm, Hand-written, color
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n.1614
Description:
Sources: 2, 10, 90, 333, 612, 639, 817, 860

22
Name: East hemisphere
Author: Stobnicza, Joannes de
Date : 1512, Krakow
Text: Latin
Sizes: 270 380 mm
Site: England, Oxford, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, B.1.c.12, Oxford John Carter Brown
Library, Providence, R.I.
Description: From: Introductio in Ptolemei Cosmographiam....Impressum Cracovie per Florianum
Ungleriam MDXII; Cracow, 1512
Sources: 113, 145, 172, 202, 242, 256, 260, 641

23
Name: Map of the Europe, Asia and Africa
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1513, Strassburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 470 620 mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
England, London, the British library, Maps. C.1.d.9
Description: From: Atlas Ptolemeus Auctus Resitutus Emaculutas, Strasbourg, 1513
Sources: 46, 66, 144, 148, 172, 193, 202, 260, 525, 705, 886

24
Name: Tabula moderna Sarmatia Eur sive Hungarie Polonie Russie Prussie et Valche
Author: Nicholas of Cusa
Date : 1513, Strassburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 550 (470 620) mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: From: Geographyby C.Ptolemaeus, Strassburg: Schott Johann, 1513
Sources: 144, 752

72
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

25
Name: Orbis typus universalis iuxta hydrographorum traditionem
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1513, Strassburg: Schott Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 445 x 580 mm, on sheet 465 x 640 mm
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From: Geography C.Ptolemaeus, Strassburg: Schott Johann, 1513.
Sources: 349, 643, 768, 882

26
Name: Tabvla prima Asie
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1513, Strassburg: Schott Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 500 mm, Scale: around 1:3 500 000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.90
Description: From: Geography by C.Ptolemaeus, Strassburg: Schott Johann, 1513
Sources: 301, 305

27
Name: Tabvla nova Asia Minoris
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1513, Strassburg: Schott Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 470 mm, Scale: around 1:3 700 000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.83.
Description: From: Geography by C.Ptolemaeus, Strassburg: Schott Johann, 1513
Sources: 301

28
Name: Map of the World
Author: Aurelius, Cornelius Gerardi
Date : 1514, Leiden
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 365 505 mm
Site: Netherlands, Groningen, University Library
England, London, the British library, BL Maps C.2.a.2,
Description: From: Cronycke van Hollandt Zeelandt en Vrieslant, Leiden, J. Severts, 1517
Sources: 49, 131, 202, 644

29
Name: Universalis Cosmographie Descriptio Tam In Solido Quem Plano
Author: Boulengier Louis
Date : 1514, Lyons
Text: Latin
Sizes: 180 360 mm
Site: USA, NY, New York Public Library
Description: From: Cosmographiae Introductio...impressa per Johannem de la Place Lugduni, Lyon, 1514
Sources: 113, 172, 202, 219, 220, 256, 645, 699

30
Name: Map of the World
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1516, Naples
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 1020 1520 (1010 1515 Including the left lengthening) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 427
Description:
Sources: 52, 94, 189, 322, 857

73
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

31
Name: Map of Mediterranean sea
Author: Homem Lopo
Date : 1515-1519, Lisboa
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 601 x 1170 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans. Res. Ge AA.640 r
Description: From: Millers so-called Atlas. Lisboa, 1515-1519
Sources: 10, 61, 240, 251, 550, 601, 611, 615, 753

32
Name: Map of the World
Author: Coppo Pietro
Date : 1520, Bologna
Text: Latin
Sizes: 244 x 425 mm
Site: Italy, Bologna, Biblioteca Comunale dellArchiginnasio
Description: From: Pietro Coppo, da De Toto Orbis, Bologna, 1520
Sources: 23, 202, 279, 520, 521, 559, 589, 852, 916, 917

33
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean, the Black and Azov seas and coasts of the Atlantic Europe and
Northern Africa
Author: Vespucci Juan
Date : 1520, Seville
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 670 x 890 mm
Site: Spain, Seville, Archivo General de Indias, Mapas y Planos, Europa y Africa, 125
Description:
Sources: 458, 593, 901

34
Name: Tipus Orbis universalis Iuxta Ptolomei Cosmographi Traditionem et Americi Vespucii Aliorque
Lustrationes A Petro Apiano Leysnico Elucbrat An. Do. M.DXX.
Author: Apian, Petrus (Peter Bienewitz)
Date : 1520, Vein: Kamers Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 410 285 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, BL.32.m.5
Description: This map for the rst time has been published also in edition Solinus Polyhistor, Vein:
Kamers Johann, 1520, and then also it has been included in edition Pomponius Melas De
Situ Orbis , Basel: Vadian Joachim, 1522
Sources: 46, 98, 113, 145, 172, 180, 193, 202, 223, 228, 236, 242, 258, 260, 646, 735, 877

35 The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Xenodocos, loannis
Date : 1520, Corfu
Text: Greek
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port.29
Description: Are shown Mediterranean and Black seas. Wind roses, ags
Sources: 10, 153, 185, 873

36
Name: Tabula moderna Sarmatie Eur., sive Hungarie, Polonie, Russie, Prussie et Valachie
Author: Nicholas of Cusa
Date : 1520, Strassburg: Schott Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 513 (462630) mm, scale 1:3 750 000
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: From: Ptolemaeus auctus restitutus, emaculatus cum tabulis veteribus.... Strassburg, Schott
Johann, 1520
Sources: 149

74
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

37
Name: Map of the World
Author: Antoine de La Sale
Date : 1522, Paris
Text: Latin
Sizes: Book format
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Description: From: La salade nouvellement imprimee, laquelle fait mension de tous les pays du monde et
du pays de la Sybille avec la gure pour aller au mont de la belle Sibille et aussi la gure de
la mer et de la terre et plusieurs belles remonstrances. Antoine de La Sale. 1522.
Sources: 358, 607, 608, 833

38
Name: Tabula Orbis Cum Defcriptione Ventorum Orbis typus universalis iuxta hydrographorum
traditionem exactissime depicta 1522
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1522, Strassburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 400 x 540 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL F53/1
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. Claudii Ptolomei Alexandrini mathematicorum principis opus
Geographiae noviter castigatum et commerciale emaculatum additionibus raris et inuisis
necnon cum tabularum in dorso iucaunda explanatione Hec bona mente Laurentius Frisius
in lucem iussit prodire. [Strasburgo], Johann Gruninger, 1522.
Sources: 182, 202, 335, 547, 737, 781, 813, 831, 883
39
Name: Tabula Tertia (III) Asiae
Author: Waldseemuller / Fries Lorenz
Date : 1522, Strassburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 300 x 370 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. Claudii Ptolomei Alexandrini mathematicorum principis opus
Geographiae noviter castigatum et commerciale emaculatum additionibus raris et inuisis nec
non cum tabularum in dorso iucaunda explanatione Hec bona mente Laurentius Frisius in
lucem iussit prodire. [Strasburgo], Johann Gruninger, 1522.
Sources: 626, 836, 912

40
Name: Tabv Asiae Minoris
Author: Waldseemuller, Martin
Date : 1522, Strassburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 260 x 370 mm, scale1:4 800 000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.132
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. Claudii Ptolomei Alexandrini mathematicorum principis opus
Geographiae noviter castigatum et commerciale emaculatum additionibus raris et inuisis
necnon cum tabularum in dorso iucaunda explanatione Hec bona mente Laurentius Frisius
in lucem iussit prodire. [Strasburgo], Johann Gruninger, 1522.
Sources: 163, 202, 494, 497

41
Name: Typvs vniversalis terrae, ivxta modernorvm distinctionem et extensionem per regna et
provincias
Author: Apian, Petrus, Gemma Frisius
Date : 1524 or later
Text: Latin
Sizes: 200 x 280 mm, on sheet 210 x 290 mm
Site: Canada, Ontario, Hamilton, McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession
# 107169
Description: Probably from Cosmographicus liber Petri Apiani mathematici..., Apian, Petrus, published in
1524 and in later editions.
Sources: 441

75
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

42
Name: Carta del navegare universalissima et diligentissima (Map of the World Castiglione)
Author: Ribeiro Diego
Date : 1525
Text:
Sizes: 815 x 2140 mm, from 4 sheets
Site: Italy, Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, C.G.A.12
Description:
Sources: 571, 613, 853
43
Name: Orbis Typus Universalis
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1525, Lyons
Text:
Sizes: 510 x 360 mm
Site: England, London, The Map House of London, catalog 2002, WLD 1525
Description: Reprinting of Admirals map Waldseemuller, Martin 1513, Strassburg
Sources: 182, 202, 335, 547, 737, 781, 813, 831, 883

44 The image is absent


Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean sea
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1525, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n.1623
Description: Are shown Mediterranean and Black seas, the Europe. Cities, Wind roses
Sources: 10, 90
45
Name: Map of the World
Author: Vespucci Juan
Date : 1526
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 850 x 2620 mm
Site: USA, NY, New York, The Hispanic Society of America
Description:
Sources: 46, 69, 70, 83, 113, 172, 202, 258, 269, 599, 600, 648, 666, 908
46
Name: Map of the World
Author: Thorne Robert
Date : 1527, Spain
Text:
Sizes: 450 x 300 mm
Site: Sweden, Stockholm, VOBAM, catalog 2004
Description:
Sources: 906
47
Name: Planisphera Salviati
Author: Toreno, Nuno Garcia de
Date : 1527, Seville
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 2050 x 930 mm, Color on parchment
Site: Italy, Florence, Bibilioteca Medicea Laurenziana
Description:
Sources: 2, 10, 160, 258, 283, 622, 647

48
Name: The Green, or Quirini, Globe
Author: unknown
Date : 1515-1528
Text:
Sizes: 240 mm in diametr
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans
Description:
Sources: 219, 650
76
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

49
Name: Map of the World
Author: Coppo Pietro
Date : 1528, Venezia
Text:
Sizes: 80 x 125 mm
Site: England, London, the British library
Description:
Sources: 2, 113, 172, 202, 522, 560, 649

50
Name: Navigation chart of the Europe
Author: Russo, Jacopo
Date : 1528, Messina, Sicily
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Description:
Sources: 360

51
Name: Taurica Chersoneso
Author: Bordone, Benedetto
Date : 1528
Text: Italian
Sizes: 83 x 146 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Rari Ven. 111
Description: From: Libro ... nel qual si ragiona de tutte lisole del mondo con li lor nomi antichi &
moderni, historie, favole, & modi del loro vivere...Benedetto Bordone. - Vinegia, [Venezia] :
Impresse... per Nicolo dAristotile, detto Zoppino... , 1528.
Sources: 391, 529, 580

52
Name: Map of the World
Author: Bordone, Benedetto
Date : 1528, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 325 x 165 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Maps C.7.b.10
Description: From: Libro be Benedetto Bordone...de tutte lIsole del mondo...Benedetto Bordone, Venice,
1528
Sources: 31, 32, 46, 50, 113, 145, 163, 172, 193, 202, 204, 222, 229, 234, 242, 258, 526, 570, 587, 651,
711, 744

53
Name: Carta Univeral En que se contiene todo lo que del mondo Se ha descubierto fasta agora: Hizola
Diego Ribero Cosmographo de Su Magestad: Ano de 1529. La qual Se devide en dos partes
conforme a la capitulcio que hizieron los catholicos Reyes de espana, y El Rey don Juan de
portugal e la Villa de tordessilas: Ano de 1494
Author: Ribeiro Diego
Date : 1529
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 850 2050 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
Description:
Sources: 26, 66, 69, 70, 88, 113, 120, 170, 188, 202, 210, 218, 236, 253, 256, 258, 467, 523, 652, 745

54
Name: Map of the Europe, Black sea and the Mediterranean
Author: unknown
Date : 1529
Text: Italian
Sizes: 640 610 mm, Parchment
Site: England, London, the British library, Ital. Add 11548
Description:
Sources: 456, 681

77
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

55
Name: Map of the World
Author: Verrazzano, Girolamo da
Date : 1529
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, G201:1/15
Description:
Sources: 40, 164, 171, 197, 653, 767, 870
56
Name: Sarmatia Asie
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1530, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 280 160 mm
Site: USA, ME, Harpswell, Grace Galleries, Inc., catalog 2004, EMA105
Description: From: Cosmographen Oder Beschreibung Munster, 1530
Sources: 624, 835
57
Name: Map Daniels Dream
Author: Lufft Hans
Date : 1530, Wittenberg
Text: German
Sizes: 130 x 175 mm
Site: England, London, The Map House of London, catalog 2002, WLD 2936
Description: From: Der Prophet Daniel Deudsch. Marti Luther. Wittenberg. 1530
Sources: 41, 123, 202, 654, 818, 819, 884
58
Name: Map of the World
Author: unknown
Date : 1530
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod., Ser. N12, 879, carta II
Description:
Sources: 5, 10, 316
59 The image is absent
Name: Map of East Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Prunes Mateo
Date 1530
Text:
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, show XVI
Description: Map 4 from the collection of sea charts
Sources: 56, 556, 910, 919
60
Name: Nova, et integra universi orbis descriptio / Orontius F. Delph., ad lectorem.
Author: Fin, Oronce
Date : 1531, Paris: Augereau Antoine
Text: French
Sizes: 420 x 290 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota,
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL Q53/2
Description: From: Novus Orbis Regionum . . ., Paris, 1532.
Sources: 29, 46, 107, 113, 145, 172, 173, 193, 202, 210, 242, 294, 329, 336, 526, 591, 710, 740, 869,
883
61
Name: Typus Cosmographicus Universalis
Author: Munster, Sebastian, engraver Holbein Hans younger
Date : 1532, Basel: Herwagen Johann
Text: Latin
Sizes: 355 x 545 mm
Site: England, London, The Map House of London, catalog 2002, WLD 2309
Description: From: Novus Orbis Regionum. Simon Grynaeus, Basel: Johann Herwagen, 1532
Sources: 14, 47, 113, 163, 172, 193, 202, 513, 516, 585, 655, 696, 718, 740, 884
78
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

62
Name: Recens, Et Integra Orbis Descriptio
Author: Fin, Oronce
Date : 1534, Paris
Text: Latin
Sizes: 510 x 570 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge DD2987 (63)
Description:
Sources: 92, 113, 202, 354, 549, 656, 667, 722, 757
63
Name: Geographicae enarrationis libri octo
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1535, Lyons
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 485 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi Pirck
eymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam primum
recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri seculi
morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 202, 739, 823, 864
64
Name: Tabula Orbis cum descriptione ventorum
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1535, Strassburg
Text: French
Sizes: 470 318 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, Catalog 2003, 3149
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi
Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam
primum recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri
seculi morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 736, 834
65
Name: Tabvla IX. Evropae
Author: Fries Lorenz / Servetus Michael
Date : 1522 (Strassburg:) / 1535, Lyons: Trechsel, Gaspar and Melchior
Text: Latin
Sizes: 480 x 290 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1998, lot 191
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi
Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam
primum recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri
seculi morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 561, 736

66
Name: Tabvla I. Asiae. Map of Asia Minor
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1522 (Strassburg) / 1535, Lyons: Trechsel, Gaspar and Melchior
Text: Latin
Sizes: 290 x 440 mm
Site: Germany, Wolfenbuttel, Herzog August Bibliothek
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.89.
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi
Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam
primum recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri
seculi morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 266, 301, 494, 736, 863, 911
79
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

67
Name: Tabula II Asiae
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1522 (Strassburg) / 1535, Lyons: Trechsel, Gaspar and Melchior
Text: Latin
Sizes: 381 305 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 452
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi
Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam
primum recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri
seculi morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 736, 785, 787, 798
68
Name: Tabula III Asiae
Author: Fries Lorenz
Date : 1522 (Strassburg) / 1535, Lyons: Trechsel, Gaspar and Melchior
Text: Latin
Sizes: 420 x 300 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 98, 2002, lot 366
Description: From: Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Ex Bilibaldi
Pirckeymheri tralatione, sed ad graeca & prisca exemplaria a Michaele Villanovano iam
primum recogniti. Adiecta insuper ab eodem scholia, quibus exoleta urbium nomina ad nostri
seculi morem exponuntur .... Lugduni, ex ofcina Melchioris et Gasparis Trechsel fratrum,
MDXXXV (1535).
Sources: 738, 794
69
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea, including Black and Azov seas, coasts of the Atlantic Europe
and Northern Africa.
Author: Maggiolo Vesconte
Date : 1535
Text: Italian
Sizes: 765 x 995 mm
Site: Italy, Turin, State Archive, Biblioteca antica manoscritti Jb.III.18
Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library
Description:
Sources: 10, 127, 275, 319, 901, 918
70
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean, the Black and Azov seas of the Atlantic coast of the Europe and
Northern Africa
Author: Russo, Jacopo
Date : 1535, Messina
Text:
Sizes: 550 x 790 mm, Parchment
Site: Spain, Palma de Mallorca, Fundacio Bartolome March
Description:
Sources: 901
71
Name: Map of Northern Atlantic
Author: Reinel, Pedro
Date : 1535, Lisboa
Text: Portugalian
Sizes:
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, Portolan N2
Description:
Sources: 10, 61, 361, 767, 866
72
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1536, Venezia
Text: Latin
Sizes:
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 19927, ff.12v-13
Description: From: Collection portolans, Agnese, Battista, 1536, Venezia, Italy
Sources: 678
80
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

73
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista, Shop
Date : 1536, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 210 x 290 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Lat.7586
Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port.32
Description: From: collected maps, Venezia, 1536
Sources: 4, 5, 10, 20, 185, 714

74
Name: Chart East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: Viegas Gaspar
Date : 1537, Portugal
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 394 x 286 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, Ricc. 1813
Description: From the collection of 26 sea charts 1537, Portugal
Sources: 689, 690

75
Name: Chart of Black sea and East part of Mediterranean sea
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1537, Candia
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 61 (=5323)
Description: From the collection of 6 sea charts, Candia 1537
Sources: 363, 426

76
Name: Asia Major
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1538, Basel: Petri Heinrich
Text: Latin
Sizes: 245 x 330 mm
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL Q53/1
USA, New Hampshire, Stoddard, Hemispheres Antique Maps & Prints, catalog 2003, AS-
103
Description: From: C. Iulii Solini Polyhistor, rerum toto orbe memorabilium thesaurus locupletissimus ...
Basileae: apud Michelem Isingrinium et Henricum Petri, 1538
Sources: 48, 130, 207, 341, 542

77 The image is absent


Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Freducci Conte di Ottomano
Date : 1538, Ancona
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borgiano,XIII
Description: From the collection of 5 sea charts, Freducci Conte di Ottomano, Ancona, 1538
Sources: 4, 5, 10, 20

78
Name: Asia Minor. tabula haec multarum regionum situm, quas quidem Solinus praesanti hoc capite &
non nullis sequentibus describit, exprimet.
Author: Probably Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1538, Basel: Petri Heinrich
Text: Latin
Sizes: 90 x 130 mm on sheet 300 x 200 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.125
Description: From: C. Iulii Solini Polyhistor, rerum toto orbe memorabilium thesaurus locupletissimus ...
Basileae: apud Michelem Isingrinium et Henricum Petri, 1538
Sources: 271, 494, 498, 822
81
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79
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1540, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 293 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod.623, f.10v-11r
England, London, the British library, Add. 18154
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-25
Description: From: collected maps of the World, containing 10 navigation charts, the table of declinations
Sources: 5, 10, 52, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 673

80
Name: Atlantic ocean with parts of Northern America, South America, the Europe and Africa
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1540, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 293 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod.623, f.10v-11r
England, London, the British library, Add. 18154
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-25
Description: From: collected maps of the World, containing 10 navigation charts, the table of declinations
Sources: 5, 10, 52, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 673

81
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1540, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 293 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod.623, f.10v-11r
England, London, the British library, Add. 18154
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-25
Description: From: collected maps of the World, containing 10 navigation charts, the table of declinations
Sources: 5, 10, 52, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 456, 672, 673

82
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1540, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 254 178 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Egerton 2854 (Add. MS. 20753, f. 130)
Description: From the collection of sea charts, 1540, executed for family Guadagni from Florence
Sources: 5, 10, 52, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 673

83
Name: Typus Orbis A Ptol Descriptus
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1540, Basel: Petri Heinrich
Text: German
Sizes: 260 x 350 mm, on a sheet 320 x 410 mm
Site: England, London, Map Mogul Ltd.
Canada, Ontario, Hamilton, McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession
# 107204
Description: From: Geographia universalis vetus et nova, complectens Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini
enarrationis libros VIII-Quorum primus noua translatione Pirckheimheri... illustrior... redditus
est... Succedunt tabulae Ptolemaice, opera Sebastiani Munsteri nouo paratae modo... Ultimo
annexum est compendium geographice descriptionis... [per S. Munsterum].- Basileae apud
Henricum Petrum mense Martio 1540
Sources: 46, 51, 163, 186, 187, 192, 193, 201, 202, 207, 433, 441, 444, 629, 749, 828, 894, 906

82
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84
Name: Polonia Et Ungaria XV Nova Tabula [Central Europe]
Author: Munster, Sebastian, engraver Holbein Hans younger
Date : 1540, Basel: Petri Heinrich
Text: German
Sizes: 343 x 254 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 2339
France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002
Description: From: Geographia universalis vetus et nova, complectens Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini
enarrationis libros VIII-Quorum primus noua translatione Pirckheimheri... illustrior... redditus
est... Succedunt tabulae Ptolemaice, opera Sebastiani Munsteri nouo paratae modo... Ultimo
annexum est compendium geographice descriptionis... [per S. Munsterum].- Basileae apud
Henricum Petrum mense Martio 1540
Sources: 431, 845
85
Name: Tabula Asiae III [Region of the Black and Caspian seas]
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1540, Basel
Text: Latin
Sizes: 343 x 254 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 2387
Description: From: Geographia universalis vetus et nova, complectens Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini
enarrationis libros VIII-Quorum primus noua translatione Pirckheimheri... illustrior... redditus
est... Succedunt tabulae Ptolemaice, opera Sebastiani Munsteri nouo paratae modo... Ultimo
annexum est compendium geographice descriptionis... [per S. Munsterum].- Basileae apud
Henricum Petrum mense Martio 1540
Sources: 628, 839
86 The image is absent
Name: Chart of the Mediterranean
Author: Russo, Jacopo
Date : 1540, Messina
Text: Spanish
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n.1615
Description: It is shown Mediterranean and Black seas, the Europe and Africa. Flags, wind roses
Sources: 10, 90
87
Name: Map of the World in the form of gore of the globe
Author: Santa Cruz, Alonzo de
Date : 1542
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: Three connected sheets of parchment with the general sizes 790 x 1440 mm, the globe with a
diameter 390 mm
Site: Sweden, Stockholm, The Royal Library, National Library of Sweden Kungl: Map Collection.
Description:
Sources: 594, 706

88 The image is absent


Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1542, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod.Palat.Lat.1886, f.11v-12r
Description: From: the collection of 10 sea charts, tav.9
Sources: 4, 5, 10, 20

89
Name: Oval map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : about 1535-1542
Text: Italian
Sizes: 295 x 195 mm
Site: Germany, Munchen, Bayerische StaatsBibliotek
Description: From: the collection of sea charts
Sources: 83, 84, 259, 476, 477
83
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

90
Name: Map of the World
Author: Brouscon Guillaume
Date : 1543, France
Text: French
Sizes: 463 682 mm With rectangular prolongation in the basis 175 215 (415 632) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 46
Description:
Sources: 27, 110, 189, 245, 246, 251, 321

91
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1544, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 295 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress Geography and Map Division G1001 .A4 1544
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-26
Description: From the collection portolans of 9 map and a map of the World
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 324, 452, 479

92
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1544, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 295 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division G1001 .A4 1544
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-26
Description: From collection portolans of 10 maps
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 324, 452, 479

93
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1544, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 295 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress Geography and Map Division G1001 .A4 1544
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-26
Description: From collection portolans of 10 maps
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 324, 452, 479

94
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1544, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 295 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress Geography and Map Division G1001.A4 1544
USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-26
Description: From collection portolans of 10 maps
Sources: 5, 10, 52, 189, 226, 242, 243, 245, 324, 325, 452, 479, 901

95
Name: Map of the World
Author: Cabot Sebastian
Date : 1544
Text: English
Sizes: 2160 x 1240 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge.AA.582 - copy
Description:
Sources: 37, 38, 88, 110, 111, 118, 142, 162, 169, 195, 202, 242, 254, 258, 528, 558, 297, 604, 657, 664,
909
84
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

96
Name: Macedonia and Thrace
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1544, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 150 x 190 mm on sheet 320 x 210 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, :MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.66
Description: From French edition Cosmographia, it is possible: La cosmographie vniverselle de tovt le
monde... Paris, Chez M. Sonnius, 1575. Liure IIII, p. 1049
Sources: 46, 51, 192, 193, 202, 207, 494, 609
97
Name: Asia Minor
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1544, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 140 x 180 mm on sheet 320 x 210 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.69
Description: From: German edition Cosmographia. The rst German edition has been published as:
Cosmographia: Beschreibung aller Lender durch Sebastianum Munsterum wlcher begriffen ...
Basel : Getruckt ... durch Hennrichen Petri, 1544. The map appeared in several editions of this
work in different languages from 1544 to 1628
Sources: 271, 494
98
Name: The World in the form of heart (Charta Cosmographica)
Author: Gemma Frisius Apian, Petrus
Date : 1544, Antwerpen
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 275 x 190 mm (Excepting surrounding text)
Site: USA, NY, Old Field, Jo-Ann & Richard Casten Ltd, catalog
USA, WI, Madison, Special Collections Department, Memorial Library, University of
Wisconsin-Madison, Memorial Library (1550)
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota (1550)
Description: From: La Cosmographie de Pierre Apian, Diest, 1544
Sources: 145, 172, 180, 193, 202, 242, 258, 300, 531, 568, 580, 715, 751, 893
99
Name: Tabvla Asiae I
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1545, Basel: Petri Heinrich
Text: Latin
Sizes: 240 x 320 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.93
Description: From: Geographia vniversalis, vetvs et nova, complectens Clavdii Ptolemaei ... libros VIII ... /
succedunt tabulae Ptolemaicae, opera Sebastiani Munsteri ... Basileae : per Henrichvm Petrvm,
1545
Sources: 494
100
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1545
Text: Italian
Sizes: 295 x 435 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 492 (=5120)
Description: From: The sea Atlas, Agnese, Battista, 1545, 15 maps, map No12
Sources: 5, 10, 397
101
Name: Universalis Cosmographia
Author: Honter, Johannes, engraver Vogtherr Heinrich elder
Date : 1546, Zurich
Text: German
Sizes: 120 160 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 16
Description: From: Rudimenta Cosmographica, Honter, 1546, Zurich
Sources: 202, 508, 732, 815, 846
85
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102
Name: Map of the World
Author: Desceliers Pierre
Date : 1546, Paris
Text: French
Sizes: 2600 x 1300 mm
Site: England, Manchester, John Reylands Library, French MS 1
Description:
Sources: 50, 176, 535, 546, 616, 663

103
Name: Map of East part Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Freire, Joao
Date : 1546
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 557 461 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-35
Description: From: the collection of 7 sea charts
Sources: 10, 52, 59, 61, 94, 110, 189, 209, 245, 485, 577

104
Name: The Europe and Northern Africa
Author: unknown
Date : 1547, Dieppe, France
Text:
Sizes: 390 280 mm (370 480)
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 29
Description: From: so-called Vallard Atlas , 15 maps and tables, Dieppe, 1547, map 8
Sources: 27, 52, 61, 94, 110, 189, 245, 246, 482

105
Name: Carta marina nova tabula
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 175 x 134 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 7.d.229 tav. 60
Description: From: Geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo alessandrino, ... / Claudius Ptolemaeus; trad: Pietro
Andrea Mattioli, Sebastian Munster, Giacomo Gastaldi. - Venetia: per Gioan Baptista
Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 146, 172, 193, 202, 242, 259, 417, 504, 844

106
Name: Tabula Asiae I
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 131 x 172 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229 (tav. 35)
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.88
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti &
aggiunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 48, 66, 163, 172, 186, 202, 233, 271, 373, 494, 627, 694, 913
107
Name: Tabula Asiae II
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 131 x 172 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229
Description: From: Geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo alessandrino, ... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Pietro
Andrea Mattioli, Sebastian Munster, Giacomo Gastaldi. - Venetia : per Gioan Baptista
Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 374
86
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

108
Name: Tabula Asiae III
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 131 x 172 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti &
aggiunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 375

109
Name: Tabula Europae IX
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 130 x 170 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti & ag
giunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 371

110
Name: Polonia et Hungaria nova tabula
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 131 x 173 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti &
aggiunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 372, 506

111
Name: Moschovia Nova Tabula
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 132 x 170 mm, Engraving on copper
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229 tav. 38
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti &
aggiunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 371, 436, 695, 786
112
Name: Natolia nova tabvla
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1548, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: 130 x 170 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 37.d.229 tav. 36
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.85
Description: From: Ptolemeo La geograa di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, con alcuni comenti &
aggiunte fatteui da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, con le tauole non solamente antiche &
moderne solite di staparsi, ma altre nuoue aggiunteui di meser Iacopo Gastaldo ... In Venetia :
per Gioa. Baptista Pedrezano, 1548
Sources: 66, 271, 371, 408, 494, 693
87
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113
Name: Carta cosmographica, con los nombres propriedad y vertu de los vientos
Author: Gemma Frisius
Date : 1548, Antwerpen: Bonte, Gregorius de
Text: Latin
Sizes: 190 x 277 mm
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL 54/1
Description: From: Libro dela cosmographia de Pedro Apiano, el qual trata la descripcion del Mundo, y sus
partes, por muy claro y lindo articio, augmentado por el doctissimo varon Gemma Frisio,
doctor en Medecina, y Mathematico excellentissimo : con otros libros del dicho Gemma, de la
materia mesima. Agora neuamente traduzidos en Romance Castellano
Sources: 342, 442

114
Name: Europa die erste Tafel des Ersten Buchs
Author: Stumpf Johannes
Date : 1548, Zurich: Froschauer, Christoffel
Text: German
Sizes: 280 x 385 mm
Site: USA, NY, New York Public Library
Description: From: Johannes Stumpf. Schweytzer Chronik. Zurich: Christoffel Froschauer, 1548
Sources: 117, 436, 499, 583, 610, 871, 898
115
Name: Asia Minor
Author: Stumpf Johannes
Date : 1548, Zurich
Text: Latin
Sizes: 130 x 160 mm on sheet 340 x 220 mm
Site: USA, NY, New York Public Library.
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.126
Description: From collected maps published of Swizeland in 1548
Sources: 494, 898

116
Name: Map of Moskovia
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo, Herberstein, Siegmund Freiherr von
Date : 1549, Vein
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 265 mm
Site: England, London, The Map House of London,
Description: From: Rerum moscouitiarum commentarij Sigismundi Liberi Baronis in Herberstain, Neyperg
& Guettenhag, Basilae 1551
Sources: 12, 13, 887

117
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean.
Author: unknown
Date : 1549, Messina
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Cagliari, Consiglio regionale della Sardegna
Description: There is an inscription: Janpetr...ssa Juni In nobili civitate Messane Anno Domini 1549 fecit
Sources: 310

118
Name: Figura Del Mondo Univerale
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1550, Basel
Text: Latin
Sizes: 381 279 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 2885
Description: It was published in editions Munsters Cosmography
Sources: 842, 888

88
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

119
Name: Map of the World
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1550
Text:
Sizes: 1060 x 720 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr
Description:
Sources: 873

120 The image is absent


Name: Map of the Western coast of the Europe, Mediterranean sea, Black sea, etc.
Author: unknown
Date : 1550
Text:
Sizes: Parchment
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 17,539
Description:
Sources: 456

121
Name: Quam hic vides orbis imagine[m] lector ca[n]dide ea[m] ut posteriore[m] ita &
eme[n]datiorem ijs que hactenus circu[m]ferebantur esse America sarmatiaq[ue] ac India
testantur
Author: Salamanca, Antonio
Date : 1550, Rome
Text: Italian
Sizes: 420 x 510 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, ZM2 100 (1556)
Description: The version of a Mercator map of World 1538, directly based on a Fin Oronces map of
World, 1531
Sources: 34, 136, 172, 202, 235, 294, 338

122
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1550, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 289 417 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-10
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1550, containing 16 maps
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 259, 478, 665

123
Name: Oval map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1550, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 289 417 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-10
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1550, containing 16 maps
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 259, 478, 665

124
Name: Russia
Author: unknown
Date : 1550, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 289 417 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-10
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1550, containing 16 maps
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 243, 245, 259, 478, 665

89
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125 The image is absent


Name: Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas, coasts of the Western Europe and Northern Africa
Author: Oliva, Jaume
Date : 1550, Marseilles
School: Mallorca
Sizes: 570 x 790 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Vellum Chart; 6
Description:
Sources: 724

126 The image is absent


Name: Portolan the Mediterranean, Black, Azov seas, a part of Atlantic ocean and Arctic sea
Author: Gutierez Diego
Date : 1550, Seville
Text: Latin
Sizes: 1070 670 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek 1551
Description:
Sources: 1, 6, 9, 10, 253, 451

127
Name: Map of Moskovia
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo
Date : 1550, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni Battista
Text: Italian
Sizes: Book format
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: Herberstein, Sigmund, Comentari della Moscovia, Venezia: Pederzano Giovanni
Battista, 1550
Sources: 352, 532, 533

128 The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Homem Lopo
Date : 1550
Text:
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Rome, private Biblioteca Duke Salviati di Migliarino
Description: It is shown Mediterranean and Black seas, Northern Africa. Flags, wind roses
Sources: 10, 61, 68

129
Name: The Western part of Black sea
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1550
Text:
Sizes: 160 x 195 mm, scale around 1:6 000 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum,
Description: From the collection of 13 sea charts
Sources: 775

130
Name: East part of Black sea
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1550
Text:
Sizes: 160 x 195 mm, scale around 1:6 000 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum,
Description: From the collection of 13 sea charts
Sources: 774

90
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

131
Name: Esta Carta general en plano hizo Sancho Gutierrez cosmographo
Author: Gutierez Sancho
Date : 1551
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 3360 x 1060 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Map Department: K I 99.416.
Description: Copy of absolutely condential on duty map Portuguese Casa de L Casa de la
Contradacion .
Sources: 594, 702

132 The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Olives Bartolomeo
Date : 1552, (Mallorca) Messina
Text: Spanish
Sizes:
Site: USA, NY, New York, The Hispanic Society of America
Description: It is shown Mediterranean and Black seas, the Europe and Africa. Flags, wind roses
Sources: 10, 217

133
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1552, Candia
Text: Greek
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Sweden, Stockholm, State Archivi
Description:
Sources: 10, 13, 172, 873

134
Name: Tabula Nova Prima Europa
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1552, Basel: Petri Heinrich (1550 (Latin), 1550 (German), 1556 (French), 1568, 1575 (Italian),
1578)
Text: French
Sizes: 252 340 (315 395) mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library (1556)
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 75.d.55 (1575)
Description: From: La Cosmographie universelle contenant la situation de toutes les parties du monde,
avec les proprietez & appartenances, Basel: Henry Pierre, 1552.
Sources: 7, 117, 149, 186, 229, 405, 409, 430, 432, 687, 688, 750, 821

135
Name: Tabula Asiae III [Region of the Black and Caspian seas]
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1552, Basel
Text: Latin
Sizes: 343 x 254 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog, 1712
Sources: 838

136
Name: Polonia et Ungaria XV Nova Tabula
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1552, Basel: Petri Heinrich (1550 (Latin), 1550 (German), 1556 (French), 1568, 1575 (Italian))
Text: French
Sizes: 343 259 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 169
Description: From: La Cosmographie universelle contenant la situation de toutes les parties du monde,
avec les proprietez & appartenances, Basel: Henry Pierre, 1552
Sources: 410, 790

91
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137
Name: Vniuerselle, liure IIII. Moschouie
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1552, Basel: Petri Heinrich (1550 (Latin), 1550 (German), 1556 (French), 1568)
Text: French
Sizes: 174 x 160 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2108
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 75.d.55 (1575)
Description: From: La Cosmographie universelle contenant la situation de toutes les parties du monde, avec
les proprietez & appartenances, Basel: Henry Pierre, 1552
Sources: 502, 688

138
Name: Oval map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1553, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 288 460 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-27
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1553, containing 10 maps
Sources: 10, 52, 185, 189, 242, 243, 245, 255, 480, 522

139
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1553, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 288 460 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-27
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1553, containing 10 maps
Sources: 0, 52, 185, 189, 242, 243, 245, 255, 480, 522

140
Name: Map of the World
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1553, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 288 460 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-27
Description: From: Collected maps of the World Agnese, Battista 1553, containing 10 maps
Sources: 10, 52, 185, 189, 242, 243, 245, 255, 480, 522

141
Name: Die Tartareioda
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1554, Venezia
Text: Latin, titule and name of plase on German
Sizes: 260 x 400 mm, scale around 1:8 500 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From: Seekarten von Battista Agnese Anno MDLIV.d.IV.May., 24 maps
Sources: 772

142
Name: Moscaw oder Reuss
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1554, Venezia
Text: Latin, titule and name of plase on German
Sizes: 260 x 400 mm, scale ar.1:8 500 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From: Seekarten von Battista Agnese Anno MDLIV.d.IV.May., 24 maps
Sources: 773

92
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

143
Name: Chart of central-east part of Mediterranean sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1554-1556, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 460 x 295 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 62 (=5067)
Description: From: the collection of 30 maps. Agnese, Battista. 1554-1556, Venezia
Sources: 395, 412, 416
144
Name: Chart of Black sea
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1554-1556, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 460 x 295 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 62 (=5067)
Description: From: the collection of 30 maps. Agnese, Battista. 1554-1556, Venezia
Sources: 395, 412, 416
145
Name: Chorography-Chart of Moskovia
Author: Agnese, Battista
Date : 1554-1556, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 460 x 295 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 62 (=5067)
Description: From: the collection of 30 maps. Agnese, Battista. 1554-1556, Venezia
Sources: 395, 396, 412, 416
146
Name: Map of the World
Author: Homem Lopo
Date : 1554, Lisboa
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 2237 x 1425 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Museo di Storia delle Sienze, VII.42
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans
Description:
Sources: 2, 10, 16, 61, 145, 258, 299
147
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Oliva, Joan Rizo
Date : 1555
Text:
Sizes: 1040 x 680 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, 30cea 1555
Description:
Sources: 287
148
Name: Map of the World
Author: Le Testu, Guillaume
Date : 1555, Havre
Text: Franch
Sizes: 535 x 380 mm
Site: France, Paris, Les Librairies de la Documentation francaise, Service historique de lArmee de
terre, bibliotheque, Manuscrit 607
Description: From: Cosmographie Universelle selon le navigateurs, tant anciens que modernes, Guillaume
Le Testu, Havre, 1555-1556
Sources: 331, 473, 596, 605
149
Name: East part of Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Freducci, Angelo de Conte
Date : 1555, Ancona
Text: Latin
Sizes: 470 x 350 mm, scale around 1: 6 000 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From the collection of 6 maps
Sources: 776
93
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

150
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea
Author: Panades Banet
Date : 1556, Palermo
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 1000 x 660 mm
Site: Italy, Bologna, Universit di Bologna, Dipartimento di Astronomia, Museo della Specola,
Inv. MdS-102
Description:
Sources: 551, 919, 921
151
Name: Portolan
Author: Panades Banet
Date : 1557
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 835 x 505 mm
Site: Italy, Genova, Castello DAlbertis
Description:
Sources: 875
152
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean
Author: Prunes Mateo
Date : 1559, Mallorca
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 970 x 660 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Vellum Chart Collection, Geography and Map
Division, Vellum Chart; 7
Description:
Sources: 619, 725
153
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Homem Diogo
Date : 1559
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans. Res. GeDD 2003
Description:
Sources: 10, 61, 190, 251, 280
154
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Oliva, Jaume
Date : 1559, Mallorca, Messina
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 690 343 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 21,029.
Description:
Sources: 456, 671
155
Name: The full and Perfect Map describing the Whole World
Author: Haggi Ahmed
Date : 1559, Venezia
Text: Turkish
Sizes: 1100 x 1065 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress
Description:
Sources: 28, 132, 159, 202, 317, 524, 658, 867
156 The image is absent
Name: East part of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Oliva, Jaume
Date : 1560, Messina
Text: Italian
Sizes: 410 x 280 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Vellum Chart 8 Vault
Description: From the collection of 5 maps
Sources: 723
94
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

157
Name: East Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Velho, Bartolomeo
Date : 1560, Portugal
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 440 330 (406 302) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-44
Description: From: collected of 16 charts
Sources: 59, 61, 94, 189, 242, 245, 487

158
Name: East part of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: unknown
Date : 1550-60
Text:
Sizes: 240 x 170 mm, scale around 1:16 000 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From: collected maps of 24 maps with diagramm and charts
Sources: 770

159
Name: Tabvla Asiae I (tav.16) Asia, tavola prima antica
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 198 x 263 mm, scale 1:7,408,000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80.1
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.96
Description: From: Geographia di Clavdio Tolomeo Alessandrino / nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano
da Girolamo Rvscelli ... In Venetia : Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1561. It was reprinted in
1562, 1564, 1574, 1598
Sources: 271, 387, 494

160
Name: Tabula Asiae III
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 198 x 262 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80.1
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius;
trad.: Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia: Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1561
Sources: 388, 631

161
Name: Europae Tabula IX
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 198 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80.1
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius;
trad: Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia: Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1561
Sources: 386, 435, 837

162
Name: Polonia et Hungaria nova tavola (tav.IX)
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
School: Italian
Sizes: 201 x 263 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80.2
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius;
trad: Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia:Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1561
Sources: 146, 172, 193, 202, 242, 258, 389

95
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

163
Name: Natolia nvova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 170 x 240 mm, Scale 1:6,500,000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80 (ex strenne)
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.95
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius; trad:
Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia: Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi , 1561
Sources: 494, 630
164
Name: Moschovia nuova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 199 x 262 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 120.d.80.2
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1998, lot 192
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius;
trad.: Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia : Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi , 1561
Sources: 390, 788

165
Name: Carta marina nuova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1561, Venezia: Valgrisi Vincenzo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 192 x 262 mm (180 245 mm by a framework of a map)
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana,120.d.80.2
England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS2896
Description: From: La geograa ... nuouamente tradotta di Greco in Italiano / Ptolomaeus, Claudius ;
trad.: Girolamo Ruscelli. - Venetia : Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi , 1561 (tav.XXXVI)
Sources: 146, 172, 193, 202, 242, 258, 389

166 The image is absent


Name: Sea chart of the Black and Azov seas
Author: Homem Diogo
Date : 1561, Portugal
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 300 x 470 mm
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, 40 dell inventario
Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval, PM-2
Description: Are shown Black and east part of Mediterranean sea. Flags, wind roses, the arms
Sources: 10, 61, 519, 758, 901
167
Name: The Europe and Northern Africa
Author: Maggiolo Jacopo
Date : 1561
Text: Italian
Sizes: 1230 x 914 mm
Site: Italy, Genova - Pegli, Museo Navale
Description:
Sources: 56, 315, 505, 602, 872, 910

168 The image is absent


Name: East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: unknown
Date : 1562
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 483 311 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Eg. 2860
Description: From collection portolans from 10 maps
Sources: 456, 457

96
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

169
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1562
Text: Italian
Sizes: 356 254 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Eg. 2856
Description: From the collection portolans 18 maps
Sources: 456, 679, 707

170
Name: Map of the World
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1562
Text: Italian
Sizes: 356 254 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Eg. 2856
Description: From the collection portolans 18 maps
Sources: 456, 679, 707

171 The image is absent


Name: East part of Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Olives Bartolomeo
Date : 1562, Messina (Mallorca)
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 323 x 230 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana , Cod.Urb. Lat. 283
Description: From the collection portolans 14 maps
Sources: 10, 20, 21, 902

172
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea
Author: Homem Diogo
Date : 1562
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 980 680 mm, Parchment
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Ms.It.IV 64 (10032)
Description:
Sources: 406, 427

173
Name: Chart coasts of the Europe
Author: Maggiolo Jacopo
Date : 1562, Genova, Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 9810
Description:
Sources: 670

174
Name: Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae descriptio
Author: Jenkinson Anthony
Date : 1562, London
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 547 mm (353 x 442)
Site: Russia, Moscow, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Inv. -118094
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University
Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, St.Geogr.I.587
Description: From: Teatrum orbis terrarum, Ortelius, Abraham, 1579, Antwerpen, p. 82.
(41 reprinting from 1570 up to 1612)
Sources: 3, 541, 543, 719, 766, 900, 902, 905

97
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175
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea, the seas of Black and Azov and Atlantic coast of the Europe and
Northern Africa
Author Prunes Mateo
Date : 1563, Mallorca
Text: Toponymics on latin
Sizes: 530 x 900 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval, PM-1
Description:
Sources: 313, 328, 566, 758, 901
176
Name: Chart-portolan
Author: unknown
Date : 1563
Text: Italian
Sizes: 331 230 mm
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, S.P.II.37
Description:
Sources: 5, 509
177
Name: Chart
Author: Oliva, Jaume
Date : 1563, Napoli (Mallorca)
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 1156 x 813 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 17
Description:
Sources: 10, 185, 290
178
Name: Map of Atlantic and the Mediterranean
Author: Maggiolo Jacopo
Date : 1563
Text: Italian
Sizes: 1023 850 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Societe de
Geographic Y 1704
Description: From the collection of sea charts
Sources: 10, 97, 173, 190, 281, 330, 747
179 The image is absent
Name: Map of the Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1564, Messina
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format, parchment
Site: England, London, the British library, Add.17540
Description:
Sources: 456
180 The image is absent
Name: Map of the Black and Azov seas
Author: Oliva, Jaume
Date : 1564
Text:
Sizes: 420 x 320 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval
Description: From: The collection of 7 sea charts for the whole world
Sources: 901
181
Name: Il disegno dgeograa moderna della prouincia di Natolia, et Caramania ...
Author: Forlani Paolo de
Date : 1564, Venezia: Alla libraria dla insegna dS. Marco
Text: Italian
Sizes: 390 x 550 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection,
MAPS MX 410 a 1511-1774 no.36
Description:
Sources: 35, 46, 130, 133, 143, 199, 202, 235, 242, 258, 265, 267, 494, 499, 742, 760
98
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

182
Name: Vniversale descrittione di tvtta la terra conoscivta n qvi
Author: Forlani Paolo de
Date : 1565, Venezia: Berteli Ferando
Text: Italian
Sizes: 410 x 750 mm, color, hand-written
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress Geography and Map Division G3200 1565 .F6
Vault, Rosenwald Collection, no. 1304
Description:
Sources: 130, 202, 263, 429, 350, 453, 526, 741, 848

183
Name: Chart
Author: Calapoda Cretensis, Georgio Sideri
Date : 1565, Candia
Text: Greek
Sizes: 290 430 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. GE D 4497
Description:
Sources: 10, 190, 251, 282, 332, 621, 748
184
Name: Map of the Europe
Author: Homem Diogo (?)
Date : 1565
School: Portuguese
Sizes: 451 294 mm
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The Russian National Library, the manuscript department, Codex 1958
Description: From the collection of 18 sea charts, chart 6
Sources: 10, 61, 754
185
Name: Map of the World
Author: Homem Diogo (?)
Date : 1565
School: Portuguese
Sizes: 451 294 mm
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The Russian National Library, the manuscript department, Codex 1958
Description: From the collection of 18 sea charts, chart 1
Sources: 0, 61, 754
186
Name: Map of the World of 36 gores
Author: Floriano Johannes
Date : 1565, Rome: Lafrery, Antoine
Text: Italian
Sizes: 480 x 840 mm, scale ar.1:50 000 000
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, ZF1/90
Description:
Sources: 91, 202, 337
187
Name: Planisphera
Author: Desliens Nicolas
Date : 1566, Dieppe, France
Text: French
Sizes: 450 x 270 mm, On thin parchment
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, IFN- 8011504
Description: The north is located below
Sources: 251, 574, 595, 667, 685
188
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Ali Macar Reis
Date : 1567
Text: Turkish
Sizes: 310 x 430 mm
Site: Turkey, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum, H.644
Description: From collection Atlas-i Humayun (the Imperial atlas), 7 maps
Sources: 10, 181, 185, 311, 490
99
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

189
Name: Lithuania, Poland and the adjoining grounds
Author: Gastaldi Giacomo, engraver Forlani Paolo de
Date : 1568, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 380 530 (418 566) mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: In cartoushe: Il uero disegno della seconda / parte dil Regno di Polonia, / dell ecc.mo m.
Giacomo Gastaldo / piamontese. / Jn Venetia lAnno .M. D. LXVIII. / jntagliata da Paolo
Forlani / Veronese al segno della Co / lonna inmerzaria. /
Sources: 130, 149, 263, 743

190
Name: Map of the Mediterranean and northwest Atlantic
Author: Forlani Paolo de
Date : 1569, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 485 x 810 mm on sheet 570 x 910 mm, scale around 1:7 500 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description:
Sources: 173, 263, 743, 769

191
Name: Nova Et Aucta Orbis Terrae Descriptio Ad Usum Navigantium emendate accomodata
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1569, Duisburg, Germany
Text: Latin
Sizes: 1340 x 2120 mm, Scale 1:4 200 000
Site: Netherlands, Rotterdam, Maritiem Museum Prins Hendrik
Description: First use of projection of Mercator
Sources: 2, 46, 65, 66, 88, 96, 100, 120, 122, 145, 148, 161, 162, 163, 169, 202, 212, 232, 234, 242, 258,
659

192
Name: Das erst general inhaltend die beschzeibung und den circsel des gantzen Erdtreichs und Moezes
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1570, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 381 x 279 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog t0100
Description: From: Cosmography, Sebastian Munster, Basel, 1572 (Entered into editions 1550-1575)
Sources: 130, 163, 186, 201, 202, 433, 449, 515, 544, 755, 781, 792, 814, 840

193
Name: Carte cosmographique ou universelle description du monde avec le vrai traict des vents.
Faict en Dieppe par Jehan Cossin marinier en lan 1570
Author: Cossin, Jehan
Date : 1570, Dieppe
Text: French
Sizes: 255 x 450 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Res. Ge D 7896
Description: Sine wave projection
Sources: 27, 237, 355, 575

194
Name: Map of the World
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1570, Messina
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 590 x 800 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval, Mss Vit 4-20
Description: The collection of sea charts, 19 charts
Sources: 471, 668, 901

100
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

195
Name: East part of Mediterranean sea, Black and Azov seas (a fragment)
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1570, Messina
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 300 x 390 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval, Mss Vit 4-20
Description: The collection of sea charts of the World, 19 maps
Sources: 471, 668, 901

196
Name: Typus orbis terrarum
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C.20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
(Reprintings 1574, 1575, 1579, 1598)
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

197
Name: Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicvs
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

198
Name: Asiae nova descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

101
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

199
Name: Turcici Imperii descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

200
Name: Europa
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C.20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

201
Name: Russia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

202
Name: Tartaria Sive Magni Chami Regni
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 495 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library holds 17 A. Ortelius
atlases.
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.2.c.3
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, D7643
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, X912/7
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570.
Sources: 13, 45, 130, 134, 162, 202, 294, 306, 340, 450, 623, 672, 750, 764, 767

102
PERIOD OF 1500-1600
203
Name: Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 320 x 220 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.82
USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division, D.C. 20540-4650
G1006 .T5 1570b Vault
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570
Sources: 29, 30, 42, 46, 66, 100, 119, 134, 135, 145, 147, 148, 162, 172, 178, 179, 196, 199, 202, 203,
208, 234, 242, 258, 455, 496
204
Name: Pontos Euxeinos (Pontvs Euxinvx)
Author: Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Franz Hogenberg
Date : 1570, Antwerpen: Diesth Gilles Coppenium
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 470 mm, Scale 1:3 700 000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.75
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae: apud A.C. Diesth, 1570
Sources: 494
205
Name: East Mediterranean, Black sea, and Caspian sea
Author: Fernando Vaz Dourado
Date : 1570, Goa
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 336 453 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-41
Description: From the collection of sea charts of the World containing 17 charts
Sources: 52, 59, 61, 189, 242, 245, 486
206
Name: Chart
Author: Petrucci Giulio di Cesare
Date : 1571, Pisa
Text: Italian and Latin
Sizes: 930 620 mm, scale 1:6 300 000
Site: Italy, Bologna, Universit di Bologna, Dipartimento di Astronomia, Museo della Specola, Inv.
MdS-101
Italy, Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, Campari App.435 Y.A. I..(copy)
Description:
Sources: 10, 90, 551, 922

207
Name: Europe
Author: Duchetti, Claudio
Date : 1571, Rome
Text: Latin and Italian
Sizes: 510 x 630 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Cote : Ge DD 2987 (144) B,
Reprod. Sc 85/137
Description:
Sources: 357

208
Name: Pars Orbis. Sacrae geographiae tabulam ex antiquissimorum cultor, familiis a Mose recensitis
ad sacrorum libror, explicandor
Author: Arias Montanus Benedietus
Date : 1571, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin, Jewish
Sizes: 335 x 545 mm, Copper engraving
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, 933/A
England, London, The Map House of London, catalog 2002, WLD 2486
Description: From: Biblia Sacra, Hebraice, Chaldaice, Graece & Latine ...Antwerp, Christopher Plantin,
1571 . Tom. 6, p. 553
Sources: 57, 166, 196, 202, 242, 298, 344, 351, 447, 606, 697
103
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

209
Name: Map of east part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1571, Mallorca
Text:
Sizes: 447 x 307 mm
Site: Italy, Genova - Pegli, Museo Navale
Description:
Sources: 875

210
Name: Neum Griechen landt mit andern anstoffenden Landern...
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : (1540) 1572, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 255 x 345 mm
Site: USA, New Hampshire, Stoddard, Hemispheres Antique Maps & Prints, catalog 2003, M-21
Description: From German edition Cosmographia Munster, Basel, 1572
Sources: 130, 163, 545

211
Name:
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1569
Text: Latin
Sizes: Wool format
Site: England, London, the British library, Maps.C.29.c.13
Description: From: atlas of the Europe, Mercator, 1572
Sources: 675, 734, 907

212
Name: East Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1572, Messina
Text: Latin
Sizes: 300 x 415 mm, scale ar.1:8 500 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From the collection of 10 maps
Sources: 777

213
Name: Discorso Intorno Alla Carta Da Navigare
Author: Porcacchi Tomaso da Castilione, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1572, Venezia: Galignani de Karera, Simon and Porro, Girolamo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 102 139 (110 x 146) mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 87.d.133 (1576)
Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2219
Description: From: LIsole Piu Famose Del Mondo, Venice: Simon Galignani & Girolamo Porro, 1572
(Reprintings are known 1576, 1605 and up to 1620)
Sources: 202, 407, 503, 526, 669, 820, 889

214
Name: Descrittione del Mappamondo
Author: Porcacchi Tomaso da Castilione, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1572, Venezia: Galignani de Karera, Simon and Porro, Girolamo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 148 x 102 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.34.2, p. 193 (1620)
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 6
Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL Q57/1
Description: From: LIsole Piu Famose Del Mondo, Venice: Simon Galignani & Girolamo Porro, 1572
(Reprintings are known 1576, 1605 and up to 1620)
Sources: 202, 345, 413, 801, 827

104
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

215
Name: Map of the World
Author: Domingos Teixeira
Date : 1573
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 787 457 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Cartes hydr. de la Marine
Portef.l, Div.0,n 1
Description:
Sources: 10, 61, 129, 603, 686, 890
216
Name: Europa e Africa
Author: Camocio Giovanni Francesco
Date : 1574, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 170 x 191 mm, Scale 1: 44.566.449 (360 miles=13 mm)
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Rari V. 244
Description: From: Isole famose, porti, fortezze, e terre maritime sottoposte alla Ser.ma Signoria di Venetia,
ad altri Principi Christiani, et al Sig.or Turco... / Giovanni Francesco Camocio. - In Venetia:
Libraria del segno di S. Marco, 1574
Sources: 392, 534
217
Name: Larcipelago con il stretto di Constantinopoli ...
Author: Berteli Donato
Date : 1574, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 168 x 130 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.7
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Rari V. 422
Description: From: Civitatum aliquot insigniorum et locorum, magis munitorum exacta delineatio:cum
additione aliquot insularum principalium. Disegni di alcune piu illustri citta, et fortezze del
mondo, con aggiunta di alcune isole principali / Donato Bertelli. - Venetiis , 1574
Sources: 271, 411, 494
218
Name: Orbis descriptio
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 180 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574. (tav.28)
Sources: 382

219
Name: Ptolemaei cognita
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 193 x 275 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 4346
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un dis
corso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574 (tav.1)
Sources: 376, 763, 805, 816, 843
220
Name: Tabula Asiae I
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, Venezia, Appresso: Ziletti, Giordano, 1574. (tav.16)
Sources: 379, 433, 915
105
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

221
Name: Tabula Asiae II
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Ziletti, Giordano, 1574. (tav.17)
Sources: 380

222
Name: Tabula Asiae III
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso: Ziletti, Giordano, 1574. (tav.18)
Sources: 381, 628
223
Name: Europae Tabula VIII
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 191 x 265 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574. (tav.9)
Sources: 377

224
Name: Europae Tabula IX
Author: Malombra Giovanni, Ruscelli, Girolamo, Moleto, Giuseppe
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574. (tav.10)
Sources: 378, 433
225
Name: Polonia et Hungaria nuova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574. (tav.45)
Sources: 383, 795

226
Name: Moschovia nuova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574.(tav.53)
Sources: 384, 434, 915
106
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

227
Name: Carta marina nuova tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 188 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 97.d.223,
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574. (tav.65)
Sources: 193, 202, 385, 394, 858
228
Name: Natolia Nuova Tavola
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1574, Venezia: Ziletti, Giordano
Text: Italian
Sizes: 190 x 260 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 74.d.119
Description: From: Ptolemaeus, Claudius. La / geograaCon lespositioni del Ruscelli... Et con un
discorso di M. Goseppe Moleto, In Venetia, Appresso Giordano Ziletti, 1574 (tav. 52,
ff.101v-102r)
Sources: 393, 394, 789, 915
229
Name: Moderna discrizzione dellEuropa
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1575, Cologne: Byrckmanno Arnoldo
Text: Italian
Sizes: 322 x 410 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 75.d.55
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 319
Description: From: Cosmographia universale/ Sebastian Munster. - Colonia: Appresso gli heredi dArnoldo
Byrckmanno, 1575
Sources: 409, 799
230
Name: Asie
Author: Thevet Andre
Date : 1575, Paris: Chaudiere Guilaume
Text: French
Sizes: 460 x 350 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University, collection Linman
Description: From: La cosmographie universelle dAndre Thevet cosmographe dv roy. Illustree de Diverses
gures des chosesplus remarquables vev par lAuteur,, incogneues de noz Anciens Modernes.
Tome Premier, Paris: Guilaume Chaudiere, 1575
Sources: 716
231
Name: Black and Caspian seas
Author: Camocio Giovanni Francesco
Date : 15601575, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: Cosmographia Universalis Et Exactissima Iuxta Postremam Neotericorum, Giovanni
Francesco Camocio, 1567
Sources: 533
232
Name: Europe
Author: Belleforest, Francois de
Date : 1575, Paris
Text: French
Sizes: 465 x 340 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans
England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS3227
Description: From: La Cosmographie Universelle de tout le Monde, Munster, Sebastian,
Francois de Belleforest, Paris: Michel Sonnius, 1575
Sources: 202, 356, 684
107
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

233
Name: East Mediterranean
Author: Fernando Vaz Dourado
Date : 1576
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 380 x 510 mm
Site: Portugal, Lisboa, Biblioteca Nacional, Il. 173, folio nr 8 (chart nr 5), .
Description: Chart 6 from collection portolans of 20 charts, tables and diagramms
Sources: 19, 53, 54, 59, 60, 61, 64, 74, 76, 77, 78, 82, 95, 104, 108, 128, 150, 151, 194, 231, 238, 239,
465, 466, 594

234
Name: Natoliae
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1577
Text: Italian
Sizes: 80 x 110 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.77
Description: From: the Italian edition Epitome Ortelius, Abraham, 1577 .
Sources: 271, 494

235
Name: Ptolemaisch General Tafel begressend die halbe Rugel der Welt
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1578, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 260 340 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 17
Description: From: Cosmographia universale. Munster, Sebastian. Basel: Petri Heinrich, 1578
Sources: 202, 460, 732, 854

236
Name: Black sea and east Mediterranean
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1578, Messina
Text: Italian
Sizes: 240 350 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-33
Description: From: collected maps of the World, containing 14 navigation charts
Sources: 52, 59, 189, 242, 245, 484

237
Name: Russia and the Near East
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1578, Messina
Text: Italian
Sizes: 240 350 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-33
Description: From: collected maps of the World, containing 14 navigation charts
Sources: 52, 59, 189, 242, 245, 484

238
Name: Natoliam modern, dicunt eam partem quam Asiam Minorem appellavere veteres
Author: Jode, Gerard de
Date : 1578
Text: Italian
Sizes: 380 x 510 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.24
Description: Probably from: Speculum orbis terrarum. Antverpiae : In aedibus Gerardi de Iode, typis Gerardi
Smits, 1578
Sources: 271, 469, 494
108
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

239
Name: Asiae I Tab.
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1578, Cologne
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 440 mm, scale around 1:3,600,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.98
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae Cl. Ptolomei / per Gerardum Mercatorem. Coloniae Agrippinae,
1578
Sources: 494, 552

240
Name: Europae tabula IX
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1578, Cologne
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 440 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.62
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae / Cl. Ptolemei ad mentem autoris restitutae & emendate per
Gerardum Mercatorem ... Coloniae Agrippinae : typis Godefridi Kempensis, 1578
Sources: 46, 172, 202, 234, 494

241
Name: Turcici Imperii Descriptio. Concordia parue res crecunt, Discordia maxime dilabuntur
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1579, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 375 x 495 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam University Library
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antwerpen: Plantijn, 1579
Sources: 29, 30, 39, 66, 119, 124, 147, 154, 234, 262, 307, 727, 732

242
Name: Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1579, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 310 x 220 mm on sheet 460 x 280 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.78
Description: From: Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antwerpen: Plantijn, 1579
Sources: 494, 717

243
Name: East part of Mediterranean sea, Black and Azov seas
Author: Oliva, Joan Rizo
Date : 1580, Naples
Text: Italian
Sizes: 430 x 290 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Royal Palace Library in Madrid (Palacio de Oriente)
Description: From: so-called Oliva Atlas, consisting of 19 maps
Sources: 488, 572, 614, 812

244
Name: Chart of east part of Mediterranean sea, Aigaion Pelagos and Black sea
Author: Olives Bartolomeo
Date : after 1580, Mallorca
Text: Spanish and Arabian
Sizes: 306 442 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 32
Description: Chart 6 from the collection of sea charts Olives Bartolomeo consisting of 14 charts
Sources: 52, 189, 242, 245, 483

109
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

245
Name: Without the name [Europa Regina]
Author: Munster, Sebastian
Date : 1580, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 166 259 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 320
Description: From: Cosmographia universale. Munster, Sebastian. - Basel, 1580
Sources: 234, 309, 592, 797, 800, 806
246
Name: The great Sultan and Constantinople
Author: unknown
Date : 1580, Italy
Text: Italian and Latin
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 11549 f.2
Description:
Sources: 683
247
Name: Map of the World in the form of two greater hemispheres
Author: Varese, Giovanni Anthonie da, Du Perac, Etienne and assistents
Date : 1581, Vatican
Text: Italian
Sizes: on the wall
Site: Italy, Rome, Vatican, Gallery La Galleria delle Carte Geograche of the Belvedere Palace
Description:
Sources: 11, 247, 470
248
Name: Die Eigentliche und Warhafftige Gestalt der Erden und des Meers. Cosmographia Universalis
Author: Bunting Heinrich
Date : 1581, Magdebourg: Donat, Paul, in edition Kircher, Athanasius
Text: German
Sizes: 361 x 272 mm
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, ZM2 470 1581 1
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 38
Description: From book: Bunting, Henricus Itinerarium Magdeburg, 1591
Sources: 202, 297, 343, 802, 889
249
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean
Author: Olives Bartolomeo
Date : 1583, Fortress of El Salvador in Messina, Sicily
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 525 x 950 mm, Parchment
Site: USA, ME, Portland, Osher Map Library, University of Southern Maine
Description:
Sources: 491, 492
250
Name: Tab. IX Europae continens Daciam, Misiam, Thraciam ac Macedonia
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1584, Amsterdam
Text: Latin
Sizes: 460 x 350 mm
Site: England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS4950
Description: From last edition Geography Ptolemaeus 1695
Sources: 501, 684
251
Name: Chart
Author: Olives Bartolomeo
Date : 1584, Mallorca
Text: Spanish
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 16
Description:
Sources: 10, 185, 302
110
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

252
Name: Romaniae, (quae olim Thracia dicta) vicinorumq. regionum, uti Bulgariae, Walachiae, Syfriae,
etc. Descriptio. Auctore Iacobo Castaldo.
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1584, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 368 x 505 mm
Site: Ukraine, Kyiv, National Library of Ukraine of V.Vernadsky, 3495
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 98, 2002, lot 327
Description: From: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Ortelius, Abraham. Antwerpen: Christopher PLatin, 1584
Sources: 45, 135, 537, 565, 567, 661, 732, 793, 826, 865, 880
253
Name: Natoliae quae oli[m] Asia Minor noua descriptio
Author: Favolius, Hugo
Date : 1585, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 80 x 110 mm on sheet 200 x 150 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.35
Description: From: Theatri orbis terrarum enchiridion, minoribus tabulis per Philippum Gallaeum exaratun:
et carmine heroico, ex variis geographis & potis collecto / per Hugonem Favolium illustratum.
Antvverpiae : excudebat Philippo Gallaeo Christophorus Plantinus, 1585
Sources: 494

254
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean sea
Author: Doran, Edmond
Date : 1586
Text:
Sizes: 965 x 711 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, 30cea/1586
Description:
Sources: 291

255
Name: Typus orbis terrarum
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1586, Antwerpen : Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 485 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam University Library
Description: From: Theatrum Oribis Terrarum, Antwerp, 1587/1628
Sources: 25, 29, 30, 42, 45, 100, 119, 124, 135, 147, 162, 163, 172, 178, 199, 202, 235, 236, 242, 248,
306, 526

256
Name: Typus orbis terrarum / Ab. Ortelius describ. cum privilegio decennali
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1587, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Latin
Sizes: 335 x 485 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam University Library
Description: From: Theatrum Oribis Terrarum, Antwerp, 1587/1628
Sources: 25, 29, 30, 42, 45, 100, 119, 124, 135, 147, 162, 163, 172, 178, 199, 202, 235, 236, 242, 248,
306, 526

257
Name: Portolan of the Mediterranean sea
Author: Oliva, Joan Rizo
Date : 1587
Text:
Sizes: 940 x 559 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, 49cea/1587
Description:
Sources: 293

111
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258
Name: Orbis terrae compendiosa descriptio
Author: Mercator Rumold
Date : 1587, Amsterdam
Text: Latin
Sizes: 524 x 293 mm
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, ZM2 100a 1587 1
Russia, Moscow, The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
China, University Library, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Description: From: Geography Strabo. Geneva, 1587
Sources: 3, 202, 339, 443, 493, 510, 511, 804, 808, 859

259
Name: Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic coast of the Europe and Northern Africa
Author: Martines, Joan
Date : 1587, Messina
Text:
Sizes: 565 x 775 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library, Mss Vit 4-20
Description: From collection portolans of 19 maps
Sources: 273, 276, 720, 901

260
Name: Europa das ein Drittheil der Erden nach gelegenheit unserer zeit beschrieben
Author: Munster, Sebastian /Petri Heinrich
Date : 1588, Basel
Text: German
Sizes: 361 x 310 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 100, 2002, lot 276
Description: Munsters a Map of Europe, editor Petri
Sources: 573, 590, 796

261
Name: Totius Orbis Cogniti Universalis Descriptio
Author: Jode, Cornelis de
Date : 1589, Antwerpen
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 520 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 36
Description: From: Speculum Orbis Terrae. Antwerp: Cornelis de Jode, 1593
Sources: 46, 163, 202, 205, 234, 242, 526, 726, 884

262
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Schott Johann
Date : 1589
Text:
Sizes: 930 550 mm, Parchment
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 8 (=10056,1)
Description:
Sources: 417

263
Name:
Author: Waghenaer Lucas Janszoon
Date : 1589, Amsterdam: Claess, Nicolay Cornelis
Text: Dutch
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description: From: Spiegel der Zee-vaert, vande Navigatiae der Westersche ZeeAmsterdam: by Cornelis
Claess, 1589
Sources: 303, 750
112
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

264
Name: Asiae Nova Descriptio
Author: Mazza, Giovanni Battista
Date : 1590, Venezia: Rascicotti Donato
Text: Italian
Sizes: 365 480 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 155
Description:
Sources: 221, 569, 732

265
Name: Asia intra Sinum, Amisenum & Issicum
Author: unknown
Date : 1590
Text: Latin
Sizes: 140 x 190 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.1
Description:
Sources: 495

266
Name: Pontus Euxinus. Aequor Iasonio pulsatum remige primum
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date : 1590, Antwerpen
Text: Latin
Sizes: 359 x 490 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.2
Description: From: Theatri geographiae veteris.Tomus posterior in quo itinerarium Antonini Imperatoris
terrestre & maritimum, Provinciarum Romanarum Libellus... Edente P. Bertio/ Petrus Bertius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij , 1619
Sources: 365, 459, 536

267
Name: Map of Asia
Author: Camocio Giovanni Francesco
Date : 1590
Text: Italian
Sizes: 500 x 740 mm, 7 sheets
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: atlas Camocio, Quatro parte del Mondo, 1590, 7 maps
Sources: 295

268
Name: Map of the Europe
Author: Camocio Giovanni Francesco
Date : 1590
Text: Italian
Sizes: 500 x 740 mm, 7 sheets
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: Camocios Atlas, Quatro parte del Mondo, 1590, 7 maps
Sources: 295

269
Name: Universalis Orbis Descriptio... Cogimur E Tabula Pictos Ediscere Mundos
Author: Myriti Giovanni
Date : 1590, Ingolstadt, Germany: Eder, Wolfgang
Text: Latin
Sizes: 267 394 mm
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, Q910/M
Description: From: Opusculum Geographicum Rarum..., Ingolstadt, 1590
Sources: 202, 346, 526
113
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

270
Name: Asiae nova descriptio
Author: Cellarius Daniel, de Jode
Date : 1590, Antwerpen
Text: Latin
Sizes:
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum (GDZ),
Description: From: Speculum Orbis Terrarum. Antwerp, 1593
Sources: 362

271
Name: East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: Dousaigo, Jacques
Date : 1590, Naples
Text:
Sizes: 355 x 475 mm
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From the collection of 6 maps, all are led to scale 71 league in 1 degree
Sources: 778

272
Name: East Mediterranean (map 3)
Author: Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius Rachuseus
Date : 1592, Naples
Text:
Sizes: 365 x 1048 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library, Mss 17818
Description: From the collection of 4 sea charts-portolans: color on parchment
Sources: 278, 462, 463, 901

273
Name: East part of Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date : 1592, Messina
Text:
Sizes: 195 x 255 mm
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From the collection of 6 maps with an authors title Joan Oliva in Missina. Ano 1592
Sources: 771

274
Name: Natoliae quae olim Asia Minor nova descripto
Author: Botero, Giovanni
Date : 1592, Rome : Ferrari Georgio
Text: Latin and Italian
Sizes: 80 x 110 mm on sheet 200 x 150 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.15
Description: From: Delle relationi vniuersali/ di Giouanni Botero ... In Roma : Appresso Georgio
Ferrari., [1591-1592] Other eds. issued in 1594, 1595, 1605.
Sources: 489, 494

275
Name: Europa
Author: Quad, Matthias, engraver Nagel Henricus
Date : 1592, Cologne: Bussemacher, Johan
Text: German
Sizes: 192 x 260 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002 lot 11925
Description: From: Europae Totius Orbis Terrarum
Sources: 732

114
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

276
Name: Hemispheriu Ab Aequinoctiali Linea, Ad Circulu Poli Arctici . . .Poli Atarctici
Author: Jode, Cornelis de
Date : 1593, Antwerpen: Jode, Cornelis de
Text: Latin
Sizes: 520 x 320 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002 lot 35
Description: From: Speculum Orbis Terrarum. Gerard De Jode. Anvers: Cornelius De Jode. 1593
Sources: 79, 126, 172, 196, 202, 205, 234, 241, 258, 294, 660, 726

277
Name: Primae Partis Asiae
Author: Jode, Gerard de
Date : 1593, Antwerpen: Jode, Cornelis de
Text: Latin
Sizes: 300 x 508 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog2003, 220
Description: From: Speculum Orbis Terrarum. Gerard De Jode. Anvers: Cornelius De Jode. 1593,
published in 2 years after its death the widow and the son
Sources: 625, 732, 915

278
Name: Nova Totivs Evropae Tabvla... M.D.CXIII
Author: Jode, Gerard de
Date : 1593, Antwerpen: Jode, Cornelis de
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 520 mm
Site: England, Birmingham, Birmingham Museum
USA, NY, New York, Richard B. Arkway, Inc , catalog 2003, 6588
Description: From: Speculum Orbis Terrarum. Gerard De Jode. Anvers: Cornelius De Jode. 1593
Sources: 134, 438, 726, 851

279
Name: Asia partium orbis maxima
Author: Jode, Cornelis de
Date : 1593, Antwerpen: Jode, Cornelis de
Text: Latin
Sizes: 450 x 330 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum (GDZ)
Description:
Sources: 353, 362

280
Name: Map of East part of Mediterranean sea and Black sea
Author: Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius Rachuseus
Date : 1593, Naples
Text:
Sizes: 340 x 490 mm on parchment
Site: Sweden, Stockholm, State Archivi, inv. br. 5817;
Description: From: Collection Portolans
Sources: 10, 101, 102, 103, 173, 272, 464, 868

281
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Oliva, Joan Rizo
Date : 1594
Text:
Sizes: 940 x 660 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, 30cea/1594
Description:
Sources: 292

115
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

282
Name: Orbis terrarvm typvs de integro multis in locis emendatus / auctore Petro Plancio, 1594.
Ioannes a Duetecum iunior fecit. Engraved by Jan van Doetecum
Author: Plancius, Petrus, engraver Doeticum, Jan van
Date : 1594, Amsterdam: Plancius, Petrus
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 587 mm, Scale around.1:100 000 000
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, ZQ910.8/11A1
Description:
Sources: 202, 242, 348, 472, 581, 588, 765, 847, 855
283
Name: Europam, sive Celticam veterem sic describere conabar Abrah. Ortelius
Author: Bertius Petrus, Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1595, Amsterdam
Text: Latin
Sizes: 357 x 475 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.2
Description: From: Theatri geographiae veteris.Tomus posterior in quo itinerarium Antonini Imperatoris
terrestre & maritimum, Provinciarum Romanarum Libellus... Edente P. Bertio / Petrus Bertius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij, 1619
Sources: 364, 783
284
Name: Aevi Veteris, Typus Geographicus
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1595, Antwerpen
Text: Latin
Sizes: 315 x 445 (410 x 533) mm
Site: USA, Delaware, Newark, University of Delaware Library, 02748 gr
Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 4591
Description: From: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, or Atlas of the Whole World. Abraham Ortelius.
Antwerp. 1595
Sources: 45, 134, 137, 202, 538, 576, 578, 618, 701, 721, 732, 782, 791, 811, 859
285
Name: Alexandri Magni Macedonis expeditio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1595, Antwerpen
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 500 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, K.9.Tab.8.(2)
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.76
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum. London : Printed by Iohn Norton ..., 1606
Sources: 494, 676
286
Name: Taurica Chersonesus. Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1595, Duisburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 317 x 403 mm, scale 30 miglia tedesche comuni = 60 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.14 Tav. 105
Description: From: Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Graeciae tabul[a]e geographic[a]e, per Gerardum Mercatorem
illustrissimi ducis Iulie, Clivie &c. cosmographum Duysburgi edita / Gerhard Mercator. -
Duysburgi [Duisburg], 1595
Sources: 415
287
Name: Europa, ad magnae Europa Gerardi Mercatoris P. imitationem, Rumoldi Mercatoris F.
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1595, Duisburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 387 x 472 mm, scale 50 miglia tedesche comuni = 25 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.14 Tav. 2
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Sc 85/140
Description: From: Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Graeciae tabul[a]e geographic[a]e, per Gerardum Mercatorem
illustrissimi ducis Iulie, Clivie &c. cosmographum Duysburgi edita / Gerhard Mercator. -
Duysburgi [Duisburg], 1595
Sources: 359, 414, 878
116
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

288
Name: Asia ex magna orbis terr[a]e descriptione Gerardi Mercatoris desumpta...
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1595, Duisburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 387 x 472 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.14 Tav. 76
Description: From: Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Graeciae tabul[a]e geographic[a]e, per Gerardum Mercatorem
illustrissimi ducis Iulie, Clivie &c. cosmographum Duysburgi edita / Gerhard Mercator. -
Duysburgi [Duisburg], 1595
Sources: 225, 424, 445, 807, 876, 914

289
Name: Russia cum comnijs
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date : 1595, Duisburg
Text: Latin
Sizes: 359 x 479 mm, scale 75 miglia tedesche comuni = 57 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.14 Tav. 102
Description: From: Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Graeciae tabul[a]e geographic[a]e, per Gerardum Mercatorem
illustrissimi ducis Iulie, Clivie &c.cosmographum Duysburgi edita / Gerhard Mercator. -
Duysburgi [Duisburg], 1595
Sources: 425

290
Name: Universi orbis descriptio ad usum navigantium = XXXV. Descrittione di tutto il mondo
secondo la prattica de marinari
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1596, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 130 x 180 mm, on sheet 300 x 210 mm
Site: Canada, Ontario, Hamilton, McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession
# 107171
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 (1597)
Description: From: Geographiae Vniversae Tum Veteris Tum Novae. Auctore Eodem Io. Ant. Magino
Patavino. Venetiis, M. D. XCVI. Apud Haeredes Simonis Galignani De Karera. Heirs Of
Simon Galignani [ie. Giovanni Battista & Giorgio Galignani],Venice, 1596
Sources: 202, 423, 427, 428, 441, 517, 563, 617, 733, 881

291
Name: Tartariae Imperium.
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio
Date : 1596, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 135 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.167r (1597)
England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 168
Description: From: Geographiae Vniversae Tum Veteris Tum Novae. Auctore Eodem Io. Ant. Magino
Patavino. Venetiis, M. D. XCVI. Apud Haeredes Simonis Galignani De Karera. Heirs Of
Simon Galignani [ie. Giovanni Battista & Giorgio Galignani],Venice, 1596.
Sources: 48, 421, 446, 712, 713

292
Name: Typus Orbis Terrarum, Ad Imitationem Universalis Gerhardi Mercatoris
Author: Quad, Matthias
Date : 1596, Cologne
Text: Latin
Sizes: 305 216 mm
Site: USA, Hawaii, Lahaina, Lahaina Printsellers, Ltd
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 7
Description: From: Quad, M. Europae, totius orbis terrarum partis praestantissimae, universalis et particu
laris descriptio. Koln, L. Andreae fur J. Bussemacher, 1596
Sources: 152, 163, 202, 284, 449, 527, 564, 586, 620, 709, 784, 792, 829, 850
117
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293
Name: Orbis terrae compendiosa description
Author: Plancius, Petrus
Date : 1596, Amsterdam: Vrients, Ioannes Baptista
Text: Latin
Sizes: 395 x 570 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 13828
Description: From: Itinerario, voyage ofte schipvaert, naer Oost ofte Portugaels Indien inhoudende een corte
beschryvinghe der selver landen ende zee-custen. Jan Huygen van Linschoten. Amsterdam,
Cornelis Claesz, 1596
Sources: 72, 156, 195, 202, 214, 555, 703, 708, 858, 859
294
Name: Natolia olim Asia minor
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio
Date : 1596, Venezia: Galignani de Karera, Simon
Text: Latin
Sizes: 120 x 160 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.87
Description: From: Geographiae universae ... Cl. Ptolomaei Pelvsiensis/auctore Io. Antonio Magino Patavino
... Venetiis: S. Galignani, 1596
Sources: 172, 242, 258, 271, 494
295
Name: Moskovia Imperium
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 138 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.162v
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. 1597
Sources: 420, 474
296
Name: Tabvla Asiae I
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio
Date : 1597, Cologne : Keschedt, Petrus
Text: Italian
Sizes: 120 x 150 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.10v
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.100
Description: From: Geographiae universae ... Cl. Ptolomaei Pelvsiensis / authore Io. Antonio Magino
Patauino ... Aggripensium Colonia : P. Keschedt, 1597
Sources: 419, 494
297
Name: Tabula Asiae II
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 137 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.11v
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. 1597
Sources: 367
298
Name: Asia
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 138 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.153v
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole desso
Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti, Giovanni
Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. - 1597
Sources: 369
118
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

299
Name: Europa. La descrittione dellEuropa
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
School: Italian
Sizes: 138 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.23r
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. - 1597
Sources: 368
300
Name: Tartariae Imperium. XXVIII. Descrittione del potentissimo imperio della Tartaria
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
School: Italian
Sizes: 138 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.167r
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. - 1597
Sources: 370

301
Name: Turcici Imperii descriptio = XXXIII. Descrittione dellImperio turchesco
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 140 x 180 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.196r
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. 1597
Sources: 422, 562
302
Name: Tabula Europae IX, Tavola nona dellEuropa
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date : 1597, Venezia
Text: Italian
Sizes: 137 x 177 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61 c.7r
Description: From: La Seconda parte della Geograa di Cl. Tolomeo: La quale, oltra lAntiche Tavole
desso Tolomeo, contiene le Moderne... / Claudius Ptolemaeus ; trad.: Leonardo Cernoti,
Giovanni Antonio Magini ; inc.: Girolamo Porro. 1597
Sources: 366
303
Name: Europa
Author: Quad, Matthias
Date : 1597, Frankfurt: Rauw Johannes
Text: Latin
Sizes: 195 x 270 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 373
Description:
Sources: 507, 514

304
Name: Descriptio hydrographica accomodata ad Battavorum.
Author: unknown
Date : 1597
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 355 x 665 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota, 1597 mDe
Description:
Sources: 294, 859

119
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305
Name: Vtrivsque Hemispherii Delineatio
Author: Wytiet, Cornelius
Date : 1597, Louvain
Text: Latin
Sizes: 225 x 285 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 14270
Description: From: Descriptionis Ptolemaicae aumentum, sive Occidentalis notitia brevi commentario
illustrata studio et opera Cornely Wytiet Louaniesis
Sources: 163, 202, 242, 510, 564, 582, 584, 803, 824, 830, 841

306
Name: Pamphilia
Author: Ruscelli, Girolamo
Date : 1598, Venezia
Text: Latin
Sizes: 130 x 140 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.94
Description: From: Geograa di Claudio Tolomeo Alessandrino / tradotta di greco nellidioma volgare
italiano da Girolamo Ruscelli et hora nuouamente ampliata da Gioseffo Rosaccio ... In Venetia :
appresso gli heredi di Melchior Sessa, 1598-1599. fol. 26
Sources: 494

307
Name: Tabvla Asiae I
Author: Magini, Giovanni Antonio
Date : 1598, Venezia
Text: Latin, Italian
Sizes: 120 x 160 mm on sheet 290 210 mm, Scale 1:11,100,000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 104.d.61
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1744 no.99
Description: Has appeared in: Geographiae universae ... Cl. Ptolomaei Pelvsiensis / auctore Io. Antonio
Magino Patavino ... Venetiis : Gio. Battista, Giorgio Galignani fratelli, 1598
Sources: 271, 419, 494
308
Name: Vniversvs terrarvm orbis
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 160 x 200 mm
Site: Germany, Mannheim, Universitat Mannheim, Medienzentrum der Universitatsbibliothek
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam:
Zacharias Heyns, 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895
309
Name: Asia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 160 x 200 mm
Site: Germany, Mannheim, Universitat Mannheim, Medienzentrum der Universitatsbibliothek
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam:
Zacharias Heyns, 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895
310
Name: Evropa
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 160 x 200 mm
Site: Germany, Mannheim, Universitat Mannheim, Medienzentrum der Universitatsbibliothek
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam: Zacharias
Heyns, 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895
120
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311
Name: Gazaria et Moscovia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 160 x 200 mm
Site: Germany, Mannheim, Universitat Mannheim, Medienzentrum der Universitatsbibliothek
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam:
Zacharias Heyns, 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895
312
Name: Natolia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 160 x 200 mm
Site: Germany, Mannheim, Universitat Mannheim, Medienzentrum der Universitatsbibliothek
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.74
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius. Amsterdam: Zacharias
Heyns, 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895

313
Name: Romani Imperii Imago
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Antwerpen: Plantin Christopher
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 350 x 495 (450 x 556) mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 145
Description: From: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Ortelius, Abraham. Antwerp, Christopher PLatin. 1598
Sources: 134, 494, 895

314
Name: Natoliae qvae olim Asia minor nova descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Venezia
Text: Latin
Sizes: 72 x 100 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.81
Description: From: Theatro del mondo. Venetia : per Scipio Banca, 1667
Sources: 494

315
Name: Natolia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam : Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 70 x 103 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a 1511-
1774 no.79
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam:
Zacharias Heyns, 1598
Sources: 271, 494

316
Name: Poloniae, Lituaniaeq descriptio
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date : 1598, Amsterdam: Heyns Zacharias
Text: Latin
Sizes: 369 x 481 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002. lot 241
Description: From: Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du Theatre dAbraham Ortelius.- Amsterdam:
Zacharias Heyns, 1598
Sources: 154, 540, 700, 729, 879
121
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317
Name: Chart
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date : 1599, Messina
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Bologna, Archivo di Stato, Portulano, 1599 dell Archivio Molvezzi Campeggi
Description: Mediterranean and Black seas, Northern Africa and Europe, are shown . Wind roses
Sources: 10, 90, 896
318
Name: Map of the World With F.Dreyks route
Author: Bry, Theodore de
Date : 1599, Frankfurt on Main: Becker Matthaeum
Text: Latin, German
Sizes: 331 x 235 mm, scale around 1: 250 000 000
Site: Australia, Sydney, State Library of New South Wales, DL Q6/15
Description: From: Bry, Theodor de. Major Voyages, part VIII, Frankfurt 1599
Sources: 172, 202, 347, 468
319
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea
Author: Oliva, Joan Rizo
Date : 1599
Text:
Sizes: 610 360 mm, Parchment
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. 131 (=10038)
Description: The West at the top of a map
Sources: 404
320
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic coast of the Europe and
Northern Africa
Author: unknown, Attributes probably Oliva, Placido Kaloiro
Date : XVI c.
Text:
Sizes: 346 x 877 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library, VIT-4-21
Description:
Sources: 277, 901
321
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea, the Black and Azov seas, the Atlantic coast of the Europe and
Northern Africa
Author: unknown
Date : XVI-XVII cc.
Text:
Sizes: 420 x 846 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library, Mss 12680
Description:
Sources: 277, 901
322
: Chart
: El Hacc Ebul Hasan
: XVI c., second half
: Turkish
: Desktop format
: Turkey, Istanbul, library of museum of Topkapi, H.1822
:
10, 185
323 The image is absent
Name: East Mediterranean
Author: unknown
Date : XVI c.
School:
Sizes: 280 x 420 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Sociedad Geologica de Espana -SGE
Description:
Sources: 901
122
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324
Name: Map of the World
Author: Ghisolfo Francesco
Date : XVI c., second half, Italy, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes: 277 410 (221 351) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-28
Description: From: the Atlas of the World, containing 11 sea charts, tables of declinations
Sources: 52, 183, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 326, 481

325
Name: Map of the World
Author: Ghisolfo Francesco
Date : Second half of XVI c., Italy, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes: 277 410 (221 351) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-28
Description: From: the Atlas of the World, containing 11 sea charts, tables of declinations
Sources: 52, 183, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 326, 481
326
Name: Map of the World
Author: Ghisolfo Francesco
Date : Second half of XVI c., Italy, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes: 277 410 (221 351) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-28
Description: From: the Atlas of the World, containing 11 sea charts, tables of declinations
Sources: 52, 183, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 326, 481

327
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Ghisolfo Francesco
Date : Second half of XVI c., Italy, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes: 277 410 (221 351) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-28
Description: From: the Atlas of the World, containing 11 sea charts, tables of declinations
Sources: 52, 183, 189, 242, 243, 244, 245, 326, 481

328
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: Ghisolfo Francesco
Date : XVI c., midle, Genova
Text: Italian
Sizes: 203 x 271 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Biblioteca Riccardiana, Ricc. 3615, cc. 10v-11r
Description: From the collection of sea charts
Sources: 691, 692
329
Name: Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Oliva, Placido Kaloiro
Date : XVI c.
Text:
Sizes: 535 x 755 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Vellum Chart; 14
Description:
Sources: 168, 724
330
Name: Chart of Black sea, Aigeon Pelagos and East part of Mediterranean sea
Author: unknown
Date : end of XVI century
Text: Italian
Sizes: 300 380 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. VI 213 (=5982)
Description: From: so-called Atlas Corbizzi, 4 maps
Sources: 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, 418, 746

123
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

331
Name: Portolan East part of Mediterranean sea
Author: unknown
Date : XVI c.
Text:
Sizes: 410 690 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Ms. It. IV 506 (=10037)
Description:
Sources: 5, 10, 403, 427
332
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : XVI c.
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port.30
Description:
Sources: 10, 185, 314

333
Name: Chart
Author: unknown
Date : midle of XVI c.
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port.35
Description:
Sources: 10, 185, 302

334
Name: Chart
Author: Attributes of a workshop Oliva, Placido Kaloiro
Date : XVI c.
Text:
Sizes: 520 x 975 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library, Ms. 17818 f.4
Description:
Sources: 10, 43, 277

335
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea including northern part of the Europe
Author: Maggiolo family
Date : XVI c., Italy
Text: Italian
Sizes: 915 x 1170 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University Beinecke Library, Art Object 1980.156
Description:
Sources: 288

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313. http://cvc.cervantes.es/actcult/museo_naval/sala8/navios/navios_12.htm
314. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/00000nautica.html
315. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/!0163euraf.html
316. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/!0194anonimo.html
317. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/!0194hajji.html
318. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/!22cartaeuropa.html
319. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/!0117mapmag.html
320. http://digilander.libero.it/capurromrc/mappemap.html
321. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?callno=&page=7
322. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?callno=&page=8
323. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?callno=&page=10
324. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?callno=&page=36
325. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?callno=&page=52
326. http://dpg.lib.berkeley.edu/webdb/dsheh/heh_brf?Description=&CallNumber=HM+28
327. http://duke.usask.ca/~pekacz/Printed16.htm
328. http://ecole.wanadoo.fr/jean-francois.coustilliere/INDEX.HTML
329. http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Catalog/Files/ne.html
330. http://expositions.bnf.fr/ciel/catalan/portulan/port5.htm
331. http://expositions.bnf.fr/ciel/grand/t2-09.htm
332. http://expositions.bnf.fr/utopie/grand/1_29.htm
333. http://icg.fas.harvard.edu/~maps/maproom/e8f.html
334. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=5
335. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=6
336. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=7
337. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=8
338. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=9
339. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=10
340. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=11
341. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=12
342. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=13
343. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=15
344. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=16
345. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=17
346. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=18
347. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=23
348. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;seq=24
349. http://image.sl.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/ebindshow.pl?doc=crux/a127;thumbs=1
350. http://international.loc.gov/intldl/mtfhtml/mfdigcol/lists/mtfmapTitles1.html
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351. http://fr.isbn.pl/A-Montanus/
352. http://frontiers.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?intldl/mtfront:@OR(@eld(NUMBER+@band(mtfxtx+g339852631)))
353. http://frontiers.loc.gov/intldl/mtfhtml/mfdigcol/lists/mtfgvaTitles1.html
354. http://gallica.bnf.fr/anthologie/notices/00455.htm
355. http://gallica.bnf.fr/anthologie/notices/00457.htm
356. http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/catalog.php?AU=BELLEFOREST%20FRANCOIS
357. http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?E=0&O=07710465
358. http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?E=0&O=N052148
359. http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=07710466
360. http://gallery.sjsu.edu/cartography/maps/maps-Full.00021.html
361. http://gallery.sjsu.edu/encounters/exploration/exp-Thumb.00002.html
362. http://gdz.sub.uni-goettingen.de/docserver_history/20030213.shtml
363. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/
364. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=001364
365. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=001373
366. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=002012
367. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=002019
368. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=002032
369. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=002056
370. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=002059
371. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003057
372. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003058
373. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003070
374. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003072
375. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003074
376. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003190
377. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003198
378. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003199
379. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003205
380. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003206
381. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003207
382. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003217
383. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003234
384. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003242
385. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003254
386. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003352
387. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003358
388. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003360
389. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003376
390. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=003379
391. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=005560
392. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=005605
393. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006220
394. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006233
395. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006823
396. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006839
397. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=0&uid=000004&d=B&value=007038
398. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007075
399. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007076
400. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007077
401. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007078
402. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007079
403. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007094
404. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007095
405. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=F&value=000331
406. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=search&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000
407. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=002747
408. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=003071
409. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006404
410. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006411
411. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006678
412. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006815
413. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=018220
414. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=018302
415. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=018414
416. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=next&lang=1&uid=000004&sid=024325&max=005&range=0016-0020
417. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=search&lang=1

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418. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/geoweb.aspx?str=article&tid=10&lang=1
419. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/104d61/xx02018b.jpg
420. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/104d61/xx02058b.jpg
421. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/104d61/xx02059b.jpg
422. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/104d61/xx02064b.jpg
423. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/104d61/xx02066b.jpg
424. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/223d14/hk18385b.jpg
425. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/223d14/hk18411b.jpg
426. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/msit6153/xx07081b.jpg
427. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb/GeoWebListaAZ.html
428. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb/HSL/CarteAmericane/CarteAmericane.html
429. http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g3200.mf000070
430. http://historic-cities.huji.ac.il/mapmakers/munster.html
431. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/mun-pol3.html
432. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/mun-euro.html
433. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/mun-worl.html
434. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/rus-rux3.html
435. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/rus-eu93.html
436. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/stu-eur3.html
437. http://huc.edu/libraries/Cincinnati.html
438. http://larch.forest.net/arkway/FMPro?-db=inventory.fp3&-format=detail%5fa1.html&-lay=main&GENERAL%20AREA=Maps%20of
%20Europe&-max=15&-recid=29&-nd=
439. http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/dolgozo/jesus/tt/cantino.htm
440. http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/geogmap/guide/gm009001.jpg
441. http://library.mcmaster.ca/maps/rcmaps.htm
442. http://library.sl.nsw.gov.au/search/o?22786856
443. http://library.ust.hk/info/exhibit/maps-2002/maps-gallery1.html
444. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+43+products_id+460
445. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+manufacturers_id+37+products_id+256
446. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+products_id+1022
447. http://martayanlan.com/cgi-bin/display.cgi/Maps/24/1159?
448. http://martayanlan.com/cgi-bin/display.cgi/Maps/24/1166?start=5
449. http://martayanlan.com/cgi-bin/display.cgi/Maps/24?start=5
450. http://memory.loc.gov/
451. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gmdhtml/gutierrz.html
452. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=gnrlmap&action=browse&leName=gmd3m/g3200m/g3200m/gct00001/ct_browse.
db&recNum=12&itemLink=r?ammem/gmd: @eld(NUMBER+@band(g3200m+gct00001))&linkText=0&title2=[Portolan+atlas+of+
9+charts+and+a+world+map,+etc.+&displayType=3&maxCols=3
453. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?gmd:4:./temp/~ammem_RIkf::
454. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/gmd:@eld(NUMBER+@band(g3200+ct000725C))
455. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/map_item.pl?data=/home/www/data/gmd//gmd3m/g3200m/g3200m/ gct00003
456. http://molcat.bl.uk/msscat/DESC0010.ASP?CiRestriction=chart
457. http://molcat.bl.uk/msscat/HITS0001.ASP?VPath=c!/inetpub/wwwroot/mss/data/msscat/html/36329.htm&Search=2860&Highlight=F
458. http://newsdesk.si.edu/NewsReleases/fsg_caliphs_kings.pdf
459. http://old-rus-maps.narod.ru/6/66-list-2000.htm
460. http://oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/92-041.htm
461. http://people.smu.edu/dmoser/site/deG1.htm
462. http://public.srce.hr/zuh/English/nv16_e.htm
463. http://public.srce.hr/zuh/do1874/nv16/nv16_9.htm#1
464. http://public.srce.hr/zuh/do1874/nv16/nv16_9.htm#4
465. http://purl.pt/369/galeria_vazdourado.html
466. http://purl.pt/400/
467. http://s00.middlebury.edu/HI105A/pictures/cartier3aB.jpg
468. http://sio.midco.net/dansmapstamps/debry.htm
469. http://sio.midco.net/dansmapstamps/dejode.htm
470. http://sio.midco.net/dansmapstamps/ignaziodante.htm
471. http://sio.midco.net/dansmapstamps/joanmartines.htm
472. http://sio.midco.net/dansmapstamps/plancius.htm
473. http://sio.midco.net/danstopicalstamps/testu.htm
474. http://slavic.freeservers.com/slovo/news21.html
475. http://slides-www.ucsc.edu/dbms.acgi$detail?56406
476. http://special.lib.gla.ac.uk/exhibns/treasures/agnese.html
477. http://special.lib.gla.ac.uk/exhibns/treasures/agnese2.html
478. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM10.html
479. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM26.html
480. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM27.html
481. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM28.html
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482. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM29.html
483. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM32.html
484. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM33.html
485. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM35.html
486. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM41.html
487. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM44.html
488. http://todoenciclopedias.com/testimonio/atlasoliva.html
489. http://turkeyinmaps.com/Sayfa2.html
490. http://ub.leidenuniv.nl/bc/tentoonstelling/balkan_in_kaart/kaart13.html
491. http://usm.maine.edu/maps/exhibit7/06.jpg
492. http://usm.maine.edu/maps/exhibit7/sec2.html
493. http://ustlib.ust.hk/record=b533616
494. http://xena.lib.unimelb.edu.au/cgi/map_view.cgi#top
495. http://xena.lib.unimelb.edu.au/cgi/map_view.cgi?initview=yes&get_title=959219329&client=walker_collection&image=w001_20_
3.sid&browse_by=AUTHOR
496. http://xena.lib.unimelb.edu.au/cgi/map_view.cgi?initview=yes&get_title=965010025&client=walker_collection&image=w082_20_
5.sid&browse_by=AUTHOR
497. http://www.akmed.org.tr/english/harita1.htm
498. http://www.akmed.org.tr/english/harita2.htm
499. http://www.akmed.org.tr/english/harita4.htm
500. http://www.akmed.org.tr/english/index.html?page=haritaindex
501. http://www.alexandremaps.com/cat/mapsearch.php?Type=SD&F_ShortDescription=Maps+Europe+East++General
502. http://www.alexandremaps.com/cat/select.php?CatType=Maps&ItemNum=2108
503. http://www.alexandremaps.com/cat/select.php?CatType=Maps&ItemNum=2219
504. http://www.alexandremaps.com/cat/select.php?CatType=Maps&ItemNum=377
505. http://www.alpcom.it/ass_ui/ferraris/index2.htm
506. http://www.alteamaps.com/baltic.htm#GAST0031
507. http://www.alteamaps.com/europe.htm
508. http://www.alteamaps.com/world.htm#HONT0003
509. http://www.ambrosiana.it/ita/tesori_dtt.asp?cat=61
510. http://www.americanaexchange.com/NewAE/auction/auctiondetail.asp?m=12&aid=761
511. http://www.antiquarius-sb.com/Catalogue_c.asp?area=107
512. http://www.antiquemaps.co.uk/chapter11.html
513. http://www.antiquemaps.co.uk/chapter19.html
514. http://www.antique-maps.co.uk/europe.htm#QUAD0008
515. http://www.antiquemaps-online.com/scripts/showmaps.pl?mapref=WLD57
516. http://www.antiquemaps-online.com/scripts/showmaps.pl?mapref=WLD59
517. http://www.antiquemapshop.com/gallery/ShowItem?inventory_number=R10106
518. http://www.apol.net/dightonrock/thebiggestlieofthecantinomap.htm
519. http://www.arad.it/carta1.htm
520. http://www.archiginnasio.it/gallerie/vetrina1.htm
521. http://www.arcipelagoadriatico.it/cartograa_VI_cnautiche.htm#cn6
522. http://www.arcipelagoadriatico.it/nautiche.htm
523. http://www.arcturus.len.it/cartograa.htm
524. http://www.arcturus.len.it/Varie/Cartograa/Img/Cartograa16.jpg
525. http://www.arkway.com/pdfs/Cat50.pdf
526. http://www.arkway.com/pdfs/Cat54.pdf
527. http://www.axio.hu/index.php?action=show_live&item_id=145381#
528. http://www.bartleby.com/214/0405.html
529. http://www.beachmaps.com/map/CRIMEABORDONE.jpg
530. http://www.bell.lib.umn.edu/map/PTO/TOUR/1511.html
531. http://www.bell.lib.umn.edu/merchant/merch.html
532. http://www.bell.lib.umn.edu/rmaps/maps/he1550.gif
533. http://www.bell.lib.umn.edu/rmaps/mps.html
534. http://www.bell.lib.umn.edu/wood.html
535. http://www.bentleys.co.za/french_cartography.htm
536. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/13722.htm
537. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/16766.htm
538. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/16899.htm
539. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/16902.htm
540. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/16903.htm
541. http://www.bergbook.com/htdocs/woda/data/demo/descriptions/16904.htm
542. http://www.betzmaps.com/AS-103.html
543. http://www.betzmaps.com/E-214.html
544. http://www.betzmaps.com/images/m-02.jpg
545. http://www.betzmaps.com/M-21.html
546. http://www.blewa.co.uk/project2/teachers/T2-1-b.htm
134
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

547. http://www.bncf.renze.sbn.it/notizie/Cartograa%20Web/Rinascimento/Frisius/Frisius%20G.htm
548. http://www.bncf.renze.sbn.it/notizie/Cartograa%20Web/Rinascimento/Rosselli/Rosselli.htm
549. http://www.bnf.fr/loc/bnf0004.htm
550. http://www.bnf.fr/pages/pedagos/idrisi/feuille/to/ind_map.htm
551. http://www.bo.astro.it/dip/Museum/english/index_15.html
552. http://www.boccf.org/main/default.aspx?tabid=49&boc_category=716&boc_item=M%26A-006
553. http://www.brazilbrazil.com/m/map1507a.jpg
554. http://www.brazilbrazil.com/m/map1508r.jpg
555. http://www.brazilbrazil.com/orbis.html
556. http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/dweb/images/maps/decworld/histmaps2.shtml
557. http://www.brown.edu/Faculty/Faculty_Governance/facbulletin/March99Issue/ering.html
558. http://www.canadiana.org/cgi-bin/ECO/mtq?doc=05393
559. http://www.capurromrc.it/mappe/!0143coppo1.html
560. http://www.capurromrc.it/mappe/!0143coppo2.html
561. http://www.carto.com/c0304/europe_ak.html
562. http://www.carto.com/c0304/mideastholy.html
563. http://www.carto.com/chighlights/atlases.html
564. http://www.carto.com/chighlights/world.html
565. https://www.carto.com/cgi-bin/web_store/web_store.cgi?page=europe_gr.html
566. http://www.cartograma.com/portulanos.html
567. http://www.cartographicarts.com/Maps/ARQ.asp?Area=Europe&Region=&Opl=OldWorld
568. http://www.castenmaps.com
569. http://www.castenmaps.com/asia.html
570. http://www.castenmaps.com/world.html
571. http://www.cedoc.mo.it/estense/mss/
572. http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/SirveObras/patr/93127707911819384612691/thm0000.htm
573. http://www.chartamagna.com/index.html?d_eur0002__font_size_4_Munster_Europa_das_ein_drittheil_der_Erden309.htm
574. http://www.chez.com/histoirededieppe/cartog01.htm
575. http://www.chez.com/histoirededieppe/cossin01.htm
576. http://www.clements.umich.edu/dup/indx16.html
577. http://www.cncdp.pt/oceanos/oceanos_45/3/3.htm
578. http://www.colinluther.com/inventory_AFRICA_17.shtml
579. http://www.comune.fano.ps.it/cultura/biblioteca/
580. http://www.cosmography.com/04-04.htm
581. http://www.cosmography.com/catalog/03-05/03-05_rightx.htm#plancius
582. http://www.cosmography.com/catalog/03-06/03-06_maps.htm
583. http://www.cosmography.com/catalog/03-06/stumpf-balkans.jpg
584. http://www.cosmography.com/catalog/03-06/wytiet-world.jpg
585. http://www.cosmography.com/catalog/04-01/pages/grynaeus.htm
586. http://www.cosmography.com/catimages/quad-world.jpg
587. http://www.cosmography.com/catpages/bordone-world.htm
588. http://www.cosmography.com/catpages/plancius3.htm
589. http://www.crsrv.org/coppo.html
590. http://www.csc./karttakokoelmat/fkk/
591. http://www.cssh.qc.ca/projets/carnetsma/mathematiques_renaissance/oroncene.html
592. http://www.cypruscollector.net/mamunstercon1.html
593. http://www.cultura.mecd.es/archivos/mediterraneo/01_cartograa.htm
594. http://www.ddb.de/gabriel/treasures/frame6.html
595. http://www.diegocuoghi.it/Piri_Reis/Desliens.htm
596. http://www.diegocuoghi.it/Piri_Reis/Testu.htm
597. http://www.ecsrd.ab.ca/st.marguerite/Explorers/Cabot.htm
598. http://www.ediciones-encuentro.es/Tienda/cha.asp?IdProducts=473
599. http://www.edicionesgrial.com/eg/port.html
600. http://www.edicionesgrial.com/esp/catalogo/plusultra/portulano.htm#
601. http://www.edicolaweb.net/am06f48g.htm
602. http://www.editalia.it/minisiti.asp?id=218&id_mode=20&go=1
603. http://www.einaudi.cornell.edu/ggs/resources.asp?maps=1
604. http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/page/c/cabotseb.shtml
605. http://www.encyclopedie-enligne.com/l/le/le_havre.html
606. http://www.enssib.fr/autres-sites/histoire/images/ima_sordet/20_002.gif
607. http://www.epsaweb.org/historic_maps.htm
608. http://www.epsaweb.org/maps/map1522.gif
609. http://www.ethbib.ethz.ch/exhibit/eth-bibliophil/bibliophil29.html
610. http://www.ethbib.ethz.ch/exhibit/eth-bibliophil/inhalt.html
611. http://www.eun.org/lmalp/discovery_showDetail.cfm?oid=3394&lang=en
612. http://www.facsimile-online.com/angebot/faksimile/Vesconte_Maggiolo.htm
613. http://www.nns-books.com/fmap06.htm
135
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

614. http://www.nns-books.com/folivaat.htm
615. http://www.nns-books.com/miller.htm
616. http://www.ourish.org/upsidedownmap/
617. http://www.fpolar.org.ve/veroes/500/m1/4013.htm
618. http://www.franceantiq.fr/books/Romanticagony/Cat11.asp?oPage=7&sqlQuery=select+*+from+% 5BRomanticAgony%5D+ORDER
+BY+%5BNUMRO%5D+
619. http://www.fuenterrebollo.com/Sellos/Anual/1980-1985.html
620. http://www.garwood-voigt.com/catalogues/world.htm
621. http://www.geocities.com/abkhazia_dream/maps/8.htm
622. http://www.getty.edu/art/collections/bio/a964-1.html
623. http://www.getty.edu/art/collections/objects/oz526.html
624. http://www.gracegalleries.com/Europe-Mediterranean-Asia.htm
625. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_de_Jode_Middle_East/
626. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Fries_Ptolemy_Armenia/
627. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Gastaldi_Ptolemy_Anatolia/
628. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Munster_Ptolemy_Armenia/
629. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Munster_World/
630. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Ruscelli_Anatolia/
631. http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Ruscelli_Ptolemy_Armenia/
632. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/305.html
633. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/306.html
634. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/307.html
635. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/308.html
636. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/310.html 1507.
637. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/313.html
638. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/316.html
639. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/316.1.html
640. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/318.html
641. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/319.html
642. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/320A.html 1513.
643. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/321.html 1513.
644. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/323.html
645. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/324mono.html
646. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/331.html
647. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/336mono.html
648. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/338.html
649. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/341mono.html
650. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/342.html
651. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/343.html
652. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/346.html
653. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/347.html
654. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/352.html
655. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/353.html
656. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/356.html
657. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/372.html
658. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/396.html
659. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/406.htm
660. http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/Ren/Ren1/435.html
661. http://www.heritageantiquemaps.com/main.html?http&&&www.heritageantiquemaps.com/Europe/balkans.htm
662. http://www.heritageantiquemaps.com/main.html?http&&&www.heritageantiquemaps.com/Europe/Entire%20Europe.htm
663. http://www.heritage.nf.ca/exploration/desceliers.html
664. http://www.heritage.nf.ca/exploration/sebastian.html
665. http://www.hf.uio.no/kri/fu-portugisisk/mf/bilder/kart/verdenskart_agnese.html
666. http://www.hispanicsociety.org/spanish/visitssp.htm
667. http://www.jfgarmy.com/cartes/oronce.jpg
668. http://www.iglobal.es/atlas/
669. http://www.ilabdatabase.com/php/detail.php3?custnr=&booknr=154298683&source=&lang=de
670. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=3836&start=3&idx=1
671. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=3836&start=5&idx=2
672. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=0
673. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=8
674. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=104
675. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=113
676. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=115
677. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=120
678. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=123
679. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=338
136
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

680. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/subjectidsearch?id=8445&idx=1&start=489
681. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=11548
682. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=2854+&y=9&x=9&idx=1&start=0
683. http://www.imagesonline.bl.uk/britishlibrary/controller/textsearch?text=CHART&y=9&x=9&idx=1&start=39
684. http://www.imagomundi.co.uk
685. http://www.infoweb.co.cr/turismo/parques/isla_del_coco.html
686. http://www.instituto-camoes.pt/cvc/navegaport/b15.html
687. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/lazzer/munster/
688. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/it/lazzer/munster/htm/carte.htm
689. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/it/riccard/1813/
690. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/it/riccard/1813/dida/2v.htm
691. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/it/riccard/3615/dida/10v-11r.htm
692. http://www.istitutodatini.it/biblio/images/it/riccard/3616/
693. http://www.jalfranks.btinternet.co.uk/asia.htm#GAS014
694. http://www.jalfranks.btinternet.co.uk/asia.htm#GAS026
695. http://www.jalfranks.btinternet.co.uk/europe.htm
696. http://www.jayikislakfoundation.org/pdf/VE07Catalogue.pdf
697. http://www.jehovah.to/exegesis/translation/nwt/interlinear.htm
698. http://www.jfgarmy.com/cartes/desliens.jpg
699. http://www.jpmaps.co.uk/celestial.htm
700. http://www.jpmaps.co.uk/Regions%20of%20Europe.htm
701. http://www.jpmaps.co.uk/world.htm
702. http://www.kb.nl/gabriel/treasures/country/Austria/at02.html
703. http://www.kb.nl/gabriel/treasures/country/Netherlands/nl04.html
704. http://www.kbr.be/america/fr/fr2.htm
705. http://www.kbr.be/america/fr/fr40.htm
706. http://www.kb.se/kart_bibl/Kartor/Rysslandskartor.htm
707. http://www.kb.se/kart_bibl/RA2april2004/Bild16.htm
708. http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iss/library/speccoll/vttres/linsch.html
709. http://www.kettererkunst.de/d/auktion/a248/a248_11.shtml
710. http://www.kmatthews.org.uk/cult_archaeology/lost_civilisation_6.html
711. http://www.koreasea.net/image/world_1528.jpg
712. http://www.leejackson.btinternet.co.uk/index.htm
713. http://www.leejacksonmaps.com/asia.htm#magitart
714. http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/rbm/schoenberg/schoenberg_bonatext.html#Venice
715. http://www.library.wisc.edu/libraries/SpecialCollections/histcart/index.htm
716. http://www.library.yale.edu/MapColl/asia.GIF
717. http://www.library.yale.edu/MapColl/cross.html
718. http://www.library.yale.edu/MapColl/lan14.htm
719. http://www.library.yale.edu/MapColl/mideast.html
720. http://www.librerialema.com/ht/facsimil/joan.html
721. http://www.lib.udel.edu/ud/spec/ndaids/hist_map/list_1.htm
722. http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/bnf/bnf0004.html
723. http://www.loc.gov/rr/geogmap/luso/atlases.html
724. http://www.loc.gov/rr/geogmap/luso/easthem.html
725. http://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/frontiers/portolan.html
726. http://www.loeb-larocque.com/8.html
727. http://www.loeb-larocque.com/15.html
728. http://www.loeb-larocque.com/19.html
729. http://www.loeb-larocque.com/28.html
730. http://www.loeb-larocque.com/mapshop/8.html
731. http://www.mapchest.com/html/admin/images/products/europe%20eu3020%20large.jpg
732. http://www.map-fair.com/
733. http://www.mapforum.com/02/ptolemy.htm
734. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8blmerc.htm
735. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries.htm
736. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries2.htm
737. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries2.htm#1522
738. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries2.htm#1535
739. http://www.mapforum.com/08/8fries2.htm#27
740. http://www.mapforum.com/10/10muns.htm
741. http://www.mapforum.com/11/forlani1.htm#3d
742. http://www.mapforum.com/11/forlani2.htm#turk
743. http://www.mapforum.com/11/forlani4.htm
744. http://www.maphist.com/artman/publish/article_202.shtml
745. http://www.maphist.nl/illustr.html
746. http://www.maphistory.info/texttheme.html
137
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

747. http://www.maplibrary.gr/Kythira_paper/Mediterranean.htm#Dulcert
748. http://www.maplibrary.gr/porto_bout/portolansg_bout.htm#Vesconte
749. http://www.martayanlan.com/cgi-bin/display.cgi/Maps/24/232?start=5
750. http://www.mb.vu.lt/unesco/kartograja/ekartogr.htm
751. http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/students/98to99/index.html
752. http://www.mlimuziejus.lt/eng/the_museums_departments/exhibition_of_the_history_of_lithuania_ minor/cartography/src.htm
753. http://www.moleiro.com/base.php?libro=AM&idioma=en
754. http://www.moleiro.com/infoplus.php?libro=AU&idioma=en
755. http://www.monika-schmidt.com/landkarten/lk_gross/l00132.htm
756. http://www.msc.gr/veniva/panel/p48P.htm
757. http://www.muldermedia.com/gallery/map05.html
758. http://www.museonavalmadrid.com/informacion/informacion.html
759. http://www.muzeum-polskie.org/ptolemeo-eng.htm
760. http://www.nd.edu/~dharley/HistIdeas/Forlani.html
761. http://www.nd.edu/~medvllib/facsintro/smap/grE.html
762. http://www.nd.edu/~medvllib/facsintro/smap.html
763. http://www.nigelspencer.co.uk/web-pages/old-map-pages/old-map-early.htm
764. http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview?pi=nla.map-nk10001-e
765. http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview?pi=nla.map-nk2082-v
766. http://www.nlr.ru:8101/exib/siberia/sibi2.htm
767. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
768. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=G201:1/63
769. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=G230:1/21
770. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/14(4R)
771. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/22(2)
772. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/24(13)
773. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/24(23)
774. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/25(1)
775. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/25(2)
776. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/36(A-B)
777. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/6(10)
778. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/collections/collectionsDetail.cfm?ID=P/7(1)
779. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/server.php?request=setTemplate:singlecontent&contentTypeA=conMuseumAsset&contentId=2638
780. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/uploads/jpg/C4568_1_20020819125622.jpg
781. http://www.old-maps.biz/katalog/englisch/Maps/World/Artikel_engl.World.htm
782. http://www.oldprintshop.com/cgi-bin/gallery.pl?action=browse&creator_id=97
783. http://www.oldprintshop.com/cgi-bin/gallery.pl?action=detail&inventory_id=31793&itemno=1
784. http://www.oldprintshop.com/cgi-bin/gallery.pl?action=detail&inventory_id=6719
785. http://www.old-rus-maps.narod.ru/77-2.htm
786. http://www.old-rus-maps.narod.ru/77-3.htm
787. http://www.old-rus-maps.narod.ru/777-2.jpg
788. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction084/ow-europe.htm
789. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction087/ow-asia.htm
790. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction087/ow-europe.htm
791. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction087/ow-world.htm
792. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction088/world.htm
793. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction098/detail.asp?owa_id=2145207311
794. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction098/detail.asp?owa_id=2145207340
795. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction100/detail.asp?owa_id=2145208528
796. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction100/detail.asp?owa_id=2145208991
797. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction102/detail.asp?owa_id=2145209790
798. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction102/detail.asp?owa_id=2145209830
799. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/Auction102/detail.asp?owa_id=2145210279
800. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/auction105/detail.asp?lotNo=318
801. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/detail.asp?lotNo=6
802. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/detail.asp?owa_id=2145210964
803. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/detail.asp?owa_id=2145216869
804. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/detail.asp?owa_id=2145216889
805. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/93-046.htm
806. http://www.oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/97-290.htm
807. http://www.orteliusmaps.com/descriptions/4496.htm
808. http://www.orteliusmaps.com/descriptions/4728.htm
809. http://www.orteliusmaps.com/descriptions/5182.htm
810. http://www.orteliusmaps.com/descriptions/5580.htm
811. http://www.orteliusmaps.com/stocklists/1.html#World_Maps
812. http://www.patrimonionacional.es/realbiblioteca/avisos2802.htm
813. http://www.pbagalleries.com/search/item123117.php
138
PERIOD OF 1500-1600

814. http://www.pbagalleries.com/search/item2559.php
815. http://www.pettinarolimapsandprints.com/eng/activenews.asp?idcat=15415&idart=15420&azione=list&layout=standard&
816. http://www.pettinarolimapsandprints.com/eng/activenews.asp?idcat=15420&idart=25907&azione=detail&layout=standard&cid=A220
L268L220050122114742OJSOJQVNNGA05389346
817. http://www.pitbossannie.com/iss-g-3859511319.html
818. http://www.pitts.emory.edu/dia/bookdetail5.cfm?ID=71
819. http://www.pitts.emory.edu/DIA/detail.cfm?ID=848
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855. http://www.rossmaps.com/world_whole_plancius_2080.htm
856. http://www.rpi.edu/~eglash/eglash.dir/itrev.dir/maps.htm
857. http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~feegi/Maggiolo.html
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922. http://www3.unibo.it/musei-universitari//PercorsoNS/doc5b.htm

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CONTENTS

Introduction 143
The list of maps 145
Maps 151
Appendice: 207
Sources 207

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Introduction

The 17th century was critical in the history of the Black Sea coastland. To a considerable extent this resulted from the
changed position of the Ottoman Empire, the most powerful nation of the region of the preceding century. The Black Sea remained
an inland sea of the Empire, but the Empire itself began growing gradually weaker from within. Revolts of farmers, corruption,
internal struggle for power were undermining the might of the Empire. Feeling this situation, the neighboring states commenced
offensives: Austria from the west, the Dnieper and Don Cossacks from the north, Iran from the east gave the Empire no rest. In the
west of the Empire the Balkan peoples began their initiated their liberation movement.
During that period the Black Sea was a region of fairly brisk trade. The most active in trade were the countries that had
obtained the so-called capitulations that provided for considerable benets and privileges, in particular, the immunity from the
jurisdiction of the local authorities of the Ottoman Empire. First of all, it was France and England; the trade of Turkish merchants
was much more languid. Linen fabrics, satin, velvet, sugar, iron, knives, nails were supplied to Turkish ports by the Black Sea. Pelts,
wool, wax became the staple export goods. Besides Istanbul and Trabzon which retained their importance, in the 17th century Varna,
Rodosto and Burgas developed into major sea ports.
In the 17th century new political forces entered the political arena of the Black Sea region. In the 16th century numerous
settlements of a new class, the Cossacks, sprang up in the south of present-day Russia and Ukraine. The Don and Zaporozhye region
became the main areas of the expansion of the Cossacks. From the very rst days of their existence both the Don and the Zaporo-
zhian Cossacks had to ght bitterly against their southern neighbors, and the Crimean Tatars and Turks were among their principal
enemies. Originally, the Cossacks created ground troops, but later they began to build their maritime forces, chaikas (row-boats).
Despite their small size, they possessed good nautical qualities, and in skilful hands they were a dangerous means of combat. During
the period from 1575 to 1637 the Cossacks accomplished up to twenty mission on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
The actions of the Cossacks on the sea became especially active in the 20s of the 17th century. In 1614 the Cossacks made
a voyage to Sinop. After capturing the port, they burned down the Turkish eet situated there and destroyed the Turkish garrison.
In the same year the Cossacks appeared at Trebizond. The following year the chaikas of the Cossacks emerged at the walls of Is-
tanbul, the Ottoman Empire capital. The Cossacks burned down harbors in the neighborhood of the city, and the Turkish combat
ships that attempted to pursuit them were wrecked. 1616 was also a successful year for the Cossacks. Their boats reached Trabzon,
Kaffa, destroying in the latter city the Turkish garrison and ships. The raid on Kaffa was led by Hetman Peter Sagaydachny. During
the Polish-Turkish war of 1620-1621 the Cossacks conducted vigorous military operations on the Black Sea in spite of preventive
measures taken by the Ottoman Empire. The Cossack otilla showed up on the sea all of a sudden, captured the Turkish ships that
were transported siege cannons to Belgorod, then attacked one of the Istanbul ports and burned it down. The Turks sent pursuers but
they only managed to seize two Cossacks who were then executed. Later that year the Cossacks successfully raided Trebizond, and
in the vicinity of Belgorod they sank the Turkish galleys that came out to meet them and took 15 large cannons off them.
The expeditions of the Cossacks did not cease even after Polish-Turkish war had nished. In 1622 they approached Trebi-
zond, captured a number of ships, cannons, took prisoners, and burned down the citys trading quarter. In the summer of 1624 150
Cossack chaikas appeared at the walls of Constantinople. The Turkish eet came out to counterattack the Cossack eet but it did not
prevent the Cossacks from disembarking in the metropolitan harbor, burning down the lighthouse and other structures and taking a
large booty. The Cossacks raided into the Turkish lands practically every year.
In the 30-40s Russia commenced active struggle for the access to the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea. The most active
operations during that period took place around the fortress of Azov in the lower course of the Don River. Gaining access to the Sea
of Azov was the rst step to access the Black Sea.
In 1637, after a 8-week siege the Don Cossacks managed to capture Azov and keep it during the following ve years. In
1641 the Ottoman Empire conducted an expedition to recover Azov; however, despite 24 assaults the Turks failed to capture it. After
losing more than 50 thousand soldiers the Turks had to retreat. However, in the following year the Land Diet taking account of the
foreign-policy situation around Russia made the decision to leave Azov. The Cossacks fullled this decision after tearing down its
fortications. Thus, the rst conict of Russia with Turkey over the access to the Black Sea did not help solve the problem.
A new round of the struggle took place in the 70s of the 17th century. By that time the situation in the region adjacent to
the Black Sea had changed greatly. Above all, it was due to the alliance entered into by Russia and Ukraine in 1654, which made the
issue urgent and created an opportunity to settle it in a new, namely Ukrainian direction.
In 1672 Russia sent a letter to the Turkish Sultan, which read as follows: We will start raiding upon you, and will sent
our decree to the Don leaders and Cossacks and order them to hunt and sh and do other business on the Don and the Black Sea.
However, the preparation for the warfare against Turkey in the Azov Black Sea direction and the search for allies dragged on for
15 years. During the years of 1677 to 1686 military operations between Russia and Turkey took place many times in various direc-
tions; the Bakhchisarai Armistice (1621, for 20 years), and the Constantinople Peace Treaty (1682) were signed.
However, in 1686 Russia entered into the so-called Eternal Peace, a military alliance between Russia, Austria, Rzeczpo-
spolita, and Venice against the Ottoman Empire. One of the priority tasks of that alliance was solving the problem of the freedom
of trade on the Black Sea. In 1687 a 100,000-men Russian army under the command of V.V. Golitsyn set out for the Crimea. But
because of poor preparation, summer heat, and the lack of potable water the campaign failed. The campaign of 1689 also failed.
Thus, in that period the problem of access to the Black Sea could not be solved either.
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organizing a new expedition to Azov. However, two assaults were unsuccessful due to the absence of a eet. This failure prompted
Peter the Great to take a decision to build a navy. And as early as a year later 27 large Russian warships and lots of small ones took
part in the siege of and assault on Azov. As a result of a 50-day land and maritime siege Azov fell. After that Turkey agreed to peace
negotiations.
In the summer of 1699 a Russian delegation headed by Yemelyan Ukrintsev made for Istanbul to conduct the peace negotia-
tions. And it was for the st time that a Russian mission arrived in the Turkish capital not by land, but on the large 46-cannon warship
Krepost (Fortress). The ship with the mission was accompanied to Kerch by a Russian squadron of 14 ship led by Peter the Great
himself.
The delegation offered Turkey a peace treaty which would provide for the freedom of navigation of Russian ships across
the Black Sea however, but Turkey insisted on its status of an inland sea. As a result of the strained negotiations, Russian failed to
solve the set problem; however, according the peace treaty signed on July 3, 1700, Turkey recognized Russias right to Azov, re-
ceived the Russias embassy in Istanbul granting it the rights similar to those of the French and English embassies. Turkey undertook
to prohibit the Crimean Khan from raiding into the Russian and Ukrainian territories. At the same time, the access to the Black Sea
remained problematic for Russia, as the Kerch Strait remained under control of Turkey.
So, during the whole of the 17th century the entire coast of the Black Sea remained included in the Ottoman Empire, which
established the inland sea status for it. Russian attempts to gain access to the Black Sea during that period were unsuccessful.
The closed status of the inland sea of the Ottoman Empire predetermined the general cartographical interest in the region.
In principle, the cartography of this region during that period was developing mechanically. In that century portolans began to sink
into oblivion, though they were made in Majorca, Spain, and Portugal during the rst half of the century. The Black Sea on them
was traditionally included in the general map of the Mediterranean. In the second half of the century nautical charts were already
included in naval atlases published in the Netherlands, Italy, France and England.
The 17th century was the century of development of integrated cartographical concepts of the world. Starting form the 16th
century, atlases created by Mercator, Ortelius, de Jode became increasingly popular in the 17th century. The atlases of these authors
were reissued and new and increasingly perfect atlases were created throughout the entire century, and the leading cartographical
nations competed with each other in these activities. The creation of atlases in native languages gained increasing popularity. In
particular, it was characteristic of France and England. Of course, in that century Dutch maps were still predominant on the market,
but other countries already sought to recapture the initiative, at least on the internal market. At the end of the 17th century French
cartographers began to gradually replace the Dutch masters and take the lead in terms of the quality of their products.
This book contains maps of the 17th century, which in most cases were included in various atlases and map collections.
Among them are portolan charts and individual wall maps, which generally represent the entire Mediterranean region. The inter-
est in separate maps of the Black Sea began to develop in the second half of the century in Italy and France, the countries that had
economic and commercial interests in that region. At the turn of the century Russia began displaying its interest in the region; ac-
cordingly, maps appeared that were ordered in the Netherlands and contained the Black Sea maps.

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The list of maps

No. Name Author Date Page

1 Natolia olim Asia Minor Quad, Matthias 1600 151


2 Europae Quad, Matthias 1600 151
3 Mapamundi Pruns, Vicentius 1600 151
4 East part of Mediterranean sea Pruns, Vicentius 1600 151
5 Arabian Portolan. Parts the Europe Jomard 1600 151
6 Map of coasts of the Europe unknown 1600 151
7 Chart the Mediterranean, including British isles and a part of
Scandinavia Teixeira Luis 1600 152
8 Chart of the Black sea unknown 1600 152
9 Peregrinatio Pauli : in qua & omnia loca quorum t mentio in actis et
epistolis apostolorum et apocalypsi describuntur Hondius, Jodocus 1600 152
10 Natolia Langenes, Barent 1600 152
11 Europa Anania Giovanni Lorenzo d 1600 152
12 Chart Vourdopolos, Nicolaos 1600-1610 152
13 Russia Ortelius, Abraham 1601 153
14 Pontus Euxinus. Aequor Iasonio pulsatum remige primum. Cum
privilegio Imp. Reg. et Belgico Ad Decennium 1590 Ortelius, Abraham 1601 153
15 Carta Geograca Completa di tutti i Regni del Mondo Ricci Matteo 1602 153
16 Chart of Mediterranean sea and the Europe Oliva, Joan 1602 153
17 Chart Maggiolo Jacopo 1602 153
18 Chart Atlantic ocean, Mediterranean and Black seas Olive Francesco 1603 153
19 Natoliae sive Asia Minor Mercator, Gerhard jr. 1606 154
20 Chart Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius 1606 154
21 Asiae Nova Descriptio Auctore Hondius, Jodocus 1606 154
22 Turcici Imperii Imago Hondius, Jodocus 1606 154
23 Nova Europae Descriptio Auctore Jodoco Hondio Hondius, Jodocus 1606 154
24 Tartaria Hondius, Jodocus 1606 155
25 Turcicum Imperium Hondius, Jodocus 1607 155
26 Chart Oliva, Joan 1608 155
27 Europam, sive Celticam Veterem Ortelius, Abraham 1609 155
28 Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea Oliva, Joan 1610 155
29 Europe Muller, Harmen Janss 1610 156
30 Lumen Historiarum per Orientem, illustrandis Bibljs sacris,
Martijrologio... Kaerius, Peter 1610 156
31 Tavrica Chersones vs. Nostra atatr Przecopsca Mercator, Gerhard jr. 1610 156
32 Tavrica Chersonesvs Mercator, Gerhard jr.,
Hondius, Jodocus 1611 156
33 Europae universalis descriptio Bertius Petrus 1612 156
34 Asia recens summa cura delineata Hondius Henricus 1612 157
35 Magni dvcatvs Lithvaniae Makowski Tomasz 1613 157
36 Near East Hole, William 1614 157
37 Tabula Russiae ex autographo, quod delineandum curavit Foedor
lius Tzaris Boris desumta; Hessel, Gerrits 1614 157
38 Natolia Mercator, Gerhard 1614 157
39 Chart of the Mediterranean Condina, Sebastiano 1615 158
40 Natolia Bertius Petrus 1616 158
41 Turcici Imperii Imago Mercator, Gerhard,
Hondius, Jodocus, Jansonnius Joannes 1616 158
42 Asiae I Tab Bertius Petrus 1618 158
43 Asiae II tab. Bertius Petrus 1618 158
44 Europae VIII tab. Bertius Petrus 1618 158
45 Eur. IX tab. Bertius Petrus 1618 159
46 Mediterranean Olive Salvatore 1619 159
47 Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, with the seas Black and Azov
and Atlantic coast of the Europe and Northern Africa Oliva, Joan 1620 159
48 Tavrica Chersonesvs Hostra Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur. Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1620 159
49 Taurica Chersonesus Hondius Henricus 1620 159
50 Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas Lupo, Thomas 1620 159
51 Moscoviae Pars Avstralis. Auctore Isaaco Masa Massa, Issac 1620 160
52 Russiae, vulgo Moscovia, pars Australis. Massa Issac 1620 160
53 Tavrica Chersones vs Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur Mercator, Gerhard,
Hondius, Jodocus 1621 160

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54 East Mediterranean Sandys George 1621 160


55 Mediterranean sea with a part of Black sea Oliva, Joan 1623 160
56 Rdo. Dno. D. Adr. Stalpartio Abb. Togerlesi digniso.
d. Lumen Historium per Orientem.... Haraeus, Franciscus 1624 161
57 Lvmen historiarvm per orientem : illustrandis Biblijs sacris
martijrologio, ... Haraeus, Franciscus 1624 161
58 Geographia Sacra Ortelius, Abraham 1624 161
59 Argonautica Ortelius, Abraham 1624 161
60 Asia with the islands adioyning described, the
atire of the people, & townes of importance, all of
them newly augmented Speed John 1626 161
61 EVROP, and the chiefe ... Speed John 1626 161
62 (Ellas) Greece Speed John 1626 162
63 The Turkish Empire Speed John 1626 162
64 Taurica Chersonesus Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur Hondius Henricus, Jansonnius Joannes 1628 162
65 Natoliae sive Asia Minor Mercator, Gerhard 1628 162
66 Natoliae sive Asia Minor Mercator, Gerhard 1628 162
67 Chersonesi quae hodie Natolia descriptio Cluver, Philip 1629 163
68 Daciarum, Moesiarum et Thraciae Cluver, Philip 1629 163
69 Das Hertsogthumb Littaw/Samogeten/Schwarz Reussen und
volhinia. Makowski Tomasz,
Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1630 163
70 Tavrica Chersonesvs Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur. Mercator, Gerhard,
Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon,
Jansonnius Joannes 1630 163
71 Nova Europae Descriptio Mercator, Gerhard 1630 163
72 Turcici imperii imago Mercator, Gerhard 1630 164
73 Walachia Servia Bulgaria Romania Mercator, Gerhard 1630 164
74 [Sphendone], hoc est, fvnda Posidonii. Bertius Petrus 1630 164
75 Black sea, Anatoly unknown 1630 164
76 Mediterranean and the East Europe unknown 1630 164
77 Arabia, Black sea, Caspian sea, Red sea, and Persian gulf unknown 1630 164
78 Europa exactissime descripta Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus 1631 165
79 Novissima Russiae Tabula Mercator, Gerhard,
Hondius Henricus, Massa Issac 1633 165
80 Carte universelle hydrographique Guerard, Jean 1634 165
81 Persia sive Sophorum regnum Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1634 165
82 Tavrica Chersonesvs, nostra tate Przecopsca, et Gazara digitur Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon, Blaeu Joan 1635 165
83 Walachia, Servia, Bulgaria, Romania... Blaeu Joan 1635 166
84 Danubius Fluvius Europae Maximus, A Fontus Ad Ostia Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon, Blaeu Joan 1635 166
85 Europa recens descripta Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1635 166
86 Asia noviter delineata Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1635 166
87 Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1635 166
88 Turcicum Imperium Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon 1635 167
89 Imperii Caroli Magni ac vicinarum regionum descriptio Bertius Petrus 1635 167
90 Asia Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus 1636 167
91 Russia cum connijs Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus 1636 167
92 Graecia Sophiani. Ex contibus Geographicis Abrahami Ortelii
Antwerpiensis Jansonnius Joannes 1636 167
93 Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor Jansonnius Joannes 1636 168
94 Romani imperii qua oriens est descriptio geographica Sanson Nicolas 1637 168
95 Europam sive Celticam veterem Mercator, Gerhard, Ortelius, Abraham 1638 168
96 Moscoviae pars australis Mercator, Gerhard, Massa Issac 1638 168
97 Taurica chersonesus nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur Mercator, Gerhard 1638 168
98 Danubius uvius Europae maximus, a fontibus ad Ostia, cum
omnibus uminib[us], ab utroque latere, in illum uentibus Mercator, Gerhard 1638 169
99 Nova Europae Descriptio. Auctore I. Hondio Hondius, Jodocus 1638 169
100 Chart Oliva, Placido Kaloiro 1639 169
101 Map of Mediterranean and Black sea Cavallini, Giovanni Battista 1639 169
102 Map of Mediterranean sea, the Marmora and Black seas and their
coasts Burston, John 1640 169
103 Persia sive Sophorum Regnum Jansonnius Joannes 1640 169
104 Tabula Nova Geographica Natoli et Asi Minoris... Visscher, Nicolas 1640 170
105 Tabula Russiae Merian, Matthaus 1640 170
106 Turcicum Imperium Jansonnius Joannes 1641 170
107 Persia Sive Sophorum Regnum Merian, Matthaus 1642 170

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108 Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani geographica


descriptio Sanson Nicolas 1642 170
109 Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani Tavernier Melchior 1642 170
110 Natolie, ou, Asie mineur Boisseau Jean 1643 171
111 Estats du Czar ou Grand DVC de la Rvssie Blanche ou Moscovie Sanson Nicolas 1644 171
112 Tractus Borysthenis Vulgo Dnieper Blaeu, family 1644 171
113 Tabula Geographica, In Qua Omnes Regiones, Urbes, Oppida, et
Loca Describuntur, quorum mentio sit in Actis et Epistolis
Apostolorum, et Apaocalypsi; de integro multis in locis emendata, Plancius, Petrus,
ac regionum lumitibus destincta Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard 1645 171
114 Tractvs Boristhenis Blaeu Joan Makowski Tomasz 1648 171
115 Delineatio Generalis Camporum Desertorum volgo Ukraina cum
Adjacentibus Provinciis Beauplan, Guillaume le Vasseur de 1648 172
116 Portolan of the Mediterranean sea Olive Francesco 1650 172
117 Europam, sive Celticam Veterem Jansonnius Joannes 1650 172
118 Descriptio peregrinationis d. Pauli apostoli: exibens loca fere omnia
tam in Novo Testamento quam in Actis Apostolorum memorata Jansonnius Joannes 1650 172
119 Pontus Euxinus Jansonnius Joannes 1650 172
120 Turcicum Imperium. Turckische Reych Merian, Matthaus 1650 173
121 Nova Persi, Armeni, Natoli et Arabi Danckert, Cornelius 1650 173
122 Asie Sanson Nicolas, Mariette Pierre 1650 173
123 Europa Vetus Sanson Nicolas 1650 173
124 Asia Vetvs Sanson Nicolas 1650 173
125 Dioecesis Asiana Pontica Thracica Tavernier Melchior 1650 174
126 Imperium Romanum. Briet, Philippe 1650 174
127 Natolia, quae olim Asia minor Mercator, Gerhard 1651 174
128 Tabula Russiae ex Mandato Foedor Borissowits delineata Visscher, Claes Jansz 1651 174
129 Asia Minor La Rue, Philippe de 1652 174
130 Asia Antiqua Blankaart Nicolaas, Jansonnius Joannes1652 174
131 Tabula itineris decies mille Graecorum sub Cyro contra fratrem suum
Artaxerxem Regem Persarum / eorumque reditus sub Xenophonte;
secundum ipsum Xenophontis commentaria per P. du Val ... Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1652 175
132 Thraciae veteris typvs / ex conatibus geographicus Abrah. Ortelij. Ortelius, Abraham 1652 175
133 Anatolie Sanson Guillaume 1652 175
134 Tvrquie en Asie Sanson Nicolas 1652 175
135 Tvrquie en Asie Sanson Nicolas 1652 175
136 Tabula itineris decies mille Graecorum sub Cyro contra fratrem suum
Artaxerxem Regem Persarum Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1653 176
137 Aeneae Troiani Navigatio Ad Virgilij sex priories Aeneidos, Studio
et opera Wenceslai Hollari Bohemi Hollar, Wenceslaus 1653 176
138 Map of the Mediterranean Cavallini, Giovanni Battista 1654 176
139 Map of Colchis Lamberti, Arcangelo 1654 176
140 Map of Colchis - Todays Mingrelia Castelli Christophoro 1654 176
141 Estats de lEmpire des Turqs en Europe, et Pays Circomvoisins Sanson Nicolas 1655 176
142 Nova Europae Descriptio Visscher, Nicolas 1658 177
143 Asiae Nova Delineatio Visscher, Nicolas 1658 177
144 Les estats de lempire des Turqs en Asie Sanson Nicolas 1658 177
145 LEurope Sanson Nicolas 1658 177
146 Natolia, quae olim Asia minor Cluver, Philip 1659 177
147 Nova totius Graeciae, Italiae, Natoliae, Hungariae nec non Danubii
uminis Sandrart, Jacob von 1660 177
148 Argonautica Jansonnius Joannes 1660 178
149 Natolia quae olim Asia Minor Jansonnius Joannes 1660 178
150 Nova Persiae, Armeniae, Natoliae et Arabiae Witt Frederick de 1660 178
151 Accuratissima totius Asiae tabula in omnes partes divisa / de novo
correcta, ac in lucem edita per Fredericum de Wit Witt Frederick de 1660 178
152 Nova Europae Descriptio Witt Frederick de 1660 178
153 Summa Europae antiquae descriptio Cluver, Philip 1660 179
154 Sarmatia et Scythia Rusia et Tartaria Europae Cluver, Philip 1660 179
155 Asia Antiqua et Nova Cluver, Philip 1660 179
156 Persia Sive Sophorum Regnum cum Armenia, Assyria Mesopotamia
et Babylonia Cluver, Philip 1660 179
157 Europa Cluver, Philip 1661 179
158 Lempire des Tvrcs Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1661 180
159 Tvrqvie en Asie Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1661 180
160 Asiae Nova Descriptio Witt Frederick de 1661 180

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161 Map of Mediterranean sea Roussin Jean Francois 1661 180


162 Geographiae Sacrae ex Veteri et Novo Testamento desumptae Tabula
Prima, qua Totius Orbis Partes continet. Sanson Nicolas 1662 180
163 Map of the Mediterranean sea Olive Francesco 1662 180
164 Geographifche Beschryvinghe van de Wandeling der Apostelen ende
De Reysen Pauli Visscher, Nicolas 1663 181
165 Asiae Descriptio Nova Impensis Seile Anne 1663 181
166 Pas kaert van t oostelycke deel der Middelandsche Zee Doncker, Hendrick 1664 181
167 Cimmeria quae postea Scythia europaea seu parva Scythia... Sanson Guillaume 1664 181
168 Tartarie Europeenne ou Petite Tartarie ou sont Les Tartares du Crim,
ou de Perecop; de Nogais, DOczacow Sanson Nicolas 1665 181
169 Turcicum Imperium Witt Frederick de 1665 182
170 Typus communicationis Maris Caspy, cum Persico et Euxino Kircher, Athanasius 1665 182
171 Bosphorus Cimmerius et Regnum Bosphoranum Sanson Nicolas 1665 182
172 Nova et exacta Asiae geographica descriptio Allard Hugo 1665 182
173 Anaplus Bosphori Thracii Sanson Guillaume 1666 182
174 Typus Generalis Ukrainae sive PaLatinatuum Podoliae, Kioviensis et
Braczlaviensis terras nova delineatione exhibens Jansonnius Joannes 1666 183
175 Asie Jollain, Claude 1667 183
176 lEmpire des Turcs Jollain, Claude 1667 183
177 Tartarie Jollain, Claude 1667 183
178 Colchis, Iberia, Albania Quaeg; Caucasiae Gentes, Isthmum quod
Pontium Euxiinum Caspiumq; mare Interjacet Incolunt . Sanson Guillaume 1667 183
179 Asia vetus. Sanson Nicolas, Sanson Guillaume 1667 184
180 Europa Speed John 1668 184
181 Nova Et Acurata Totius Europ Tabula Blaeu Joan 1669 184
182 Nova Et Exacta Asi Geographica Descriptio Blaeu Joan 1669 184
183 Romani Imperii qua Occidens est Descriptio...; Romani Imperrii qua
Oriens est Description Geographica Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Baudrand, Michel Antonio 1669 184
184 A mapp of the estates of the Turkish empire in Asia, and Europe Blome, Richard 1669 185
185 A new map of Muscovy by A. Oliarius Olearius Adam 1669 185
186 Copy of a map of Godunov Peter Ivanovicha Prytz, Claes Johansson 1669 185
187 Chart Fassoi Marco 1669 185
188 Nova et accurata totius Europae Witt Frederick de 1670 185
189 Tabula Russia Vulgo Moscovia Witt Frederick de 1670 185
190 Turquie en Asie Sanson Nicolas 1670 186
191 Nouvelle Carte Marine de tous les Ports de lEurope sur lOcean et
sur la Mediterranee Berey Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1670 186
192 A New Plaine and most Exact map of Asia described by NI Vischer
and rendered into English with the habits of the countries and
manner of the cheife citties Overton, John 1671 186
193 A New and most exact Map of Europe Overton, John 1671 186
194 LEurope corrigee, et augmentee dessus toutes les aultres cy devant
faictes Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1671 186
195 Ponti Euxini cum regionibus versus septentrionem et orientem
adjacentibus nova tabula Chardin, Jean 1672 186
196 Chersonesi quae hodie Natolia descriptio Cluver, Philip 1672 187
197 Pas-caarte van de Middelandsche Zee Goos Pieter 1673 187
198 Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor Ogilby John 1673 187
199 Nova tabula Imperii Russici ex omnium accuratissimis quae hactenus
extiterunt.... Nic. Witzen delineationibus conata... emendavit Drogenham, Gerrit, Witsen Nicolaas,
Everardus Ysbrants Ides... Ides, Evert Isbrand 1673 187
200 Russie Blanche ou Moscovie Sanson Nicolas 1674 187
201 Ponti Pars ad halym Iridem Thermodontemq Fluuios Sita quam
Heroicis Temporibus Amazones; romanorum Aetate Mithridatis
Regnum Nobilitarunt: quae tandem Provenciae Romanorum Facta
Pontus Galaticus mox Hellenopontus dicta et in Minores Regiones
distincta et in ea Roman itineraria ex Tabula Peutingeriana et ex
Antonino descripta Sanson Guillaume 1676 188
202 Europam sive Celticam Veterem Bertius Petrus, Cluver, Philip 1676 188
203 A map of Russia Speed John 1676 188
204 Lempire des Turcs en Europe, en Asie et en Afrique Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1677 188
205 Paphlagonia Heroicis Temporibus Henetorum Populorum Sede Clara;
cujus Paphlagonia Maritima suit Romanorum Aetate Ponti Regni
Pars Occidentalior, In qua Sinope totius Mithridatis Regni caput.
Paphlagonia vero Mediterranea Pylaemenis Regnum constituit. Sanson Guillaume 1678 188
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206 Russia Bianca o Moscovia Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de


Sanson Guillaume 1678 189
207 Portolan east part of Mediterranean sea Fassoi Marco 1679 189
208 Novissima et Accuratissima Totius Russiae Vulgo Muscoviae Tabula Danckert, Cornelius 1680 189
209 Accuratissima totius Asiae Tabula Recens Emendata Danckert, Cornelius 1680 189
210 Accuratissima Europae Tabula per I. Danckerts cum Privilegio Danckert, Cornelius 1680 189
211 Globe gore showing Black Sea south to Indian Ocean Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1680 190
212 Carte nouvelle de la mer mediterranee Sanson Guillaume 1680 190
213 Georgie Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1680 190
214 The Turkish Empire in Asia Morden, Robert 1680 190
215 Romani Imperii Imago Lauro, Jacomo 1680 190
216 Graecia, Sophiani Cluver, Philip 1682 190
217 Armenia Syria, Mesopotamia etc. Cluver, Philip 1682 191
218 De Beschryvingh Van de Reysen Pauli, en Van de Andere Apostelen Stoopendaal Daniel 1682 191
219 The Dominions of the Czar of Russia Alba or Great Duke of
Moscovia in which are the Dukedoms of Moscow, Wolodimer, Rezan,
Worotin, Novogorod-Swierski, Szernihow, Smolensko, Reschow,
Twer, Novogorod-Weliki, Biele, Jezora, Wologda Berry William, Sanson Guillaume 1682 191
220 Thraciae Veteris Typus Cluver, Philip 1683 191
221 Mer Noire ou Mer Maievre Sanson Nicolas 1683 191
222 Evrope Sanson Nicolas 1673 191
223 L Asie Sanson Nicolas 1683 192
224 Asie mineure Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 192
225 Europe Moderne; Europe Ancienne Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 192
226 Natolie Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 192
227 Natolie Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 193
228 Tvrqvie en Asie = Die Turckey in Asia Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 193
229 Mer Mediteeranee selon les modernes Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 193
230 Albanie, Grande Armenie, Colchide et Iberie selon les Anciens Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 193
231 Georgie, Armenie Mallet Alain Manneson 1683 194
232 Petite Tartarie Mallet Alain Manneson 1685 194
233 LEuropa Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de 1684 194
234 Tartaria dEuropa overo Piccola Tartaria Cantelli, Giacomo 1684 194
235 Romani Imperii qua oriens est descriptio Baudrand, Michel Antonio 1684 194
236 Asia divisa nelle sue parti secondo lo stato presente, descritta, e ... Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1685 195
237 Mediterranean Sea divided into its Principall parts or seas. Berry William 1685 195
238 Estats delEmpire du Grand Seigneur des Turcs, en Europe, en Asie,
et en Afrique... Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1686 195
239 Asiae Minoris Iacobi Cantellii Vineolensis ... Sereniss. Ducis Mutinae
&c. subditi et geographi pro viribus elaborata descriptio. Fran.us
Donia Mess. Sculpsit Cantelli, Giacomo 1686 195
240 Descritione delli Principati della Moldavia, e Valachia tolta da
Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de 1686 195
241 LAsia Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de 1687 196
242 La Bulgaria e la Romania con Parte di MacedoniaGiacomo de
Rossi Cantelli, Giacomo 1689 196
243 La Mer Mediterranee divisee en Mer de Levant, et de Ponant,
Subdivisees en leurs Principales Parties ou Mers, ... Sanson Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 168- 196
244 Hungariae et regionum, quae ei quoddam fuere unitae ur
Transilvaniae, Valachiae, Moldaviae, Serviae, Romaniae, Bulgariae,
Bessarabiae, Croatiae, Bosniae, Dalmatiae, Sclavoniae, Morlachiae,
Ragusaniae, Republiciae Maximaeq Partis Danubii uminis
novissima delineatio. Witt Frederick de 1690 196
245 Europe Sanson Nicolas 1690 196
246 Nova et Accurata totius Europae Descriptio Danckerts, Justus 1690 197
247 Accuratissima et Maxima Totius Turcici Imperii Tabula... Danckert Theodorus 1690 197
248 Turky in Asia Seller John 1690 197
249 Ristretto del Mediterraneo... Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1690 197
250 Regni Hungariae, Graeciae, Moreae, Totius Danubii, Adiacentiumque
Regnorum, Nec Non Totius Graeciae et Archipelagi Delineatio nova Schenck, Pieter 1690 197
251 Bulgaria et Romania, divisa in singulares sangiacatus Silistriam,
Nicopolin, Bodinum, Sardiam, Bysantium, Kirkeliam et Gallipolin,
una cum nitimis regionibus Valachia, Servia etc Valck Gerard and Leonard 1690 198
252 Near East Gore Sheet, globus gore Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1690 198
253 Bosforo Tracio hoggidi Canale di Constantinopoli Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1690 198

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254 Parte orientale dei Mediterraneo Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1691 198
255 Canale di Constantinopoli gia detto Bosforo Tracio Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1691-1692 198
256 Parte orientale dellEuropa Coronelli Vincenzo Maria 1691-1692 199
257 Carte nouvelle de la mer Mediterranee ou sont exactement remarques
tous les ports, golfes, rochers, bancs de sable &c: a lusage des armees
du Roy de la Grande Bretagne. Dresse sur les memoires les plus
nouveaux par le Sr Romain de Hooge. Hooghe, Romain de 1693 199
258 Patriarchatus Costantinopolitani geographica descriptio Sanson Nicolas 1694 199
259 Geographia synodica, sive regionum, urbium, et locorum, ubi
celebrata sunt Concilia Sanson Guillaume 1694 199
260 Armenia vetus in quattuor partes distincta. La Rue, Philippe de, Sanson Nicolas 1694 199
261 Colchis Iberia Albania. Sanson Guillaume 1694 200
262 Mithridatis Regnum nobilitarum... Sanson Guillaume 1694 200
263 Tabula itineris decies mille graecorum sub Cyro... Du Val Pierre dAbbeville 1694 200
264 Mare mediterraneum, exhibens oras hispaniae, galliae, italiae, mare
hadriaticum, archipelagus, natoliam, aegyptum, levantam, barcam,
tripolin, tunetanum, algeriam, fezzam, maurocum. Valck Gerard 1695 200
265 Nieuwe paskaart van de geheele Swarte Zee Keulen, Gerard van 1695 200
266 Tab. I. Asiae: in qua Galatia, Cappadocia, Pontus, Bithynia, Asia
Minor, Pamphylia, Lycia, ac Cilicia Mercator, Gerhard 1695 201
267 LAsie divisee en ses Principales Regions Sanson Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1695 201
268 La Russie Blanche ou Moscovie Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1695 201
269 Asia Divisa in Imperia Regna & Status... Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1695 201
270 Magni Turcarum Domini Imperium in Europa, Asia et Africa Visscher, Nicolas 1695 201
271 Europe divisee suivant l estendue de ses principeaux ... Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1696 202
272 Nova et Accurata Regni Hungariae Tabula, Ad Usum Serenissimi
Burguniae Ducis Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert 1696 202
273 Accuratissima Europae tabula, multis locis correcta, et nuperrime
edita Allard Carel 1696 202
274 Regni Poloniae, Magni Ducatus Lithuaniae Allard Carel 1696 202
275 Estats de lEmpire des Turqs en Europe Sanson Nicolas 1696 202
276 Theatre de la guerre en Hongarie, Transilvanie Sanson Nicolas 1696 203
277 Guglielmi Sanson Nicolai lii geographia patriarchalis Sanson Guillaume 1696 203
278 Map of a part of territory of Russia Bruce Jacob Daniel 1696 203
279 Thraciae veteris typus... Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham 1696 203
280 Pontus Euxinus aequor Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham 1697 203
281 Tabula Geographica qua pars Russiae Magnae Pontus Euxinus sew Bruce Jacob Daniel,
Mare Nigrum et Tartaria Minor cum nitimis Bulgaria Romaniae et Mengden, Georg von,
Natoliae Provinciis ehibetur Homann, Johann Baptist 1697 204
282 Descriptio peregrinationis d.Pauli Apostoli Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham 1697 204
283 Lumen historiarum per orientem Sanson Nicolas 1697 204
284 Argonautica Sanson Nicolas 1697 204
285 Natoliae olim Asiae minoris tabula Allard Carel 1697 204
286 Tabula nova geographica Natoliae et Asiae Minoris Cantelli, Giacomo 1698 205
287 Nova Asiae tabula Homann, Johann Baptist 1698 205
288
, Cruys Cornelius 1699 205
289 The atlas of the river of Don Cruys Cornelius 1699 205
290 , ... Bruce Jacob Daniel
Mengden, Georg von 1699 206
291 Map of a southern part of Russia Bruce Jacob Daniel
Mengden, Georg von 1699 206
292 Asia minor auctore Phi. de la Rue Paris Sanson Nicolas 1699 206
293 Vetus descriptio Daciarum nec non Moesiarum Sanson Nicolas 1699 206
294 Europa Orbis Christi Ani Domina 1699 Scherer Heinrich 1699 206

150
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Maps
1
Name: Natolia olim Asia Minor
Author: Quad, Matthias, engraver Bussemacher, Johan
Date editions: 1600, Cologne: Bussemacher, Johan
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 180 x 260 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.101
Description: From: Quad, Matthias. Geographisch Handtbuch .. Coln am Rein : bey Iohan Buxemacher,
1600
Sources: 171, 233, 330, 489, 710
2
Name: Europae
Author: Quad, Matthias
Date editions: 1600, Cologne: Bussemacher, Johan
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 195 x 265 mm, From a copper engraving
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2003
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 189
Description: From: Geographisch Handbuch, M. Quad, Coln am Rein : bey Iohan Buxemacher, 1600
Sources: 3, 7, 8, 365, 459, 529, 686

3 The image is absent


Name: Mapamundi
Author: Pruns, Vicentius
Date editions: 1600, Mallorca
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 200 x 290 mm
Site: Spain, Barcelona, Museu Maritim
Description: From the atlas of the Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas and Atlantic
Sources: 694
4 The image is absent
Name: East part of the Mediterranean sea
Author: Pruns, Vicentius
Date editions: 1600, Mallorca
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 290 x 400 mm
Site: Spain, Barcelona, Museu Maritim
Description: From the atlas of the Mediterranean, Black and Azov seas and Atlantic
Sources: 694
5
Name: Arabian Portolan. Parts the Europe
Author: copy Jomard
Date editions: 1600
Known editions:
Text: Arabian
Sizes:
Site: Spain, Madrid, Museo Naval
Description:
Sources: 383, 714, 715, 726, 761
6
Name: Map of coasts of the Europe
Author: unknown
Date editions: around 1600, Italy
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes:
Site: England, London, the British library, Add. 9813
Description:
Sources: 397
151
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

7
Name: Chart of the Mediterranean, including British isles and a part of Scandinavia
Author: Teixeira Luis
Date editions: ab.1600, Lisboa
Known editions:
Text: Portugalian
Sizes: 595 950 (557 920 Including lengthening to the left) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 1549
Description:
Sources: 36, 37, 78, 208, 748, 753

8
Name: Chart of the Black sea
Author: unknown
Date editions: 1600
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 470 x 750 mm, scale around 1:2 300 000
Site: England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum
Description: From the collection of 6 maps
Sources: 494
9
Name: Peregrinatio Pauli : in qua & omnia loca quorum t mentio in actis et epistolis apostolorum
et apocalypsi describuntur
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1600, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin, English
Sizes: 148 x 189 mm on sheet 330 x 220 mm, Scale 1:13,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774no.43
Description: From: English translation Samuel Purchas Atlas minor Mercator, Published as: Atlas
minor, das ist, eine kurtze jedoch grundliche Beschreibung der gantzen Weldt ...
Amstelodami : ex ofcina Ioannis Ianssonii, 1651
Sources: 26, 28, 344, 610, 672, 749, 762
10
Name: Natolia
Author: Langenes, Barent
Date editions: 1600
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 82 x 121 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.9
Description: From: Thresor de chartes. A La Haye : de limprimerie dAlbert Henry, pour Corneille
Nicolas, 1600. p. 13
Sources: 710, 722
11
Name: Europa
Author: Anania Giovanni Lorenzo d, engraver Porro, Girolamo
Date editions: 1600, Venezia
Known editions: 1582
Text: Latin
Sizes: 242 x 173 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 34
Description:
Sources: 31, 573
12
Name: Chart
Author: Vourdopolos, Nicolaos
Date editions: 1600-1610, island Pathmos
Known editions:
Text: Greek
Sizes: 505 590 mm, Parchment
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Ms.suppl. gr. 1094
Description:
Sources: 16, 472, 727, 760
152
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

13
Name: Russia
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1601, Antwerpen: Vrients, Ioannes Baptista
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 90 x 120 mm
Site: England, Oxfordshire, Wallingford, Tooley Adams & Co
Description: From: Epitome theatri Orteliani, Antwerp: Jan B Vrients, 1601
Sources: 684, 718
14
Name: Pontus Euxinus. Aequor Iasonio pulsatum remige primum. Cum privilegio Imp. Reg. et
Belgico Ad Decennium 1590
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1601, Antwerpen: Vrients, Ioannes Baptista
Known editions: 1612, 1624
Text: Latin
Sizes: 359 x 505 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.2, pp.72-73
Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 14985, 13722
Description: From: Parergon Theatri Orbis Terrarum, Ortelius, Abraham, Antwerp, Juan Baptist Vrients.
1601;
From: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Ortelius, Abraham, Antwerp, Juan Baptist Vrients. 1612
Sources: 5, 19, 29, 121, 194, 312, 373, 387, 459, 501, 566, 699, 717, 721, 724, 734, 741
15
Name: Carta Geograca Completa di tutti i Regni del Mondo
Author: Ricci Matteo
Date editions: 1602, Pekin
Known editions:
Text: Chinese
Sizes: 1800 x 700 mm
Site: Italy, Bologna, Universit di Bologna, Dipartimento di Astronomia, Museo della Specola,
Inv. MdS-103
Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
Description:
Sources: 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 55, 56, 289, 327, 328, 384, 402, 403, 488, 752
16
Name: Chart of Mediterranean sea and the Europe
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date editions: 6 July 1602, Naples
Known editions:
Text: Spanish
Sizes: 730 1140 (675 850) mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 40
Description:
Sources: 78, 748
17
Name: Chart
Author: Maggiolo Jacopo
Date editions: 1602
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 1245 x 867 mm
Site: Italy, Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, F 251 bis inf.
Description:
Sources: 16, 34, 263, 698, 747
18
Name: Chart of Atlantic ocean, Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Olive Francesco
Date editions: 1603
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 540 900 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Description:
Sources: 760
153
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19
Name: Natoliae sive Asia Minor
Author: Mercator, Gerhard jr.
Date editions: 1606, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 460 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.61
Description: From: Atlas sive, Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati gura.
Amsterodami: Excusum in aedibus Iudoci Hondij, 1606 (It is printed in 1628 or 1633)
Sources: 423, 459, 710, 722

20
Name: Chart
Author: Voltius, Vincentius Demetrius Rachuseus
Date editions: 1606, Naples
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 922 - 1007 mm, Width 685 mm
Site: Italy, Rome, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Cod.Lat. 14208
Description:
Sources: 9, 10, 16, 22, 23, 43, 45, 47, 719, 763

21
Name: Asiae Nova Descriptio Auctore
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1606, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 500 x 370 mm
Site: China, University Library, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Special
Collections G7400 1610 .H65
USA, NY, Old Field, Jo-Ann & Richard Casten Ltd, catalog 2003
Description:
Sources: 223, 347, 423, 722
22
Name: Turcici Imperii Imago
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1606, Amsterdam: Hondius Henricus
Known editions: 1630, 1634, 1636
Text: Latin
Sizes: 365 x 490 mm
Site: Canada, Ontario, Hamilton, McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession
# 107099
England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 229
Description: From: Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et Fabricati gura.
Henricus Hondius. Amsterdam. 1606
and from: Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et
Fabricati Figura, Editio Decima, Amsterdam, 1630
Sources: 3, 179, 217, 259, 278, 320, 410, 415, 459, 470, 678, 684, 722, 755

23
Name: Nova Europae Descriptio Auctore Jodoco Hondio
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1606, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 495 mm
Site: USA, New Hampshire, Stoddard, Hemispheres Antique Maps & Prints , catalog 2003, E-177
Description: From: G.erardi Mercatoris, Atlas Sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et
Fabricati Figura (Amsterdam, 1619) p. 33-34.
Mercator, G. -Hondius, J.: Atlas sive cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et
fabricati gura. Ed. 2. Amsterdam, 1607
Sources: 3, 7, 16, 174, 322, 443, 666, 723
154
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Name: Tartaria
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1606, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1623, 1628
Text: Latin
Sizes: 345 494 (510 590) mm
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The Russian National Library
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: Atlas siv cosmographicae meditationes...Amsterdam. Mercator-Hondius 1606
Joined in all editions of the Atlas till 1635.
Sources: 64, 379, 439, 491, 528, 522, 693, 707, 722

25
Name: Turcicum Imperium
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1607, London
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 150 x 185 mm
Site: England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 195
Description: From: Atlas Minor . Mercator/Hondius. 1607
Also it has been used in the book: His Pilgrimes. Samuel Purchas. London 1625
Sources: 423, 722

26
Name: Chart
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date editions: 1608
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n. 1618
Description:
Sources: 16, 44, 471

27
Name: Europam, sive Celticam Veterem
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1609, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions: 1595, 1624
Text: Latin
Sizes: 355 x 477 (473 x 580) mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.2 pp. 24-25
Netherlands, Amsterdam, Robert Putman Antiquarian Maps & Books, catalog 2005 4681
Description: From: Theatrum geographiae veteris duobus tomis distinctum / Edente Petro Bertio Bevero. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij , 1618-1619
Sources: 120, 414, 497, 578, 722

28
Name: Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date editions: 1610
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Museu Nacional de Belas Artes
Description:
Sources: 405
155
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29
Name:
Author: Muller, Harmen Janss and Marten Janss
Date editions: 1610
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 850 710 mm, Parchment
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Res Ge B 1129
Description:
Sources: 385, 404, 471, 760

30
Name: Lumen Historiarum per Orientem, illustrandis Bibljs sacris, Martijrologio...
Author: Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1610, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 475 mm
Site: England, Oxfordshire, Wallingford, Tooley Adams & Co
Description:
Sources: 584, 684

31
Name: Tavrica Chersones vs. Nostra atatr Przecopsca
Author: Mercator, Gerhard jr.
Date editions: 1610
Known editions: 1630
School: Latin, Italian
Sizes: 315 x 403 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2390
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,
Description:
Sources: 3, 6, 8, 241, 246, 516

32
Name: Tavrica Chersonesvs
Author: Mercator, Gerhard jr. - Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1611, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 131 x 164 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 1960
Description:
Sources: 242, 697

33
Name: Europae universalis descriptio
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1612, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 135 x 98 mm, Copper engraving
Site: England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS2207
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans: Ge DD 2987 (145, II),
Reprod. Sc 85/139 (1627 )
Description:
Sources: 31, 91, 399, 469, 648, 749
156
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34
Name: Asia recens summa cura delineata
Author: Hondius Henricus, engraver Pikart Hugo
Date editions: 1612, Amsterdam: Boisseau Jean
Known editions: 1631
Text: Latin
Sizes: 496 369 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum (GDZ)
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 428
Description: From: Theatre des gavles ov descriptions generales et particvlieres de tovtes les provinces dv
Royavme de France, auec les Prouinces & Estats circonuoisins. A Paris, Chez IEAN
BOISSEAV, Enlumineur du Roy pour les Cartes Marines & Geographiques, en lIsle du
Palais, a la Fontaine de Iouuence M. DC. XXXVII
Sources: 49, 58, 81, 303, 396, 461, 484, 548, 723
35
Name: Magni dvcatvs Lithvaniae
Author: Makowski Tomasz. Engraver Hessel, Gerrits
Date editions: 1613, Amsterdam: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 710 x 1500 mm, Sc.1 : 1 300 000
Site: Sweden, Upsala, Uppsala University Library
Belorusia, Minsk, National library Belorusii
Description:
Sources: 4, 730
36
Name: Near East
Author: Hole, William
Date editions: 1614, London
Known editions: 1628, 1736
Text: English
Sizes: 310 x 390 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.42
Description: From: Raleigh, Walter, Sir, 1552?-1618. The history of the world. London, 1614.
Raleigh, Walter. The History of the World, edited by C. A. Patrides. Philadelphia: Temple
Univ. Press, 1971
Sources: 429, 710, 744, 745, 746, 747
37
Name: Tabula Russiae ex autographo, quod delineandum curavit Foedor lius Tzaris Boris
desumta; et ad uvias, Dwinam, Zuchanam, aliaque Loca, quantum ex tabulis ...
Author: Hessel, Gerrits
Date editions: 1614, Amsterdam: Hessel, Gerrits
Known editions: 1635, 1665
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 425 x 545 (455 x 565) mm, Scale in Russian miles 400 = 66 mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Lietuvos nacionalinis muziejus,
Russia, Moscow, The state historical museum,
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4 tav. 56, f. F
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: Hessel, Gerrits has told, that it used a map of Russia of Tsarevitch Boris Godunov
Sources: 2, 19, 88, 125, 200, 433, 492, 507, 518, 537, 692 ,730
38
Name: Natolia
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1614, Arnhem: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions: 1623
Text: Latin
Sizes: 140 x 180 mm, Sc ar.1:1,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.63
Description: From: Atlas minor de Gurard Mercator. De nouveau revue et augment. Amsterodami:
excusum in aedibus Iudoci Hondij...; apud Ioannem Ianssoniu[m] Arnhemi, 1614. The
reconsidered edition of Mercator printed plats edited and issued Hondius in 1607
Sources: 528, 710
157
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39
Name: Chart of the Mediterranean
Author: Condina, Sebastiano
Date editions: 1615
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 410 840 mm, Parchment
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, MS It. IV, 505 (10036)
Description:
Sources: 162
40
Name: Natolia
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1616, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 81 x 121 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.10
Description: From: P-Bertij Tabularum geographicarum contractarum. Liber sextus. Amsterodami:
sumptibus et typus aeneis Iudoci Hondij, 1616. p. 674. Copies and originals of maps Bertius
have probably been engraved of Hondius
Sources: 204, 429, 473, 503, 710, 722
41
Name: Turcici Imperii Imago
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius, Jodocus, Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1616, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions: 1628, 1632
Text: Latin
Sizes: 130 190 mm
Site: USA, PA, Lititz, Heritage Map Museum, catalog 2003, 321
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: From: Atlas Minor. Jan Jansson. Amsterdam, 1630
Sources: 3, 217, 337, 459, 470, 722, 755
42
Name: Asiae I Tab
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1618, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 450 mm, Sc a.1:3,500,000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13
Description: From: Theatrum geographiae veteris, duobus tomis distinctum / edente Petro Bertio Bevero.
Lugduni Batavorum : Isaacus Elzevirus sumptibus Iodoci Hondii, 1618
Sources: 96, 162. 233, 710, 722
43
Name: Asiae II tab.
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1618, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 463 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.1 pp. 324-325
Description: From: Theatri geographiae veteris : tomus prior in quo Cl. Ptol. Alexandrini Geographiae
libri VII / Opera P. Bertii. - Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij , 1618
Sources: 119
44
Name: Europae VIII tab.
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1618, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 348 x 434 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.1 pp. 290-291
Description: From: Theatri geographiae veteris : tomus prior in quo Cl. Ptol. Alexandrini Geographiae
libri VII / Opera P. Bertii. - Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij , 1618
Sources: 117
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45
Name: Eur. IX tab.
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1618, Amsterdam: Hondius, Jodocus
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 358 x 462 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 135.d.13.1 pp. 294-295
Description: From: Theatri geographiae veteris : tomus prior in quo Cl. Ptol. Alexandrini Geographiae
libri VII / Opera P. Bertii. - Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Ex ofcina Iudoci Hondij , 1618
Sources: 118
46
Name: Mediterranean
Author: Olive Salvatore
Date editions: 1619, Marseilles
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 386 562 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 2515
Description:
Sources: 209, 748
47 The image is absent
Name: Chart-portolan of Mediterranean sea, with the seas Black and Azov and Atlantic coast of the
Europe and Northern Africa
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date editions: 1620, Joannes oliva fecit in Civitate Liburni
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 710 x 990 mm
Site: Spain, Palma de Mallorca, Fundacio Bartolome March
Description:
Sources: 694
48
Name: Tavrica Chersonesvs Hostra Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur.
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1620, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1631, 1635, 1648, 1662
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 500 mm, Scale 25 German miles = 60 mm [scale about 1 : 3.187.083]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4 tav. 57, f. F2 (1635 )
Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 2395
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu , 1635. v.2
Sources: 126, 236, 247, 387, 612, 725
49
Name: Taurica Chersonesus
Author: Hondius Henricus
Date editions: 1620, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1628
Text: Latin
Sizes: 145 x 200 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam, Robert Putman Antiquarian Maps & Books, catalog 2005, 1589
Description: From: Mercator- Hondius, Atlas Minor, Amsterdam, 1620
Sources: 3, 500

50 The image is absent


Name: Map of the Mediterranean and Black seas
Author: Lupo, Thomas
Date editions: Probably nearby 1620, Shadwell
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 765 355 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Add 10041
Description:
Sources: 195
159
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51
Name: Moscoviae Pars Avstralis. Auctore Isaaco Masa
Author: Massa Issac - Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1620, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 383 x 505 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 1730
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University, Library, collection Valerian Lada-Mocarski
Description:
Sources: 220, 240, 438, 441

52
Name: Russiae, vulgo Moscovia, pars Australis.
Author: Massa Issac
Date editions: 1620, Amsterdam: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Known editions: 1638, 1640, 1641, 1647, 1650, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 387 x 520 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Russia, Moscow, The state historical museum, (1640)
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu , 1635. v.2, p.31
Sources: 3, 12, 220, 366, 434, 660, 664, 722

53
Name: Tavrica Chersones vs Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1621, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1630
Text: Latin, French
Sizes: 187 x 260 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 1974
Description:
Sources: 243, 264, 317, 722

54
Name: East Mediterranean
Author: Sandys George
Date editions: 1621, London: Barret William
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 255 x 340 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2002, 460
Description: From: Sandys G. A Relation of a Journey begun Anno Domini 1610. London, R. Field for
W. Barrett. 1627. The rst edition of this book was in 1615 translation on Dutch in 1653, on
German in 1669
Sources: 276, 361, 459

55 The image is absent


Name: Mediterranean sea with a part of Black sea
Author: Oliva, Joan
Date editions: 1623
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 805 x 450 mm
Site: England, London, the British library, Eg. 2861, ff. lb,2
Description: The sea Atlas of 2 maps:
1) Mediterranean sea with a part of Black sea 805 x 450 mm, ff. lb,2;
2) Aigaion Pelagos 650 450 mm, ff. 2 b, 3.
Sources: 195
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56
Name: Rdo. Dno. D. Adr. Stalpartio Abb. Togerlesi digniso.d. Lumen Historium per Orientem.
illustrandis Biblijs sacris, Martyro-logio, et alijs multis. Concinn. Fran Hareio Antverpiae.
Author: Haraeus, Franciscus
Date editions: 1624, Antwerpen: Moretus Balthasar
Known editions: 1653
Text: Latin
Sizes: 260 x 340 mm on sheet 440 x 560 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.41
Description: From: Abrahamii Ortelii theatri orbis terrarum parergon. Antverpiae, 1624
Sources: 29, 312, 319, 445, 459, 710, 722
57
Name: Lvmen historiarvm per orientem : illustrandis Biblijs sacris martijrologio, & alijs mustis
Author: Haraeus, Franciscus
Date editions: 1624, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 460 mm, Sc. 1:8,350,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.40
Description: From: Accuratissima orbis antiqui delineatio ... Amstelodami : Apud Ioannem Ianssonium,
1652
Sources: 577, 710, 722
58
Name: Geographia Sacra
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1624, Antwerpen: Moretus Balthasar
Known editions: 1597, 1612
Text: Latin
Sizes: 357 x 482 (450 x 562) mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 15001
Description: From: Abrahamii Ortelii theatri orbis terrarum parergon. Antverpiae, 1624
Sources: 29, 312, 389, 400, 459, 480, 502, 583, 686, 722
59
Name: Argonautica
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1624, Antwerpen: Moretus Balthasar
Known editions: 1590, 1606, 1612
Text: Latin
Sizes: 344 x 493 mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 14992
Description: From: Abrahamii Ortelii theatri orbis terrarum parergon. Antverpiae, 1624
Sources: 29, 312, 360, 388, 411, 459, 490, 663, 722, 762
60
Name: Asia with the islands adioyning described, the atire of the people, & townes of importance,
all of them newly augmented
Author: Speed John, engraver Goos, Abraham
Date editions: 1626, London
Known editions: 1676
Text: English
Sizes: 420 x 540 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 427
Description: From: A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. John Speed. London, 1627
The rst English printed map of Asia in the rst English atlas of the world
Sources: 64, 276, 459, 463, 514, 547, 593, 675, 683, 740, 750
61
Name: EVROP, and the chiefe / Cities conta.y.ned therin, descri= / bed; with the habits of most /
Kingdoms now in vse. / By Jo: Speed / Ano: Dom: 1626
Author: Speed John, engraver Goos, Abraham
Date editions: 1626, London
Known editions: 1676
Text: English
Sizes: 515 x 390 mm
Site: England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS2100
Description: From: A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. John Speed. London, 1627
Sources: 276, 399, 464, 683, 740, 750
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62
Name: (Ellas) Greece
Author: Speed John
Date editions: 1626, London
Known editions: 1646 (Hamble Wiliam), 1676 (Basset and Chiswell)
Text: English
Sizes: 390 503 mm
Site: USA, VA, Petersburg, Cartrographic Arts, Rare and Antique Maps, catalog, N2131
England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 435
Description: From: A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. John Speed. London, 1627
Sources: 167, 283, 286, 301, 345, 423, 459, 462, 675, 685, 762

63
Name: The Turkish Empire
Author: Speed John
Date editions: 1626, London
Known editions: 1676
Text: English
Sizes: 390 x 510 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 224
Description: From: A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. John Speed. London, 1627
Sources: 167, 217, 287, 412, 459, 462, 655, 682

64
Name: Taurica Chersonesus Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur
Author: Hondius Henricus, Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1628, Amsterdam: Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard
Known editions: 1630
Text: Latin
Sizes: 135 x 216 mm (212 x 281)
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam, Marcel and Deborah van den Broecke Cartographica Neerlandica,
catalog 2004, 5108
Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13361
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 101, 2002, lot 359
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: From: Atlas Minor, Hondius-Janssonius. Amsterdam. 1630
Sources: 264, 317, 459, 539, 586, 722

65
Name: Natoliae sive Asia Minor
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1628, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 120 x 180 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.60
Description: From: Atlas minor / Gerardi Mercatoris I. Hondio plurimis aeneis tabulis auctus et
illustratus ... [Amsterodami : Ex ofcina Ioannis Ianssonii, 1628]
Sources: 710, 722

66
Name: Natoliae sive Asia Minor
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1628, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 170 x 240 mm, Scale 1:8,900,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.59
Description: From: Atlas minor / Gerardi Mercatoris I. Hondio plurimis aeneis tabulis auctus et
illustratus ... Amsterodami : Ex ofcina Ioannis Ianssonii, 1628.
Sources: 710, 722

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67
Name: Chersonesi quae hodie Natolia descriptio
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1629, Oxoniae: Blagrave Roberti
Known editions: 1660, 1672, 1697, 1711
Text: Latin
Sizes: 200 x 240 mm, scale 1:6,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.18
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductionis in universam geographiam
Sources: 276, 430, 459, 710, 762
68
Name: Daciarum, Moesiarum et Thraciae
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1629
Known editions: 1672
Text: Latin
Sizes: 190 x 230 mm, scale 1:4,444,800
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.19
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 61.d.104 fra pp. 448-449
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductionis in universam geographiam. [Oxoniae? : Impensis
Roberti Blagrave, 1629] Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam
veterem quam novam : Multis locis emendata... illustrata...aucta studio et opera Johannis
Bunonis / Philip Cluver ; a cura di: Johann Buno. - Editio tertia prioribus locupletior &
correctior. - Brunsvigae [Braunschweig] : impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis, 1672
Sources: 66, 136, 762

69
Name: Das Hertsogthumb Littaw/Samogeten/Schwarz Reussen und volhinia.
Author: Makowski Tomasz, Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon, engraver Hessel, Gerrits
Date editions: 1630, Amsterdam: Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1643
Text: Latin
Sizes: 755 x 328 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2507
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description:
Sources: 3, 8, 16, 250, 725,

70
Name: Tavrica Chersonesvs Nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur.
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon, Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1630, Amsterdam: Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1641, 1645
Text: Latin
Sizes: 385 x 500 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2396
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description:
Sources: 3, 8, 248

71
Name: Nova Europae Descriptio
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1630, Amsterdam: Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard
Known editions: 1676
Text: French
Sizes: 187 x 257 mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13346
Description: From: Gerhard Mercator Atlas Minor. Amsterdam, I.E. Cloppenburgh, 1630, Also it was
used in Jan Cloppenburgh, Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes... Amsterdam.
Waesberger. 1676
Sources: 426, 459, 722

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72
Name: Turcici imperii imago
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1630, Amsterdam: Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 187 x 257 mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13329
Description: From: Gerhard Mercator Atlas Minor. Amsterdam, I.E. Cloppenburgh, 1630, Also it was
used in Jan Cloppenburgh, Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes... Amsterdam.
Waesberger. 1676
Sources: 363, 459, 722

73
Name: Walachia Servia Bulgaria Romania
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1630, Amsterdam: Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 188 x 258 mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13356
Description: From: Gerhard Mercator Atlas Minor. Amsterdam, I.E. Cloppenburgh, 1630
Sources: 3, 7, 12, 314, 459, 722

74
Name: [Sphendone], hoc est, fvnda Posidonii. (Sphendone, that is, the world by Posidonii
Dionysius in the world traveled by the Greeks)
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1630, Paris
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Greek
Sizes: 350 x 450 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division Washington,
D.C. 20540-4650 USA, G3200 BC .P6 1630 TIL
Description: From: Ancient Geography. Petrus Bertius. Paris, 1630.
Sources: 27, 30, 48, 192, 382
75
Name: Black sea, Anatoly
Author: unknown
Date editions: 1630, Macao
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 355 270 mm. (The sizes of maps 340 525 mm by turns)
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-39
Description: From: The atlas of the World containing 18 navigation charts
Sources: 36, 37, 211, 748, 758
76
Name: Mediterranean and the East Europe
Author: unknown
Date editions: 1630, Macao
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 355 270 mm. (The sizes of maps 340 525 mm by turns)
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-39
Description: From: The atlas of the World containing 18 navigation charts
Sources: 36, 37, 211, 748, 758
77
Name: Arabia, Black sea, Caspian sea, Red sea, and Persian gulf
Author: unknown
Date editions: 1630, Macao
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 355 270 mm. (The sizes of maps 340 525 mm by turns)
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM-39
Description: From: The atlas of the World containing 18 navigation charts
Sources: 36, 37, 211, 748, 758
164
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78
Name: Europa exactissime descripta
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus
Date editions: 1631, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1633, 1641
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 504 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 34-35
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, Ge DD 2987 (149)
Richelieu Cartes et Plans Reprod. Sc 85/143
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata/Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 131, 427, 481, 542, 579, 589, 680, 722
79
Name: Novissima Russiae Tabula
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus, Massa Issac
Date editions: 1633, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1638, 1642, 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 470 x 550 mm, Engraving on copper, Sc.1:6 250 000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 160-161
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata / Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 3, 7, 11, 12, 16, 77, 132, 279, 454, 468, 507, 671
80
Name: Carte universelle hydrographique
Author: Guerard, Jean
Date editions: 1634, Dieppe, France
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 396 479 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans, S.H. Archives n 15
Description:
Sources: 346, 349, 760
81
Name: Persia sive Sophorum regnum
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1634, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1642, 1650, 1655, 1662, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 375 x 505 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4 tav. 81, f. E
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu, 1635. - 2 v.
Atlas Maior. Blaeu. Amsterdam. 1634
Sources: 129, 378, 424, 466, 504, 653, 677, 722
82
Name: Tavrica Chersonesvs, nostra tate Przecopsca, et Gazara digitur
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon Blaeu Joan
Date editions: 1645, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1649, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 500 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 14324
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Willem Janszoon and Joan Blaeu/ Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus, t.1,
Amsterdam
This latin edition Willem Jans Zoon and Blaeu Joan Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas
novus has been published in 4 volumes, since 1645 these atlases First the edition has been
published in 1635 as two volumes typed on German, Dutch, latin, and French languages. In
1662 atlas has grown up to 11 or 12 volumes depending on the edition and inclusion of the
sea atlas. At this time the atlas became known as Atlas maior.
Sources: 169, 338, 354, 435, 459, 612, 721, 722
165
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

83
Name: Walachia, Servia, Bulgaria, Romania ...
Author: Blaeu Joan
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam: Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1647, 1665, 1666
Text: French
Sizes: 385 x 500 mm
Site: Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13636 (1666)
Description: From: Theatrvm orbis terrarvm, sive Atlas novvs. Amsterdam, J. Blaeu. 1635
Sources: 60, 170, 312, 436, 450, 459, 496, 505, 561, 673, 722
84
Name: Danubius Fluvius Europae Maximus, A Fontus Ad Ostia
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon Blaeu Joan
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1645, 1665, 1672
Text: Latin
Sizes: 412 x 965 mm
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The National Library of Russia, 0- 8/ 112-1
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4 tav. 45, f. n.n. fra TT e TT2
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami: Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu, 1635 v.2
Sources: 46, 124, 298, 320, 506, 722

85
Name: Europa recens descripta
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1663, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 560 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.3, tav. 2, f. C
England, London, the British library, Maps.C.5.b.1 (1663)
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu , 1635. v.1
Sources: 68, 102, 398, 446, 477, 513, 679

86
Name: Asia noviter delineata
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam: Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1662, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 560 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.3
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus/Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu, 1635. v.1
Sources: 46, 103, 222, 312, 444, 459, 704, 722, 743

87
Name: Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam: Blaeu Joan Blaeu, Cornelio
Known editions: 1636, 1640, 1641, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 500 mm (frame), scale 20 German miles= 43 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4 tav. 78, f. B
Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.11 (1642)
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu, 1635. v.2
Sources: 128, 185, 293, 376, 423, 459, 613, 687, 705, 722
166
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

88
Name: Turcicum Imperium
Author: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam,
Known editions: 1658, 1662, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 410 x 520 mm, Sc. 50 German miles = 34 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.4, tav. 77, f. A
England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 222
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Joan Blaeu. -
Amsterdami : Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu , 1635. v.2
Sources: 46, 127, 163, 276, 377, 423, 459, 706, 722, 755

89
Name: Imperii Caroli Magni ac vicinarum regionum descriptio
Author: Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1635, Amsterdam: Blaeu, Willem Jans Zoon Blaeu Joan
Known editions: 1642, 1650, 1662
Text: Latin
Sizes: 640 x 985 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.3, tav. 69, f. n.n. fra BBB e CCC
Description: From: Theatrum orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus / Willem Janszoon Blaeu,
Joan Blaeu. - Amsterdami: Apud Guiljelmum et Iohannem Blaeu, 1635. v.1
Sources: 104, 446, 532, 580, 669, 686

90
Name: Asia
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus
Date editions: 1636, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions: 1607
Text: Latin
Sizes: 205 150 mm
Site: USA, PA, Lititz, Heritage Map Museum, catalog, 2003, 325
Description:
Sources: 340, 638

91
Name: Russia cum connijs
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Hondius Henricus
Date editions: 1636, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions: 1628, 1661
Text: Latin
Sizes: 205 150 mm
Site: USA, PA, Lititz, Heritage Map Museum, catalog 2003, 338
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: From: Atlas Minor Gerardi Mercatoris I. Hondio plurimus aenies tabulis auctus atque
illustratus: denuo recognit, additisque novis. delineationibus emendatus. Amsterodami, ex
ofcina Ioannis Ianssonii. 1628.-. 119
Sources: 2, 3, 340, 352, 558

92
Name: Graecia Sophiani. Ex contibus Geographicis Abrahami Ortelii Antwerpiensis
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1636, Amsterdam: Hondius Henricus
Known editions: 1640
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 500 mm
Site: England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 433
Description:
Sources: 205, 315, 423, 456, 722
167
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93
Name: Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1636, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 370 x 480 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.44
Description: From: Mercator, Gerhard. Gerardi Mercatoris et I. Hondii Appendix atlantis ... Amsterdam :
Bey Johan Jansson, 1636.
Sources: 185, 406, 423, 710, 762

94
Name: Romani imperii qua oriens est descriptio geographica
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1637, Paris: Tavernier Melchior
Known editions: 1696, 1703
Text: Latin
Sizes: 400 x 550 mm, Scale 1:10,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 nn.115, 114, 177
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 27v-28r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera: in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... /Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 148, 272, 273, 556, 710

95
Name: Europam sive Celticam veterem
Author: Mercator, Gerhard, Ortelius, Abraham, engraver Hamers Evert Symons z.
Date editions: 1638, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1657
Text: Latin
Sizes: 355 x 475 mm, Scale 120 German miles = 59 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 30-31
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata / Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 3, 7, 130, 281, 553

96
Name: Moscoviae pars australis
Author: Massa Issac
Date editions: 1638, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1650, 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 383 x 506 mm, Scale 40 German miles = 80 mm.
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 164-165
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata / Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 3, 7, 12, 16, 133, 565, 664

97
Name: Taurica chersonesus nostra aetate Przecopsca et Gazara dicitur
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1638, Amsterdam: Hondius Henricus, Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 400 x 314 mm, Scale 30 German miles = 60 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 168-169
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata / Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 3, 7, 134, 517
168
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

98
Name: Danubius uvius Europae maximus, a fontibus ad Ostia, cum omnibus uminib[us], ab
utroque latere, in illum uentibus
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1638, Amsterdam: Hondius Henricus, Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions: 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 960 mm, Scale 20 German miles = 71 mm.
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 219.c.5 pp. 374-375
Description: From: Atlas novus, sive descriptio geographica totius orbis terrarum, tabulis aeneis
luculentissimis & accuratissimis exornata / Gerhard Mercator, Jodocus Hondius. -
Amstelodami [Amsterdam] : Apud Henricum Hondium et Joannem Janssonium, 1638
Sources: 135

99
Name: Nova Europae Descriptio. Auctore I. Hondio
Author: Hondius, Jodocus
Date editions: 1638, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 410 x 555 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2005, 346
Description: From: Gerhard Mercator Atlas Minor. Amsterdam, Jan Jansson, 1638
Sources: 260, 722
100 The image is absent
Name: Chart
Author: Oliva, Placido Caloiro et
Date editions: 1639, Messina
Known editions:
Text: Spanish
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Bologna, Biblioteca Comunale dellArchiginnasio, Sala XVI degli Incunabuli
Description:
Sources: 16, 44, 460, 478
101
Name: Map Mediterranean and Black sea
Author: Cavallini, Giovanni Battista
Date editions: 1639
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 920 x 468 mm
Site: Italy, Genova, Societa Ligure di Storia Patria
Description:
Sources: 659
102 The image is absent
Name: Map of Mediterranean sea, the Marble and Black seas and their coasts
Author: Burston, John
Date editions: 1640, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 2 sheets
Site: England, London, the British library, Add 19916
Description:
Sources: 195
103
Name: Persia sive Sophorum Regnum
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1640, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1647, 1650, 1660
Text: Latin
Sizes: 488 373 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 289
Description: From: Nieuwen Atlas ofte Weerelts-Beschryvinghe/Inhoudende Nederlandt. Jansson, Joan,
Amsterdam 1642
Sources: 62, 183, 297, 325, 364, 425, 455, 458, 530, 574
169
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104
Name: Tabula Nova Geographica Natoli et Asi Minoris...
Author: Visscher, Nicolas
Date editions: 1640, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1660, 1690
Text: Latin
Sizes: 440 x 545 mm
Site: England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 221
Description:
Sources: 67, 225, 423, 445, 722

105
Name: Tabula Russiae
Author: Merian, Matthaus
Date editions: 1640, Frankfurt
Known editions: 1633, 1644
Text: Latin
Sizes: 343 x 272 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 101, 2002, lot 352
Ukraine, Lviv, Library of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Description: The map is based on a map by Hessel, Gerrits and Issac Weights (look 1614)
Sources: 3, 7, 12, 19, 538, 563

106
Name: Turcicum Imperium
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1641, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 415 x 525 mm
Site: England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 197
Description:
Sources: 423
107
Name: Persia Sive Sophorum Regnum
Author: Merian, Matthaus
Date editions: 1642, Frankfurt on Main
Known editions: 1646, 1695
Text: Latin
Sizes: 270 x 350 (on sheet 310 380) mm
Site: England, Sevenoaks, Garwood & Voigt. Fine & Rare Books Maps & Prints, catalog 2005,
336
Description: From: Theatrum Europaeum,
Sources: 353, 483, 635, 643

108
Name: Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani geographica descriptio
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1642, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 340 x 480 mm, Scale 1:5,670,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.118
Description:
Sources: 710
109
Name: Patriarchatus Constantinopolitani
Author: Tavernier Melchior
Date editions: 1642, Paris: Tavernier Melchior
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 490 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.127
Description:
Sources: 710, 711
170
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

110
Name: Natolie, ou, Asie mineur
Author: Boisseau Jean
Date editions: 1643, Paris: Boisseau Jean
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 120 x 180 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.13
Description: From: Trsor des cartes gographiques. A Paris : chez Jean Boisseau, 1643
Sources: 168, 232, 710, 736

111
Name: Estats du Czar ou Grand DVC de la Rvssie Blanche ou Moscovie
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1644, Paris
Known editions: 1658
Text: French
Sizes: 405 x 470 mm, Engraving on copper
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 2.c.49, tav. 9
Description:
Sources: 122, 420, 524, 626, 639

112
Name: Tractus Borysthenis Vulgo Dnieper
Author: Blaeu, family
Date editions: 1644, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1635, 1662
Text: Latin
Sizes: 326 x 752 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 107, lot 402
Description: From: Blaeu, William & Joan. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, sive Atlas Novus in quo Tabul et
Descriptiones Omnium Regionum, Edit a Guiljel: et Ioanne Blaeu. Amsterdam,
J. G. Blaeu, 1645.
Sources: 559, 723, 724, 725

113
Name: Tabula Geographica, In Qua Omnes Regiones, Urbes, Oppida, et Loca Describuntur, quorum
mentio sit in Actis et Epistolis Apostolorum, et Apaocalypsi; de integro multis in locis
emendata, ac regionum lumitibus destincta
Author: Plancius, Petrus, Cloppenburgh, Jansz, Everhard
Date editions: 1645, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1650
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 491 x 290 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 98, 2002, lot 344
Description: The map is framed with 15 view from a life of apostles. From the Dutch edition of the bible.
A nal map from a standard set 5 map which are usually being Dutch bibles Plancius 1600-
1650
Sources: 57, 445, 533, 631, 668

114
Name: Tractvs Boristhenis
Author: Blaeu Joan and Makowski Tomasz
Date editions: 1648, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1662, 1665
Text: Latin
Sizes: 3 maps, 533 381 mm each
Site: Poland, Rapperswil, Polish Museum Rapperswil
Italy, Genova, Biblioteca Universitaria di Genova (1662)
Austria, Wien, Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Kar:389-038-F.K. (1665)
Description: These maps have appeared in Atlas Major Blaeu Joan 1662
Sources: 73, 421, 486, 531, 724, 725

171
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115
Name: Delineatio Generalis Camporum Desertorum volgo Ukraina cum Adjacentibus Provinciis
Author: Beauplan, Guillaume le Vasseur de, engraver Hondius Willem
Date editions: 1648, Gdansk (Dancing): Hondius Willem
Known editions:
Text: Latin, French
Sizes: 430 x 550 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress G7100 1648 .B4 Vault
Description: From: Description dUkranie, qui sont plusieurs provinces du Royaume de Pologne.
Contenues depuis les conns de la Moscovie, insques aux limites de la Transilvanie.
Ensemble leurs moeurs, facons de viures, et de faire la Guerre. Par le Sieur de Beauplan. A
Rouen, Chez Jacques Cailloue, 1660
Sources: 19, 189, 442, 641

116
Name: Portolan of Mediterranean sea
Author: Olive Francesco
Date editions: 1650, Marseilles
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: England, Edinburgh University Library, GB 0237 Dc.1.40
Description:
Sources: 33, 428, 754

117
Name: Europam, sive Celticam Veterem
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1650, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1670
Text: Latin
Sizes: 470 x 353 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 101, 2002, lot 277
Description: From: Accuratissima Orbis Antiqui Delineatio. Amsterdam. 1652 (The atlas of the Ancient
World). The atlas was published in 1653, 1654, 1660. It was republished in 1677, 1684, 1700
(English), republished Waesbergen, Johann Janssonius van and its successors in 1740, 1741
(French): 1741 (in English), republished Hondt, Pieter de.
Sources: 280, 540, 553, 650, 723

118
Name: Descriptio peregrinationis d. Pauli apostoli: exibens loca fere omnia tam in Novo Testamento
quam in Actis Apostolorum memorata
Author: Jansonnius Joannes, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1650, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1652
Text: Latin
Sizes: 365 x 510 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2005, 805
Description:
Sources: 230, 331, 594, 644, 658, 723

119
Name: Pontus Euxinus
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1650, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 475 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 136
Description:
Sources: 459

172
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120
Name: Turcicum Imperium. Turckische Reych
Author: Merian, Matthaus
Date editions: 1650, Frankfurt
Known editions: 1695
Text: Latin, Turkish
Sizes: 275 x 360 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2003, 218
Description:
Sources: 258, 277, 459, 636, 638

121
Name: Nova Persi, Armeni, Natoli et Arabi
Author: Danckert Cornelius
Date editions: 1650, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 470 x 555 mm
Site: England, Oxfordshire, Wallingford, Tooley Adams & Co
Description:
Sources: 684, 755

122
Name: Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Mariette Pierre
Date editions: 1650, Paris: author and Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1658, 1669
Text: French
Sizes: 390 x 553 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 104
Description: From: Atlas Les Cartes Generales de toutes les parties du Monde. Paris: Pierre Marriette.
1658
Sources: 316, 332, 444, 495, 736, 751

123
Name: Europa Vetus
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1650, Paris
Known editions: 1666, 1668, 1696
Text: Latin
Sizes: 560 x 400 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 2
England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS3759
Description: From: Pierre Mariette, Cartes Generales de toutes les parties du Monde, Paris, 1654
Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima : quae eas
tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum potissimum... /
Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 64, 142, 399, 469, 575

124
Name: Asia Vetvs
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1650, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1666
Text: Latin
Sizes: 400 x 570 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 631
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 436
Description:
Sources: 58, 64, 238, 292, 570, 592, 674

173
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

125
Name: Dioecesis Asiana Pontica Thracica
Author: Tavernier Melchior
Date editions: 1650, France
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 320 x 430 mm, scale 1:6,170,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.128
Description:
Sources: 217, 234, 710
126
Name: Imperium Romanum. Auth. Phil. Briet e Societ Iesu.
Author: Briet, Philippe
Date editions: 1650, Paris
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 513 x 381 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 430
Description:
Sources: 391, 571
127
Name: Natolia, quae olim Asia minor
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1651, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 140 x 180 mm, scale 1:794,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.58
Description: From: Atlas minor, das ist, Eine kurtze jedoch grundliche Beschreibung der gantzen Weldt.
Amstelodami: ex ofcina Ioannis Ianssonii, 1651
Sources: 710, 722

128
Name: Tabula Russiae ex Mandato Foedor Borissowits delineata
Author: Visscher, Claes Jansz
Date editions: 1651, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 430 x 540 mm
Site: USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University, Library, collection Valerian Lada-Mocarski
England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2004, 496
Description: From the French edition of the Atlas, Blaeu, 1651
Sources: 279, 438
129
Name: Asia Minor
Author: La Rue, Philippe de
Date editions: 1652, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 520 mm, scale 1:3,470,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.25
Description:
Sources: 429, 485, 611, 710, 736
130
Name: Asia Antiqua
Author: Blankaart, Nicolaas, Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1652, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 465 x 553 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 103
Description:
Sources: 444, 629, 722, 751, 762
174
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

131
Name: Tabula itineris decies mille Graecorum sub Cyro contra fratrem suum Artaxerxem Regem
Persarum / eorumque reditus sub Xenophonte ; secundum ipsum Xenophontis commentaria
per P. du Val ...
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1652, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions: 1662, 1680
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 400 x 480 mm, Scale 1:4,444,800
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.30
Description: From: Accuratissima orbis antiqui delineatio ... Amstelodami : Apud Ioannem Ianssonium,
1652
Sources: 485, 618, 649, 722
132
Name: Thraciae veteris typvs ex conatibus geographicus Abrah. Ortelij.
Author: Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1652, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Greek
Sizes: 340 x 470 mm, scale 1:1:406,580
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.73
Description: From: Accuratissima orbis antiqui delineato ... Amstelodami : Apud Ioannem Ianssonium,
1652
Sources: 710, 722

133
Name: Anatolie
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1652, Paris: author
Known editions: 1683
Text: French
Sizes: 180 x 230 mm, scale 1:660,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.119, 120
Description: From: LAsie en plusieurs cartes nouvelles et exactes. A Paris : chez lauteur, 1652 (It was
republished in LAsie en plusieurs cartes nouvelles et exactes. [Amsterdam: A. de Winter,
1683]. The Dutch copy of the French edition, all maps were reengraved Winter, Anthonie
de)
Sources: 710, 736

134
Name: Tvrquie en Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1652, Amsterdam: Winter, Anthonie de
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 180 x 240 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.121
Description: From: LAsie en plusieurs cartes nouvelles et exactes. Amsterdam : A. de Winter, 1683
Sources: 710, 736

135
Name: Tvrquie en Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1652, Paris: author
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 180 x 240 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.122
Description: From: LAsie en plusieurs cartes nouvelles et exactes. A Paris: chez lauteur, 1652
Sources: 623, 665, 710, 736
175
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

136
Name: Tabula itineris decies mille Graecorum sub Cyro contra fratrem suum Artaxerxem Regem Persarum
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1653, Amsterdam: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1680 Paris
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 390 x 470 mm, Scale 1:4,830,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.31
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 434
USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 2005, 8087
Description: From: Accuratissima orbis antiqui delineatio ... Amstelodami : Apud Ioannem Ianssonium,
1653
Sources: 485, 545, 618, 710, 722
137
Name: Aeneae Troiani Navigatio Ad Virgilij sex priories Aeneidos, Studio et opera Wenceslai Hol-
lari Bohemi
Author: Hollar, Wenceslaus
Date editions: 1653, London: Ogilby John
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 370 x 455 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 461
Description: From: The Works of Publius Virgilius Maro, translated, adornd with sculpture...by John
Ogilby. London, printed by Thomas Warren..., 1654
Sources: 459, 762
138
Name: Map of the Mediterranean
Author: Cavallini, Giovanni Battista
Date editions: 1654, Livorno
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Parma, Biblioteca Biblioteca PaLatina, n. 1619
Description: From: Atlas, 1654
Sources: 16, 44, 335
139
Name: Map of Colchis
Author: Lamberti, Arcangelo
Date editions: Not later 1654
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: Book format
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota, Call Number 1654Lam
Description: Published in authors books Description Colchis. Napoli, 1654 Lamberti (Arch.), Relatione
della Colchida, poggi della Mengrelia nella quale si trate dellorigine, costumi e cosi naturali
di quei paesi. Napoli, 1654
Sources: 14, 54, 307, 642, 728
140
Name: Map of Colchis - Todays Mingrelia
Author: Castelli Christophoro
Date editions: 1654
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes:
Site: unknown
Description: From: . , II ., 1986
Sources: 20, 52
141
Name: Estats de lEmpire des Turqs en Europe, et Pays Circomvoisins
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1655, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 400 515 mm
Site: USA, Massachusetts, Boston, Haley & Steele, catalog 34500
Description:
Sources: 300, 374
176
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

142
Name: Nova Europae Descriptio
Author: Visscher, Nicolas
Date editions: 1658, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 435 x 545 mm
Site: France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2004, 10
Description:
Sources: 31, 371, 417, 451, 751, 757
143
Name: Asiae Nova Delineatio
Author: Visscher, Nicolas
Date editions: 1658, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1675, 1677. 1682, 1690, 1700
Text: Latin
Sizes: 442 x 550 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
Digitalisierungs Zentrum (GDZ)
Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2264
Description:
Sources: 79, 83, 216, 245, 294, 332, 333, 451, 515, 645, 688, 751
144
Name: Les estats de lempire des Turqs en Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1658, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1660, 1684
Text: French
Sizes: 380 x 500 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.113
Description: From: Cartes generales de toutes les parties du monde ... / par le Sieur Sanson dAbbeville.
A Paris : chez lauteur ... et chez Pierre Mariette ..., 1658
Sources: 232, 252, 342, 625, 710, 736
145
Name: LEurope
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1658, Paris
Known editions: 1690
Text: French
Sizes: 395 553 mm
Site: France, Paris, Archives diplomatiques, Ref. 2003-6
Description: From: Atlas Les Cartes Generales de toutes les parties du Monde. Paris: Pierre Marriette.
1658
Sources: 362, 414, 446, 469, 690
146
Name: Natolia, quae olim Asia minor
Author: Cluver, Philip, engraver Bertius Petrus
Date editions: 1659, Amsterdam: Elzevirus Isaacus
Known editions: 1672
Text: Latin
Sizes: 120 x 130 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.21
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introdvctionis in vniversam geographiam. Amstelodami : ex ofcina
Elzeviviriana, 1659
Sources: 166, 184, 604, 710, 762
147
Name: Nova totius Graeciae, Italiae, Natoliae, Hungariae nec non Danubii uminis
Author: Sandrart, Jacob von
Date editions: 1660, Nuremberg: Sandrart, Jacob von
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 400 x 510 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.104
Description:
Sources: 217, 710
177
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

148
Name: Argonautica
Author: Jansonnius Joannes, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1660, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 380 x 505 mm
Site: England, London, Lee Jackson Antique Maps & Engravings, Catalog 2002, 429
Description: From: Jansson/Hornius Atlas of the Ancient World
Sources: 423
149
Name: Natolia quae olim Asia Minor
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1660, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 470 mm, Scale 1:3,470,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.57
Description:
Sources: 684, 710, 762
150
Name: Nova Persiae, Armeniae, Natoliae et Arabiae
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1660, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1662, 1670, 1680, 1688, 1703
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 472 x 552 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.26 (1662 )
France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 125
Description:
Sources: 235, 269, 357, 445, 453, 470, 585, 619, 710, 722, 755
151
Name: Accuratissima totius Asiae tabula in omnes partes divisa / de novo correcta, ac in lucem edita
per Fredericum de Wit
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1660, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1670, 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 500 x 580 mm
Site: China, University Library, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Special
collections G7400 1670 .W57
Description:
Sources: 23, 83, 175, 180, 457, 530, 581, 633, 751, 755
152
Name: Nova Europae Descriptio
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1660, Amsterdam: Witt Frederick de
Known editions: 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 445 x 557 mm
Site: Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2003, Stock No.:11169
Description:
Sources: 313, 630
153
Name: Summa Europae antiquae descriptio
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1660, Braunschweig: Bunonis Conradi
Known editions: 1672
Text: Latin
Sizes: 200 x 250 mm, Scale 600 Miles = 40 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 61.d.104 fra pp. 90-91
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1998, lot 219
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam:
Multis locis emendata... illustrata... aucta studio et opera Johannis Bunonis / Philip Cluver;
- Brunsvigae: impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis, 1672
Sources: 106, 348, 508, 527
178
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

154
Name: Sarmatia et Scythia Rusia et Tartaria Europae
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1660, Braunschweig: Bunonis Conradi
Known editions: 1672, 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 246 234 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 61.d.104, fra pp. 476-477
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 202
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam:
Multis locis emendata... illustrata... aucta studio et opera Johannis Bunonis/Philip Cluver;
a cura di: Johann Buno. - Editio tertia prioribus locupletior & correctior. - Brunsvigae
[Braunschweig] : impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis , 1672
Sources: 72, 529, 603, 651, 652

155
Name: Asia Antiqua et Nova
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1660, Braunschweig: Bunonis Conradi
Known editions: 1672, 1711
Text: Latin
Sizes: 211 x 263 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 61.d.104
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam:
Multis locis emendata... illustrata... aucta studio et opera Johannis Bunonis / Philip Cluver;
a cura di: Johann Buno. - Editio tertia prioribus locupletior & correctior. - Brunsvigae
[Braunschweig]: impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis, 1672
Sources: 107, 270, 528

156
Name: Persia Sive Sophorum Regnum cum Armenia, Assyria Mesopotamia et Babylonia
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1660, Braunschweig: Bunonis Conradi
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 259 203 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 300
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam:
Multis locis emendata... illustrata... aucta studio et opera Johannis Bunonis / Philip Cluver;
a cura di: Johann Buno. - Editio tertia prioribus locupletior & correctior. - Brunsvigae
[Braunschweig] : impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis , 1672
Sources: 487, 528

157
Name: Europa
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1661, Amsterdam: Elzevirus Isaacus
Known editions: 1683
Text: Latin
Sizes: 140 140 (127 127) mm
Site: USA, NH, Portsmouth, Brian DiMambro Rare Books & International Book Sales, Inc.
catalog 2003, 53836
England, London, Map Mogul Ltd, catalog 2005
Description: From: Cluver Philipp. Philippi Cluverius Introductionis in Universam Geographiam tam
Veterem quam Novam Libri VI. Tabulis aeneis illustrati. Accessit P. Bertii Breviarium Orbis
Terrarum. Amstelodami, ex Ofcina Elzeviriana, A. 1661
Introductionis in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam libri VI. Accessit
P. Bertii (Bertius, Petrus) Breviarium Orbis Terrarum. 6 Bucher in 1 Band. Amsterdam,
Elzevir, 1659
Sources: 186, 288, 602, 609

179
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158
Name: Lempire des Tvrcs
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1661, Paris : Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 90 x 110 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.32
Description: From: Le monde, ou, La gographie universelle. A Paris : chez lauteur, 1672
Sources: 459, 710, 736
159
Name: Tvrqvie en Asie
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1661, Paris: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Known editions: 1682
Text: French
Sizes: 90 x 120 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.34
Description: From: La geographie universelle en plusieurs cartes. A Paris : chez lauteur, 1661
Sources: 165, 429, 710, 736
160
Name: Asiae Nova Descriptio
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1661, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 552 x 437 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 99, 2002, lot 416
Description:
Sources: 22, 535, 598, 661, 722
161
Name: Map of Mediterranean sea
Author: Roussin Jean Francois
Date editions: 1661, Venezia, Italy
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 461 650 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 37
Description: The atlas of the Mediterranean of 3 maps
Sources: 297, 748
162
Name: Geographiae Sacrae ex Veteri et Novo Testamento desumptae Tabula Prima, qua Totius Orbis
Partes continet.
Author: Sanson Nicolas dAbbeville
Date editions: 1662, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 360 x 520 mm, Scale 1:13,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.116
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 2v-3r
Description: From: Cartes generales de toutes les parties du monde. A Paris : chez Pierre Mariette ...,1665.
From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera : in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 145, 251, 564, 710, 737
163
Name: Map of Mediterranean sea
Author: Olive Francesco
Date editions: 1662, Marseilles
Known editions:
Text: Italian, French
Sizes: 680 975 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, S.H. Arhives n 43
Description:
Sources: 471, 760
180
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

164
Name: Geographifche Beschryvinghe van de Wandeling der Apostelen ende De Reysen Pauli
Author: Visscher, Nicolas
Date editions: 1663, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 483 323 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 262
Description: From: The Dutch bible Helmich van Cappel te Gorinchem, 1662
Sources: 531, 596
165
Name: Asiae Descriptio Nova Impensis
Author: Seile Anne, engraver Goddard John
Date editions: 1663, London
Known editions: 1677
Text: Latin
Sizes: 424 335 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 266
Description: The map has appeared in Cosmographie Hejlina Peter 1663, with later editions of the
maps corrected with name Chetwind Philippi. Heylyn, Peter. Cosmographie. London: For
Anne Seile, and are to be sold by George Sawbridge, Thomas Williams, Henry Brome,
Thomas Basset, and Richard Chiswell, 1669
Sources: 182, 437, 530

166
Name: Pas kaert van t oostelycke deel der Middelandsche Zee
Author: Doncker, Hendrick
Date editions: 1664, Amsterdam: Doncker, Hendrick
Known editions: 1670
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 410 x 510 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.27
Description:
Sources: 617, 710, 722

167
Name: Cimmeria quae postea Scythia europaea seu parva Scythia...
Author: Sanson Guillaume; engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1664
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 390x 490 mm, scale 120 miles = 74 mm. [Scale about 1: 2.609.747]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 24
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:
quae eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum
potissimum... / Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii ,
1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] :
Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 161, 295, 323, 576

168
Name: Tartarie Europeenne ou Petite Tartarie ou sont Les Tartares du Crim, ou de Perecop; de
Nogais, DOczacow
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1665, Paris
Known editions: 1654
Text: French
Sizes: 510 x 408 (570 460) mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2005, 4388
Description: From: Sanson DAbbeville, Nicolas. LAsie en Plusieurs Cartes & En Divers Traitez De
Geographie, Et DHistoire... Paris: Chez lauteur. 1665.
Sources: 71, 254, 274, 623, 734, 737, 757
181
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169
Name: Turcicum Imperium
Author: Witt Frederick de, engraver Lhulier Joannes
Date editions: 1665, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1680, 1688
Text: Latin
Sizes: 455 x 555 mm
Site: Canada, Ontario, Hamilton, McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession
# 7928
England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2002, 223
Description:
Sources: 74, 75, 178, 258, 459, 499, 599, 646, 755
170
Name: Typus communicationis Maris Caspy, cum Persico et Euxino
Author: Kircher, Athanasius
Date editions: 1665, Amsterdam: Jansonnius Joannes and Weyerstraten Elizeum
Known editions: 1678, 1682
Text: Latin
Sizes: 170 x 160 mm on sheet 400 x 240 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.49.
Description: From: Athanasii Kircheri Mundus subterraneus ... Amstelodami : Apud Joannem Janssonium
& Elizeum Weyerstraten, 1665. Liber secundus technicus, p. 86.
Sources: 90, 173, 390, 422, 479, 597, 656, 710
171
Name: Bosphorus Cimmerius et Regnum Bosphoranum
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1665, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 408 x 505 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.3 Tav. 24
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 27
England, Oxfordshire, Wallingford, Tooley Adams & Co
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima: quae
eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum potissimum...
Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 150, 156, 684
172
Name: Nova et exacta Asiae geographica descriptio
Author: Allard Hugo, engraver Velde Jan van den
Date editions: 1665, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 404 x 538 mm
Site: Australia, Canberra, National library of Australia
USA, NY, Katonah, WorldView Antique Maps catalog 2003
Description:
Sources: 198, 214, 701, 713, 757

173
Name: Anaplus Bosphori Thracii
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1666, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1696
Text: Latin
Sizes: 390 x 520 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.109
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.3 Tav. 23
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 28
Description: From: Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667. Cartes gnrales de toutes les parties du monde. A Paris:
chez Pierre Mariette ..., 1666.
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova]:
Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 111, 155, 684, 710, 762
182
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

174
Name: Typus Generalis Ukrainae sive PaLatinatuum Podoliae, Kioviensis et Braczlaviensis terras
nova delineatione exhibens
Author: Jansonnius Joannes
Date editions: 1666, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1680
Text: Latin
Sizes: 425 540 mm
Site: Poland, Rapperswil, Polish Museum Rapperswil
Description: From: Atlas. Jansonn J., Amsterdam, 1666
Joannis Janssonii Atlas Contractus, Sive Atlantis Majoris Compendium:... Amstelodami,
Apud Joannis Janssonii p. m. Haeredes. Anno M.DC.LXVI. Copy from the General map of
Ukraine Beauplan-Hondius 1648
Sources: 19, 486, 722, 725

175
Name: Asie
Author: Jollain, Claude
Date editions: 1667, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 138 x 196 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2002
Description: From: Tresor des cartes geographiques des principaux estats de lunivers. Claude Jollain.
Paris. 1667. This small oblong atlas with 38 maps all over again has been published
Boisseau Jean in 1643, the maps, being good copies of engravings of maps Kaerius, Peters
for Atlas Minor Mercator-Hondius 1628. In 1667, the atlas were republished Jollain, Claude
which has changed copper plates and added the name and date 1667 to the majority of maps.
Sources: 25, 380, 459, 708, 735, 736, 757

176
Name: lEmpire des Turcs
Author: Jollain, Claude
Date editions: 1667, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 133 x 172 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog 2002
Description: From: Tresor des cartes geographiques des principaux estats de lunivers. Claude Jollain.
Paris. 1667
Sources: 25, 381, 704, 735, 736

177
Name: Tartarie
Author: Jollain, Claude
Date editions: 1667, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 130 x 186 mm
Site: Belgium, Gent, Antique Maps & Prints Fine & Rare Books, catalog2002
Description: From: Tresor des cartes geographiques des principaux estats de lunivers. Claude Jollain.
Paris. 1667.
Sources: 25, 709, 735, 736

178
Name: Colchis, Iberia, Albania Quaeg; Caucasiae Gentes, Isthmum quod Pontium Euxiinum
Caspiumq; mare Interjacet Incolunt.
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1667, Paris
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 387 x 503 mm, scale 100 mila passi = 64 mm. [Scale about 1: 234.375]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.3 Tav. 25
USA, ME, Harpswell, Grace Galleries, Inc., catalog 2004, EMA109
Description: From: Jean LeClerc. Atlas Antiqus Sacer. Chez Petre Mariette. Paris. 1667
Sources: 157, 336, 369
183
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179
Name: Asia vetus.
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Sanson Guillaume; engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1667, Paris
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 410 x 558 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 29
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:
quae eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum
potissimum.../Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 0101 1699: Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] :
Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 58, 112, 495

180
Name: Europa
Author: Speed John
Date editions: 1668, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1646
Text: English
Sizes: 120 x 80 mm
Site: USA, NY, Katonah, WorldView Antique Maps
Description: From edition Rea, Roger pocket edition John Speed The Prospect of the World . Nearby
1660 Rea, Roger has got copper printed plates of maps at Speed. Last edition of the atlas was
in 1676 Editions under edition Rea, Roger 1662, 1665, 1668
Sources: 676, 702

181
Name: Nova Et Acurata Totius Europ Tabula
Author: Blaeu Joan
Date editions: 1669, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 1700 x 1200 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Istituto Geograco Militare
Description:
Sources: 172, 310, 401

182
Name: Nova Et Exacta Asi Geographica Descriptio
Author: Blaeu Joan
Date editions: 1669, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 1700 x 1200 mm
Site: Italy, Florence, Istituto Geograco Militare
Description:
Sources: 311, 351, 401

183
Name: Romani Imperii qua Occidens est Descriptio...; Romani Imperrii qua Oriens est Description
Geographica
Author: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de, Baudrand, Michel Antonio, engraver Widman Georgio
Date editions: 1669, Rome
Known editions: 1696
Text: Latin
Sizes: 396 x 515 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.15 Tav. 4
England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 461
Description: From: Mercurio geograco overo guida geograca in tutte le parti del mondo conforme le
tavole geograche del Sansone Baudrand e Cantelli... / Michael Antoine Baudrand,
Guillaume Sanson. - Roma : Data in luce con direttione e cura di Gio. Giacomo de Rossi,
1684
Sources: 138, 358, 459
184
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

184
Name: A mapp of the estates of the Turkish empire in Asia, and Europe
Author: Blome, Richard
Date editions: 1669, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 250 x 400 mm, Scale 1:4,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.12
Description: From: A geographical description of the four parts of the world ... / by Richard Blome.
London: Printed by T.N. for R. Blome ..., 1670. Copy of map of Sanson 1650
Sources: 196, 217, 232, 257, 710
185
Name: A new map of Muscovy by A. Oliarius
Author: Olearius Adam
Date editions: 1669, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: Book format
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota
Description: From: book The voyages and travels of the ambassadors sent by Frederic Duke of Holstein,
to the Great Duke of Muscovy and the King of Persia. London, For John Starkey and
Thomas Basset, 1669. P. 44
Sources: 18, 221, 309
186
Name: Copy of a map of Godunov Peter Ivanovicha
Author: Prytz, Claes Johansson
Date editions: 1669
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes:
Site: Sweden, Stockholm, The Royal Library, National Library of Sweden Kungl, Ms M.259.
Description:
Sources: 419

187 The image is absent


Name: Chart
Author: Fassoi Marco
Date editions: 1669
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Museo Correr, Port. 14
Description: Mediterranean sea, east part of Black sea is shown
Sources: 16, 739
188
Name: Nova et accurata totius Europae
Author: Witt Frederick de, engraver Deur, Abraham Jansz
Date editions: 1670, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1680, 1690
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 585 x 495 mm
Site: England, London, Imago Mundi Antique Maps Ltd, catalog MS2875
Description:
Sources: 174, 329, 399, 582, 654, 732
189
Name: Tabula Russia Vulgo Moscovia
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1670
Known editions: 1680, 1682, 1700
Text: Latin
Sizes: 450 560 mm, Water color, Engraving on copper,
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2005, lot 505
Description: From Atlas Frederick de Witt, issued in Amsterdam in 1670-1710
Sources: 63, 291, 413, 523, 567, 662

185
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

190
Name: Turquie en Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1670, Paris: Winter, Anthonie de
Known editions: 1683
Text: French
Sizes: 170 x 200 mm
Site: England, London, Map Mogul Ltd
Description:
Sources: 188, 394
191
Name: Nouvelle Carte Marine de tous les Ports de lEurope sur lOcean et sur la Mediterranee
Author: Berey Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1670, Paris
Known editions: 1720, 1750
Text: French
Sizes: 525 770 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam, ASHER Rare Books, catalog 2004
Description:
Sources: 203, 290, 624, 735, 736, 737
192
Name: A New Plaine and most Exact map of Asia described by NI Vischer and rendered into
English with the habits of the countries and manner of the cheife citties
Author: Overton, John
Date editions: 1671, London
Known editions: 1675
Text: English
Sizes: 425 x 540 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog spring 2003, 159
Description: Overton often included this map in custom-made atlases. They were advertised as the
World in four parts...
Sources: 375, 459, 734, 756
193
Name: A New and most exact Map of Europe
Author: Overton, John
Date editions: 1671, London: Overton, John
Known editions: 1668
Text: English
Sizes: 425 x 540 mm
Site: USA, NY, Katonah, WorldView Antique Maps, catalog 2003, SE1EU/JO
Description: Overton often included this map in custom-made atlases. They were advertised as the
World in four parts...
Sources: 375, 702, 734, 756
194
Name: LEurope corrigee, et augmentee dessus toutes les aultres cy devant faictes
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1671, Paris: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 405 x 520 mm
Site: France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans: Ge DD 2987 (152)
Richelieu Cartes et Plans Reprod. Sc 85/146
Description:
Sources: 92
195
Name: Ponti Euxini cum regionibus versus septentrionem et orientem adjacentibus nova tabula
Author: Chardin, Jean, engraver Winter, Anthonie de
Date editions: 1672, Amsterdam: Lorme, Jean Louis de
Known editions: 1686, 1711, 1811
Text: French
Sizes: 225 x 365 mm, scale 100 miles = 47 mm. [Scale about 1: 3.940.851]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 166.d.178 N. I
France, Paris, Bibliotheque de lInstitut de France, Institut,[S in-Fol. 146 a
Description: From: Voyages de Mr. le Chevalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres lieux de lOrient. Tome
premiere. Contenant le voyage de Paris a Ispahan, Capitale de lEmpire de Perse, Premiere
partie... / Jean Chardin. - A Amsterdam : Chez Jean Louis de Lorme , 1711.
Sources: 17, 35,716 53, 141, 226
186
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

196
Name: Chersonesi quae hodie Natolia descriptio
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1672, Braunschweig: Bunonis Conradi
Known editions: 1629
Text: Latin
Sizes: 204 x 255 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 61.d.104 fra pp. 566-567
Description: From: Philippi Cluverii Introductio in universam geographiam tam veterem quam novam:
Multis locis emendata... illustrata... aucta studio et opera Johannis Bunonis / Philip Cluver;
a cura di: Johann Buno. - Editio tertia prioribus locupletior & correctior. - Brunsvigae
[Braunschweig] : impensis heredum Conradi Bunonis, 1672
Sources: 137

197
Name: Pas-caarte van de Middelandsche Zee
Author: Goos Pieter
Date editions: 1673, Amsterdam: Goos Pieter
Known editions:
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 440 x 540 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.37
Description:
Sources: 431, 710

198
Name: Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor
Author: Ogilby John
Date editions: 1673, London
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 290 x 360 mm, Scale 1:4,630,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.72
USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota, 1673 fOg
Description: From: Asia. The rst part : being an accurate description of Persia, and the several provinces
thereof ... London : Printed by the author at his house ..., 1673
Sources: 308, 324, 587, 710
199
Name: Nova tabula Imperii Russici ex omnium accuratissimis quae hactenus extiterunt....
Nic. Witzen delineationibus conata... emendavit Everardus Ysbrants Ides...
Author: Drogenham, Gerrit, Witsen Nicolaas, Ides, Evert Isbrand
Date editions: 1673, Amsterdam: Covens, Johannes Cornelius Mortier
Known editions: 1721
Text: Latin
Sizes: 488 x 666 mm, Scale 1:13.000.000
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 138.c.181
Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum (GDZ)
Description:
Sources: 87, 95, 97
200
Name: Russie Blanche ou Moscovie
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Peyrounin, Abraham
Date editions: 1674, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions: 1715
Text: French
Sizes: 190 x 235 mm
Site: England, Sevenoaks, Garwood & Voigt. Fine & Rare Books Maps & Prints, catalog 2004,
773
Description: From: Description de tout lunivers, en plusieurs cartes, & en divers traitez de geographie et
dhistoire [...] Lon a ajoute a cette nouvelle edition plusieurs cartes [...] comme aussi des
tables geographiques [...] & un traite des globes celestes & terrestres [...]. Amsterdam,
Francois Halma, 1700
Sources: 206, 365, 552, 569, 681, 736
187
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201
Name: Ponti Pars ad halym Iridem Thermodontemq Fluuios Sita quam Heroicis Temporibus
Amazones; romanorum Aetate Mithridatis Regnum Nobilitarunt: quae tandem Provenciae
Romanorum Facta Pontus Galaticus mox Hellenopontus dicta et in Minores Regiones
distincta et in ea Roman itineraria ex Tabula Peutingeriana et ex Antonino descripta
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1676, Paris: Sanson Guillaume
Known editions: 1694
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 495 mm, Scale 1:870,000, Scale 25 Geometrical miles = 53 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.112
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.3 Tav. 28
Description: From: Tabulae Geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, emultis
authoribus collectae........, Patavii (Padua - Padova), Typographia Seminarii (Stamperia del
Seminario Vescovile), 1699
Sources: 69, 158, 444, 512, 710, 722
202
Name: Europam sive Celticam Veterem
Author: Bertius Petrus, Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1676, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 280 185 (197 152) mm
Site: USA, NH, Portsmouth, Brian DiMambro Rare Books & International Book Sales, Inc.,
catalog 2003, 52766
Description:
Sources: 601
203
Name: A map of Russia
Author: Speed John, engraver Lamb Francis
Date editions: 1676, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 520 x 410 mm
Site: England, London, The Map House of London
Description: From: Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. London. 1676 (published in 1627-
1676)
Sources: 167, 181, 408, 465, 675

204
Name: Lempire des Turcs en Europe, en Asie et en Afrique
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1677, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 370 x 530 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.33.
Description:
Sources: 213, 217, 447, 452, 710, 736, 755

205
Name: Paphlagonia Heroicis Temporibus Henetorum Populorum Sede Clara; cujus Paphlagonia
Maritima suit Romanorum Aetate Ponti Regni Pars Occidentalior, In qua Sinope totius
Mithridatis Regni caput. Paphlagonia vero Mediterranea Pylaemenis Regnum constituit.
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1678, Paris: Mariette, Pierre
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 393 x 517 mm, scale 25 miles Geometrical = 52 mm. (Scale 1:870,000)
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.107
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.3 Tav. 29
Description:
Sources: 159, 255, 710, 722
188
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

206
Name: Russia Bianca o Moscovia
Author: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de; Sanson Guillaume, engraver Widman Georgio
Date editions: 1678, Rome
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 420 x 542 mm, Scale 240 Italian miles = 56 mm. [Scale about 1: 7.938.000]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.15 Tav. 31
USA, Connecticut, New Haven, Yale University, Library, collection Valerian Lada-Mocarski
Description: From: Mercurio geograco overo guida geograca in tutte le parti del mondo conforme le
tavole geograche del Sansone Baudrand e Cantelli... / Michael Antoine Baudrand,
Guillaume Sanson. - Roma : Data in luce con direttione e cura di Gio. Giacomo de Rossi,
1684.
Sources: 139, 438

207
Name: Portolan of the east part of Mediterranean sea
Author: Fassoi Marco
Date editions: 1679, Italy
Known editions:
Italian
Sizes: 377 545 mm
Site: USA, CA, San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 30
Description: From the atlas of sea charts of Mediterranean sea of containing 4 maps
Sources: 212, 748

208
Name: Novissima et Accuratissima Totius Russiae Vulgo Muscoviae Tabula
Author: Danckert Cornelius
Date editions: 1680, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 550 x 470 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum
Description:
Sources: 95, 595, 620, 691, 722

209
Name: Accuratissima totius Asiae Tabula Recens Emendata
Author: Danckert Cornelius
Date editions: 1680, Amsterdam: Danckert Cornelius
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 572 496 mm
Site: Australia, Canberra, National library of Australia, Rex Nan Kivell Collection Map
NK 10752.
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 429
Description:
Sources: 197, 543

210
Name: Accuratissima Europae Tabula per I. Danckerts cum Privilegio
Author: Danckert Cornelius
Date editions: 1680, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Dutch, Latin
Sizes: 571 483 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog #3937
Description: Includes the distances between approximately 200 major European Cities, from Augsburg in
Swaben to Zerbst in Saxen. In the upper right corner is a general map of Europe. From a
rare edition of Danckerts atlas. From a rare edition of Danckerts atlas
Sources: 616, 695
189
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211
Name: Globe gore showing Black Sea south to Indian Ocean
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1680, Venezia
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 460 x 280 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.23
Description:
Sources: 710
212
Name: Carte nouvelle de la mer mediterranee
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1680
Known editions: 1730
Text: French
Sizes: 1030 x 490 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, D.C. 20540-4650, G5672.M4 1680 .S2 TIL
Description:
Sources: 82, 190

213
Name: Georgie
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Date editions: 1680, Paris: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville
Known editions: 1670, 1676, 1680
Text: French
Sizes: 105 x 130 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 220
Description: From: Du Val. Geographie Universelle. Paris : Chez lautheur. 1663
Sources: 459

214
Name: The Turkish Empire in Asia
Author: Morden, Robert
Date editions: 1680, London
Known editions: 1688
Text: English
Sizes: 110 x 130 mm on sheet 200 x 160 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.65
Description: From: Robert Morden. tlas, Geography Rectied. London 1680
Sources: 304, 710, 737
215
Name: Romani Imperii Imago
Author: Lauro, Jacomo
Date editions: 1680, Rome
Known editions: 1690
Text: Latin, Italian, French
Sizes: 241 170 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1999, lot 191
Description:
Sources: 256, 529

216
Name: Graecia, Sophiani
Author: Cluver, Philip, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1682, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 204 158 mm
Site: USA, PA, Lititz, Heritage Map Museum, catalog 2003, 246
Description: From: Introductionis in Universam Geographicam. Published in 1624-1729
Sources: 341, 562

190
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

217
Name: Armenia Syria, Mesopotamia etc.
Author: Cluver, Philip
Date editions: 1682, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1686
Text: Latin
Sizes: 190 140 mm
Site: USA, PA, Lititz, Heritage Map Museum, catalog 2003, 322
Description: From: Introductionis in Universam Geographicam. Published in 1624-1729
Sources: 187, 342, 510, 511, 588

218
Name: De Beschryvingh Van de Reysen Pauli, en Van de Andere Apostelen
Author: Stoopendaal Daniel
Date editions: 1682, Amsterdam: Keur Pieter
Known editions: 1690, 1686, 1729
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 378 298 (489 330) mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 100, 2002, lot 389
Description: Map from so-called Dutch bible, Keur Pieter
Sources: 343, 536, 608, 738
219
Name: The Dominions of the Czar of Russia Alba or Great Duke of Moscovia in which are the
Dukedoms of Moscow, Wolodimer, Rezan, Worotin, Novogorod-Swierski, Szernihow,
Smolensko, Reschow, Twer, Novogorod-Weliki, Biele, Jezora, Wologda
Author: Berry William, Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1682, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 570 x 882 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 2500
Description:
Sources: 249
220
Name: Thraciae Veteris Typus
Author: Cluver, Philip, engraver Kaerius, Peter
Date editions: 1683, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 203 159 mm
Site: USA, NH, Portsmouth, Brian DiMambro Rare Books & International Book Sales, Inc,
catalog 2003, 57066
Description: From: Philippe Cluverius Introductio In Universam Geographiam
Sources: 392, 607
221
Name: Mer Noire ou Mer Maievre
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1683, Paris
Known editions: 1652
Text: French, Latin
Sizes: 242 x 178 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2004, lot 383
Description:
Sources: 501, 557, 724

222
Name: Evrope
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1673, Paris
Known editions: 1715
Text: Latin, French
Sizes: 242 x 191 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 297
Description:
Sources: 569

191
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223
Name: L Asie
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1683, Paris
Known editions: 1715, 1721
Text: French
Sizes: 277 x 188 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 437
Description:
Sources: 572, 751

224
Name: Asie mineure
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 140 x 100 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.53
France, Paris, Museum National dHistoire Naturelle
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... /; Alain Manesson Mallet, aut. du
texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683
Sources: 93, 710, 736

225
Name: Europe Moderne; Europe Ancienne
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: French
Sizes: 110 166 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 322
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 59, 275, 285, 407, 509, 546

226
Name: Natolie
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: French
Sizes: 130 x 90 mm, Scale 1:18,500,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.54
France, Paris, Museum National dHistoire Naturelle
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie]; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris: D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 93, 364, 710, 762

192
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227
Name: Natolie
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: French
Sizes: 130 x 90 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.52
France, Paris, Museum National dHistoire Naturelle
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 93, 710, 736
228
Name: Tvrqvie en Asie = Die Turckey in Asia
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: French
Sizes: 140 x 100 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.55
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie]; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris: D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 93, 165, 600, 637, 710, 762

229
Name: Mer Mediteeranee selon les modernes
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: Names of places in French, other text in German
Sizes: Maps on 1 sheet; 150 x 110 mm, in the form of mirror display
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.56
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 284, 710, 736
230
Name: Albanie, Grande Armenie, Colchide et Iberie selon les Anciens
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: Names of places in French, other text in German
Sizes: Maps on 1 sheet; 150 x 110 mm, in the form of mirror display
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.56
France, Paris, Museum National dHistoire Naturelle
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 93
193
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

231
Name: Georgie, Armenie
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1683, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions: 1685, 1703, 1719
Text: Names of places in French, other text in German
Sizes: 149 x 106 mm
Site: France, Paris, Museum National dHistoire Naturelle
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683.
Sources: 93
232
Name: Petite Tartarie
Author: Mallet Alain Manneson
Date editions: 1685, Paris: Thierry Denys
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 102 146 mm
Site: USA, NH, Portsmouth, Brian DiMambro Rare Books & International Book Sales, Inc. ,
catalog 2003, 56833
Description: From: Illustrations de Description de lUnivers contenant les differents systemes du Monde,
les cartes generales et particulieres de la geographie ancienne et moderne, les plans et prols
des principales villes et des autres lieux plus considerables de la terre, avec les portraits des
souverains qui y commandent, leurs blasons, titres et livrees, et les moeurs, religions,
gouvernements et divers habillements de chaque nation... / [Non identie] ; Alain Manesson
Mallet, aut. du texte. Paris : D. Thierry, 1683 (1685, Frankfurt)
Sources: 282, 498, 606, 614, 615
233
Name: LEuropa
Author: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Date editions: 1684, Rome
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.44 c.3
Description: From the Atlas: Carte geograche varie, per lo piu edite in Roma dai de Rossi,
Sources: 98, 399

234
Name: Tartaria dEuropa overo Piccola Tartaria
Author: Cantelli, Giacomo
Date editions: 1684, Rome: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 440 x 547 mm, scale 240 Italian miles = 97 mm. [Scale about 1: 4.582.763]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.44
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 223.d.15 Tav. 32
Description: From: Mercurio geograco overo guida geograca in tutte le parti del mondo conforme le
tavole geograche del Sansone Baudrand e Cantelli... / Michael Antoine Baudrand,
Guillaume Sanson. - Roma: Data in luce con direttione e cura di Gio.Giacomo de Rossi,
1684
Sources: 101, 140, 350

235
Name: Romani Imperii qua oriens est descriptio
Author: Baudrand, Michel Antonio
Date editions: 1684, Rome: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.44 c. 37
Description: From Atlas Carte geograche varie, per lo piu edite in Roma dai de Rossi, c.37
Sources: 100
194
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

236
Name: Asia divisa nelle sue parti secondo lo stato presente, descritta, e ...
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1685, Venezia: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Known editions: 1690, 1697, 1710
Text: Italian
Sizes: 675 x 478 mm
Site: Australia, Canberra, National library of Australia, Rex Nan Kivell Collection Map
NK 10239
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.20 tav. 118
China, University Library, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Special
collections G7400 1685 .C67
Description:
Sources: 109, 199, 224, 321, 667, 700, 751. 756

237
Name: Mediterranean Sea divided into its Principall parts or seas.
Author: Berry William
Date editions: 1685, London
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 520 x 850 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, D.C. 20540-4650, G5672.M4 1685 .B4 TIL
Description: based on: La Mer Mediterranee divisee enses Principales Parties, ou Mers by Nicolas
Sanson
Sources: 177, 207

238
Name: Estats delEmpire du Grand Seigneur des Turcs, en Europe, en Asie, et en Afrique...
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1686, Paris
Known editions: 1720, Amsterdam: Ottens, Reiner and Josua
Text: French
Sizes: 580 x 880 mm
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 226
Description: From: Atlas Nouveau, Amsterdam : Pieter Mortier. 1692
Atlas Maior, Amsterdam : Joshua and Reiner Ottens, 1720
Sources: 276, 393, 459, 640, 736, 755

239
Name: Asiae Minoris Iacobi Cantellii Vineolensis ... Sereniss. Ducis Mutinae &c. subditi et
geographi pro viribus elaborata descriptio. Fran.us Donia Mess. Sculpsit
Author: Cantelli, Giacomo
Date editions: 1686, Rome: Rubeis, Ioannem Iacobum de
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 410 x 558 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.16
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 138.c.178 c. VII
Description:
Sources: 105, 710, 762

240
Name: Descritione delli Principati della Moldavia, e Valachia tolta da Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola
Author: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Date editions: 1686, Rome
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 534 420 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 332
Description: From: Circolo di Baviera diviso ne Stati, che lo compongono particolarmente in quelli, che
spettano all Elettore di Baviera, al Duca di Neoburg, ora PaLatino del Reno, et al PaLatino
di Sultzbach tutti duna medesima Famiglia.[Gewidmet] Federico Colonna da Giacomo
Cantelli suddito, e data in Luce da Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. Gasparo Pietra Santa sculp.
Rom, 1687
Sources: 296, 306, 544, 737
195
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

241
Name: LAsia
Author: Rossi, Giacomo Giovanni de
Date editions: 1687, Rome
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: Desktop format
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.44 c.4
Description: From collected maps Carte geograche varie, per lo piu edite in Roma dai de Rossi
Sources: 99

242
Name: La Bulgaria e la Romania con Parte di MacedoniaGiacomo de Rossi
Author: Cantelli, Giacomo
Date editions: 1689, Rome
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 559 x 407 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 107, lot 298
Description: From: Mercurio Geograco
Sources: 550

243
Name: La Mer Mediterranee divisee en Mer de Levant, et de Ponant, Subdivisees en leurs
Principales Parties ou Mers, ou sont remarques ses principaux Golfes, Caps ou
Promontoires, Ports de Mers. Dresse par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe ordinaire du Roy
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 168-, Paris: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Known editions: 1696, 1705 Amsterdam: Mortier Pieter
Text: French
Sizes: 575 x 780 mm
Site: Spain, Madrid, Spanish National Library
Description:
Sources: 50, 261, 590, 722

244
Name: Hungariae et regionum, quae ei quoddam fuere unitae ur Transilvaniae, Valachiae,
Moldaviae, Serviae, Romaniae, Bulgariae, Bessarabiae, Croatiae, Bosniae, Dalmatiae,
Sclavoniae, Morlachiae, Ragusaniae, Republiciae Maximaeq Partis Danubii uminis
novissima delineatio.
Author: Witt Frederick de
Date editions: 1690
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 876 495 mm
Site: England, Chester, Christleton, Richard Nicholson of Chester, catalog 23797
Description:
Sources: 359

245
Name: Europe
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1690, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 400 267 (232 184) mm
Site: USA, NH, Portsmouth, Brian DiMambro Rare Books & International Book Sales, Inc. ,
catalog 2003, 55447
Description:
Sources: 605

196
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

246
Name: Nova et Accurata totius Europae Descriptio
Author: Danckerts, Justus
Date editions: 1690, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 496 x 582 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division Washington,
D.C. 20540-4650, G5700 1700. W5 TIL Vault
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 276
Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 2083
Description:
Sources: 191, 244, 568, 582

247
Name: Accuratissima et Maxima Totius Turcici Imperii Tabula...
Author: Danckert Theodorus
Date editions: 1690, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1700
Text: Dutch, Latin
Sizes: 490 x 585 mm
Site: France, Paris, Paulus Swaen old Maps and Prints,Inc , catalog 2004 09556
Description:
Sources: 218, 452, 628, 661, 670

248
Name: Turky in Asia
Author: Seller John
Date editions: 1690, London: Seller John and Seller John jr.
Known editions:
Text: English
Sizes: 110 x 130 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1744 no.124
Description: From A new systeme of geography. [London] : J. Seller & J. Seller, jr., 1690.
Sources: 710, 737

249
Name: Ristretto del Mediterraneo...
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1690, Venezia
Known editions: 1697
Text: Italian
Sizes: 455 x 1080 mm, 2 sheets
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 463
Description: From: Isolario, Vincenzo Coronelli,
Sources: 459, 591, 632

250
Name: Regni Hungariae, Graeciae, Moreae, Totius Danubii, Adiacentiumque Regnorum, Nec
Non Totius Graeciae et Archipelagi Delineatio nova
Author: Schenck, Pieter
Date editions: 1690, Amsterdam:
Known editions: 1730
Text: Latin
Sizes: 590 x 470 mm, Scale 1:3.800.000
Site: Germany, Bremen, Staats- und Universitatsbibliothek Bremen, V.2.a.235-648
Description:
Sources: 94, 386, 474, 560
197
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

251
Name: Bulgaria et Romania, divisa in singulares sangiacatus Silistriam, Nicopolin, Bodinum,
Sardiam, Bysantium, Kirkeliam et Gallipolin, una cum nitimis regionibus Valachia, Servia
etc
Author: Valck Gerard and Leonard
Date editions: 1690, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1710
Text: Dutch, Latin
Sizes: 597 x 492 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.129
Germany, Regensburg, Reinhold Berg, catalog 2002, 13052
Description:
Sources: 312, 432, 459, 722
252
Name: Near East Gore Sheet, gore of globe
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1690, Venezia
Known editions:
Text: Italian, Latin, Dutch
Sizes: 432 x 120 mm In top, extending up to 260 mm below
Site: England, London, Altea Maps & Books, catalog 2003, 225
USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 2003, lot 453
Description:
Sources: 276, 459, 549

253
Name: Bosforo Tracio hoggidi Canale di Constantinopoli
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1690, Venezia
Known editions: 1692
Text: Italian
Sizes: 610 457 mm
Site: USA, CA, La Jolla, International Map Collectors Society, catalog 0212
Description: From: Atlante veneto. Vol. 1. In Venetia : appresso Domenico Padouani ..., 1691
Sources: 202, 622

254
Name: Parte orientale dei Mediterraneo
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1691, Venezia: Padouani, Domenico
Known editions: 1688, 1710
Text: Italian
Sizes: 430 x 580 mm
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.22
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.1, tav.28
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.20 tav. 21
Description: From: Atlante veneto. Vol. 1. In Venetia : appresso Domenico Padouani ..., 1691
Sources: 108, 440, 475, 627, 710, 737

255
Name: Canale di Constantinopoli gia detto Bosforo Tracio
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1691-1692, Venezia: Albrizzi Girolamo
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 265 x 430 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.1, tav.29
Description: From: Atlante Veneto / CORONELLI, Vincenzo. - Venetia : Girolamo Albrizzi , 1691-1692.
Sources: 108, 202, 482
198
PERIOD OF 1600-1700

256
Name: Parte orientale dellEuropa
Author: Coronelli Vincenzo Maria
Date editions: 1691-1692, Venezia: Albrizzi Girolamo
Known editions:
Text: Italian
Sizes: 610 460 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 285.c.1
Description: From: Atlante Veneto / CORONELLI, Vincenzo. - Venetia : Girolamo Albrizzi , 1691-1692.
Sources: 76, 108, 228, 305, 541
257
Name: Carte nouvelle de la mer Mediterranee ou sont exactement remarques tous les ports, golfes,
rochers, bancs de sable &c: a lusage des armees du Roy de la Grande Bretagne. Dresse sur
les memoires les plus nouveaux par le Sr Romain de Hooge.
Author: Hooghe, Romain de
Date editions: 1693, Amsterdam: Mortier Pieter
Known editions: 1694
Text: French
Sizes: 600 x 1420cmm on sheet 630 x 1470 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress (Atlas Collection)
France, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Cartes et Plans. Ge CC 1128
England, Greenwich, Nation Maritime Museum, Macpherson collection
Description: From: Le Neptune francois, ou atlas nouveau des cartes marines. Levees et gravees par ordre
expres du roy. Pour lusage de ses armees de mer. A Paris, chez Hubert Jaillot [Amsterdam,
P. Mortier], 1693
Sources: 32, 89, 176, 418, 476, 493, 722, 736, 742, 759
258
Name: Patriarchatus Costantinopolitani geographica descriptio
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 355 x 488 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 37v-38r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera : in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 152
259
Name: Geographia synodica, sive regionum, urbium, et locorum, ubi celebrata sunt Concilia
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions: 1667, 1700
Text: Latin
Sizes: 393 x 555 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 29v-30r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera : in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 149, 339, 555

260
Name: Armenia vetus in quattuor partes distincta.
Author: La Rue, Philippe de, Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 381 x 579 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 32
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima quae
eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum potissimum...
/ Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] :
Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 114
199
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

261
Name: Colchis Iberia Albania.
Author: Sanson Guillaume, engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 369 x 483 mm, scale 100 miles = 61 mm. [Scale about 1: 2.638.269]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 31
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:
quae eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum
potissimum.../Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. -01 01 1699: Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii Ex
Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 113
262
Name: Mithridatis Regnum nobilitarum...
Author: Sanson Guillaume, engraver Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 474 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 35
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:
quae eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum
potissimum.../Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. -01 01 1699: Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699,
Sources: 116

263
Name: Tabula itineris decies mille graecorum sub Cyro...
Author: Du Val Pierre dAbbeville; engraver: Sanson Nicolas, Bertin Francesco
Date editions: 1694, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 403 x 474 mm, Scale 120 Italian miles = 46 mm. [Scale around 1: 4.831.826]
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 67v-68r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera: in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas.- Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699.
Sources: 154
264
Name: Mare mediterraneum, exhibens oras hispaniae, galliae, italiae, mare hadriaticum,
archipelagus, natoliam, aegyptum, levantam, barcam, tripolin, tunetanum, algeriam, fezzam,
maurocum.
Author: Valck Gerard
Date editions: 1695
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 1140 x 470 mm
Site: USA, Washington, The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division Washington,
D.C. 20540-4650
Description:
Sources: 82, 193
265
Name: Nieuwe paskaart van de geheele Swarte Zee
Author: Keulen, Gerard van
Date editions: 1695, Amsterdam: Keulen, Johannes van
Known editions:
Text: Dutch
Sizes: 530 x 980 mm, Scale 1:2,645,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.45
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 227.d.27
Description: From: De groote nieuwe vermeerderde zee-atlas, ofte water-waereld ... / door Gerard van
Keulen, &c. tAmsterdam : by Gerard von Keulen ..., 1708.
Sources: 160, 710, 722
200
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266
Name: Tab. I. Asiae: in qua Galatia, Cappadocia, Pontus, Bithynia, Asia Minor, Pamphylia, Lycia,
ac Cilicia : medius meridianus 64, reliqui ad hunc inclinantur ratione parallelorum 38, 42.
Author: Mercator, Gerhard
Date editions: 1695, Frankfurt
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 440 mm, Scale 1:3,600,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.92
Description: From: Claudii Ptolomaei Tabulae geographicae / per Gerardum Mercatorem. Franequerae,
1695.
Sources: 554, 710, 722

267
Name: LAsie divisee en ses Principales Regions
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1695, Paris
Known editions: 1705, 1720
Text: French
Sizes: 850 x 550 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum, (1720)
France, Paris, DROUOT RICHELIEU - PARIS Auction of Maps - catalog 2002, lot 105
Description: From: Atlas Nouveau, Amsterdam: Pieter Mortier 1696
Sources: 80, 86, 215, 294, 368, 391, 444, 502, 736, 751

268
Name: La Russie Blanche ou Moscovie
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1695, Paris
Known editions: 1674, 1717
Text: French
Sizes: 550 x 890 mm
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The National Library of Russia, 0- 4/46
Description:
Sources: 61, 253, 416, 449, 634, 660

269
Name: Asia Divisa in Imperia Regna & Status...
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1695, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 584 x 470 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1998, 82, lot 289
Description:
Sources: 271, 525

270
Name: Magni Turcarum Domini Imperium in Europa, Asia et Africa
Author: Visscher, Nicolas
Date editions: 1695, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1688
Text: Dutch, Latin
Sizes: 825 495 mm
Site: USA, AZ, Sedona, Marti & Curt Griggs Old World Auctions, catalog 1998, lot 213
Description:
Sources: 51, 453, 526

201
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

271
Name: Europe divisee suivant l estendue de ses principeaux etats subdivises en leurs principales
provinces
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1696, Amsterdam: Mortier Pieter
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 546 x 880 mm
Site: Netherlands, Amsterdam, Robert Putman Antiquarian Maps & Books, Catalog 2003, 6014
Description: From: Atlas Nouveau, Amsterdam: Pieter Mortier 1696
Sources: 409, 502, 736

272
Name: Nova et Accurata Regni Hungariae Tabula, Ad Usum Serenissimi Burguniae Ducis
Author: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert
Date editions: 1696, Paris
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 455 x 570 mm
Site: Canada, Toronto, Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books, catalog 2003 516
Description:
Sources: 237, 299, 326

273
Name: Accuratissima Europae tabula, multis locis correcta, et nuperrime edita / authore
Carolo Allard, Amstelo-Batavo
Author: Allard Carel
Date editions: 1696, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1700, 1705
Text: Latin
Sizes: 500 x 590 mm
Site: USA, Minnesota, James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota, 1696 mAl
Description:
Sources: 64, 65, 355, 356, 372, 722

274
Name: Regni Poloniae, Magni Ducatus Lithuaniae
Author: Allard Carel
Date editions: 1696, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text: Latin, Dutch, German
Sizes: 490 580 (515 590) mm
Site: Lithuania, Vilnius, Historical Collections of the Vilnius University Library
Description:
Sources: 421, 696, 729, 730

275
Name: Estats de lEmpire des Turqs en Europe
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1696, Paris: Jaillot, Alexis-Hubert and Mortier Pieter
Known editions:
Text: French
Sizes: 800 x 530 mm, Scale 1:3,704,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.105
England, London, the British library, BM-MR 43.315/1.2
Description: From: Atlas nouveau. Paris : H. Jaillot et P. Mortier, about 1700
Sources: 219, 229, 374, 689, 710, 731, 734, 741

202
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276
Name: Theatre de la guerre en Hongarie, Transilvanie &c
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1696, Amsterdam: Mortier Pieter
Known editions: 1708
Text: French
Sizes: 930 x 580 mm, Scale 1:1,307,300
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.106b
Description: From: Atlas nouveau / par le Sr. Sanson. A Amsterdam : chez Pierre Mortier ..., 1708.
Sources: 710, 722

277
Name: Guglielmi Sanson Nicolai lii geographia patriarchalis
Author: Sanson Guillaume
Date editions: 1696, Padua
Known editions: 1735
Text: Latin
Sizes: 394 x 537 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 33v-34r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera: in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova]: Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 70, 151, 267

278
Name: Map of a part of territory of Russia
Author: Bruce Jacob Daniel
Date editions: 1696
Known editions:
Text: Russian, Latin
Sizes: Hand-written
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, The Russian National Library, the manuscript department
Description:
Sources: 519

279
Name: Thraciae veteris typus...
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1696
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 379 x 484 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 21
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:
quae eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum
potissimum.../Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699: Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 143

280
Name: Pontus Euxinus aequor
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1697, Padua: Ex Typographia Seminarii
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 378 x 476 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 30
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis
authoribus collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii : Ex
Typographia Seminarii , 1699. - 1 atlante (2 voll) - v.2, Tav. 30
Sources: 144

203
CARTOGRAPHY OF BLACK SEA AND SEA OF AZOV: RETROSPECTIVE

281
Name: Tabula Geographica qua pars Russiae Magnae Pontus Euxinus sew Mare Nigrum et Tartaria
Minor cum nitimis Bulgaria Romaniae et Natoliae Provinciis ehibetur
Author: Bruce Jacob Daniel and Mengden, Georg von, Homann, Johann Baptist
Date editions: The original is made up to 1697, Issue Seutter George Matthaus, Nuremberg
Known editions: 1712, 1716, 1720, 1723, 1736, 1739
Text: Latin
Sizes: 590 x 490 mm
Site: Canada, Edmonton, Cameron Library of University of Alberta
Description: The map 1 differs from a map 2 form of island to the channel Kerch-Enikale
Sources: 77, 227, 239, 262, 265, 266, 268, 334, 367, 521, 551, 621, 725

282
Name: Descriptio peregrinationis dPauli Apostoli
Author: Sanson Nicolas, Ortelius, Abraham
Date editions: 1697, Padua
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 365 x 495 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 17v-18r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera: in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 146

283
Name: Lumen historiarum per orientem
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Recurti .
Date editions: 1697, Padua: Ex Typographia Seminarii
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 391 x 471 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 19v-20r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera: in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii, 1699
Sources: 147, 647, 723

284
Name: Argonautica
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Gelais, Ioannes Vincentius
Date editions: 1697, Padua: Ex Typographia Seminarii
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 392 x 509 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19bis cc. 59v-60r
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars altera:in
qua eas tabulas habes, quae ad sacra Biblia tum Veteris, tum Novi Testamenti... / Sanson,
Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 153

285
Name: Natoliae olim Asiae minoris tabula
Author: Allard Carel
Date editions: 1697, Amsterdam: Allard Carel
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 450 x 540 mm, Scale 1:3,000,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, Walker Collection
MAPS MX 410 a 1511-1774 no.5
Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 138.c.181 c. X
Description:
Sources: 123, 710, 712, 722

204
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286
Name: Tabula nova geographica Natoliae et Asiae Minoris
Author: Cantelli, Giacomo
Date editions: 1698, Amsterdam
Known editions: 1708
Text: Latin
Sizes: 420 x 530 mm, Scale 1:2,778,000
Site: Australia, Melbourn, The University of Melbourne, Walker Collection, MAPS MX 410 a
1511-1774 no.130
Description: From: Atlas minor. Amstelaedami : Ex Ofcina Nicolai Visscher, [about 1698]
Sources: 459, 710, 737

287
Name: Nova Asiae tabula
Author: Homann, Johann Baptist
Date editions: 1698, Nuremberg: Weigel, Christoph
Known editions: 1719
Text: Latin
Sizes: 330 x 260 mm
Site: Germany, Goettingen, Niedersaechsische Staats- und Universitaetsbibliothek Goettinger
DigitalisierungsZentrum (GDZ)
Description:
Sources: 85, 95, 318, 459

288
Name:
,


. .
Author: Cruys Cornelius
Date editions: 1699, Amsterdam: Henry Dunker
Known editions: 1703 (text: Russian, Dutch)
Text: Latin
Sizes: 530 340 mm; Scale: 1 verst in 1 inch, scale [1 : 42 000] And more nely; are given
compass grids
Site: Netherlands, Rotterdam, Maritiem Museum Prins Hendrik
Description: Consists of heading and dedication in latin language, descriptions of the river of Don in
the Dutch language on 10 sheets; in 2 sheets kinds of a relief (structures) are given; 17 maps
of the river of Don, including a map with the project of the channel connecting Don with
Volga; maps of the Black and Azov seas. Are shown: a channel of the river Don, city, a
wood, sluices, dams
Sources: 13, 15, 21, 370

289 The image is absent


Name: ,
- 1699 .
Author: Cruys Cornelius
Date editions: 1699, Amsterdam
Known editions:
Text:
Sizes: 480 640 mm; Scale 700 Sazhens in 1 inch. [1 : 60 000]; Without a cartographical grid.
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, Archive of the central Naval cartographical, 920
Description: Contains 9 sheets of the text, 2 sheets of view of coast and 15 sheets of maps on which are
shown: the river Don from city of Voronezh up to city of Azov, a mouth of inows, the river
Ilovnja and Kamishin, connected by the channel, projected dams and a gate on the river
Kamyshin for connection of the rivers of Don with Volga, coastal settlements, woods, arable
lands, a relief. In gures views of coast are shown at an output from sea of Azov to Black
sea and at an input in passage Bosporus (Constantinople) .In the text descriptions of the river
Don, the city of Voronezh and others, the Don cossacks, a capture of Azov are given.
Sources: 15

205
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290
Name: ,


, , ,
. ,

Author: Bruce Jacob Daniel and Mengden, Georg von
Date editions: 1699, Amsterdam: Thessing, Johann
Known editions:
Text: It has been published in Russian and latin languages
Sizes: 555 485 mm, scale 1:3 100 000
Site: Russia, St.-Peterburg, Library of the Academy of sciences
Description:
Sources: 19, 520
291
Name: Map of a southern part of Russia
Author: Bruce Jacob Daniel and Mengden, Georg von
Date editions: 1699, Amsterdam: Thessing, Johann
Known editions:
Text: Russian
Sizes:
Site: Germany, Flensburg, Zentrale Hochschulbibliothek Flensburg
Description:
Sources: 1, 24, 520
292
Name: Asia minor auctore Phi. de la Rue Paris
Author: Sanson Nicolas
Date editions: 1699, Padua: Ex Typographia Seminarii
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 374 x 350 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 33
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:quae
eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum potissimum... /
Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis authoribus
collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex
Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 115
293
Name: Vetus descriptio Daciarum nec non Moesiarum
Author: Sanson Nicolas, engraver Gelais, Ioannes Vincentius
Date editions: 1699
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 364 x 470 mm
Site: Italy, Venezia, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, 225.d.19 Tav. 23
Description: From: Tabulae geographicae, quibus universa geographia vetus continetur... Pars prima:quae
eas tabulas exhibet, quae cum ad Geographia in universum manuductum, tum potissimum... /
Sanson, Nicolas, Philip Cluver. - 01 01 1699 : Ex Typographia Seminarii , 1699,
From: Tabulae geographicae quibus universa geographia vetus continetur, e multis authoribus
collectae, et in quatuor partes distributae / Sanson, Nicolas. - Patavii [Padova] : Ex
Typographia Seminarii , 1699
Sources: 110, 724
294
Name: Europa Orbis Christi Ani Domina 1699
Author: Scherer Heinrich
Date editions: 1699, Munich
Known editions:
Text: Latin
Sizes: 350 x 230 mm
Site: England, Kent, Sevenoaks, Roderick M. Barron, catalog Stock Code: 28175
Description: From: Part I [Geographia Naturalis] from his of 7 Part Atlas Novus [Munich 1700]
Sources: 302, 467
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106. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006359
107. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=006388
108. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=007585
109. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=015256
110. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017521
111. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017526
112. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017527
113. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017529
114. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017530
115. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017531
116. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017533
117. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=001337
118. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=001338
119. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=001346
120. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=001364
121. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=001373
122. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=003418
123. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004623
124. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004883
125. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004894
126. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004895
127. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004915
128. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004916
129. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=004919
130. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005139
131. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005140
132. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005171
133. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005172
134. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005173
135. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=005222
136. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006385
137. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=006393
138. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=016532
139. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=016559
140. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=016560
141. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=016601
142. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017500
143. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017519
144. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017528
145. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017541
146. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017549
147. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017550
148. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017553
149. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017554
150. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017525
151. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017556
152. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017558
153. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017568
154. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=017572
155. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=019051
156. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=019052
157. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=019053
158. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=019056
159. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=019057
160. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&session=000000&d=B&value=020041
161. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/cgi-win/geoweb/archiweb.dll?service=direct&lang=1&uid=000004&d=B&value=017522
162. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb/GeoWebListaAZ.html
163. http://geoweb.venezia.sbn.it/geoweb2004/mm/jpg/219c4/xx04915b.jpg
164. http://globaltulip.com/product_info.php?cPath=&products_id=367
165. http://globaltulip.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_71_84&products_id=390
166. http://globaltulip.com/product_info.php?products_id=703
167. http://home.comcast.net/~jhensinger2/2_Speed_Prospect.html
168. http://home.fastnet.co.uk/simonhunter/cat_52.htm

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169. http://home.tiscali.nl/~helmink/bl-ukra3.html
170. http://home-1.tiscali.nl/~helmink/bl-rom3.html
171. http://ikar.sbb.spk-berlin.de/werkzeugkasten/beispielsammlung/11_3.htm#top
172. http://it.geocities.com/capellarolippo/img.html
173. http://kircher.stanford.edu/gallery/contents.html
174. http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/tantort/2004/oszk/angol.htm
175. http://lbxml.ust.hk/mp_img/pdf/b536698.pdf
176. http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/geogmap/guide/gmillatl.html
177. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/S?ammem/gmd:@FILREQ(@OR(@eld(AUTHOR+@od1(Berry,+William,+++1669-1708+))+
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178. http://library.mcmaster.ca/maps/rcmaps.htm
179. http://library.mcmaster.ca/maps/rcmaps.htm#107099
180. http://library.ust.hk/info/exhibit/maps-2002/maps-gallery4.html
181. http://library.ust.hk/info/exhibit/maps-9706/map-gallery1.html
182. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+1_34+products_id+137
183. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+19_55+products_id+527
184. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+19_61+products_id+167
185. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+19_61+products_id+519
186. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+2_32+products_id+198
187. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+cPath+54+products_id+170
188. http://mapmogul.com/catalog/product_info.php+manufacturers_id+9+products_id+142
189. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gmdhtml/gnrltitl.html
190. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?gmd:1:./temp/~ammem_wJp2
191. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?gmd:3:./temp/~ammem_bpgr
192. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?gmd:6:./temp/~ammem_RIkf::
193. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/gmd:@lreq(+@FIELD(AUTHOR+@band(+Valck,+G+++Gerard+,+1651+or+2+172
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194. http://mercury.esnanet.com/oldchurch/gallery.nsf/x/474E45347A27B3D380256F720050485E?opendocument
195. http://molcat.bl.uk/msscat/DESC0010.ASP?CiRestriction=chart
196. http://newbern.cpclib.org/digital/TP1959024001A.html
197. http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-nk10752
198. http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-rm166
199. http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-t351
200. http://old-map.narod.ru/all-12.html
201. http://oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/100-388.htm
202. http://oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/100-399.htm
203. http://oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/91-213.htm
204. http://oldworldauctions.com/prices/detail/94-349.htm
205. http://orteliusmaps.com/descriptions/1472.htm
206. http://polybiblio.com/shapero/53308.html
207. http://reevesmaps.com/map_catalog_world.htm
208. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM1549.html
209. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Scriptorium/hehweb/HM2515.html
210. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Scriptorium/hehweb/HM37.html
211. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/scriptorium/hehweb/HM39.html
212. http://sunsite3.berkeley.edu/Scriptorium/hehweb/HM30.html
213. http://swaen.com/stitem.php?id=5a3e3aa1fb73ae506eddae70342847ff&PHPAUCTIONXL_SESSION=8acb7c775ed4238705c54a502
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214. http://trove.net/AULG0003/AULG0003_001336.html
215. http://trove.net/CSHR0011/CSHR0011_002609.html
216. http://trove.net/CSHR0011/CSHR0011_002613.html
217. http://turkeyinmaps.com/Sayfa2.html
218. http://turkeyinmaps.com/Sayfa3.html
219. http://ub.leide