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Ortelius World Map (1570)
Paris circa 1575
Mercator's 1595 map of the Arctic
1504 Ostrich Egg Globe - Made on the lower halves of two ostrich eggs, this is the oldest known depiction of the Americas on a globe
1513 map of Lorraine (Lotharingia) printed in 3 colours (black, red, and brown). This was the first printed of that Duchy and is considered the earliest known specimen of printing in colours
1537 map of Europe in the shape of a Queen - designed by Johannes Putsch
1561 map of the world
Map of Western Africa by Lázaro Luis (1563)
1591 Map showing the Florida and Cuba Region
Map of Africa, published by Abraham Ortellius in 1588. A sea battle is depicted in cartouche in the lower right corner, and a number a sea monsters roam the Atlantic Ocean
Cairo, Egypt in the 16th century - by Ottoman cartographer Piri Reis
Feudal Map of Japan between 1564-73 (published 1905)
Europe about 1560 - from "Historical Atlas" by William R. Shepherd, 1923
Ortelius World Map (1570), from the first modern world atlas
World map surrounded by illustrations of wind heads, 1542
Map of Iceland from the 1539 Carta Marina
1595 map of Africa
The Americas, or A New and Precise Description of the Fourth Part of the World (1562)
1561 map of Silesia by Martin Helwig ; north at the bottom
Asia in the Form of Pegasus - 1581
1550 Map of South America labeled in German, geographic features otherwise in Latin. Relief shown pictorially.
Magellan's Circumnavigation of the Earth, from the Portolan Atlas by Battista Agnese, c. 1544.
Beautifull 1593 map of Flushing (Vlissingen) in the Netherlands
Frankfurt, Germany by Conrad Faber of Kreuznach (1552)
1544 World Map by the German scientist Sebastian Muenster
Map of the World Known to Europe at the Death of Charles V (1551)
Cornwall 1579
1584 Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda)
1584 map of Florida, based on the expeditions of Hernando de Soto (1539-1543)
Asia 1574
Kingdom of Livonia 1573.
Cuba, Jamaica and Hispaniola. 1562
1580 Map of Greece and western Turkey
1570 Map with Armenia at the centre / by F. V. Dourado
The 1502 Cantino World Planisphere. From an unknown Cartographer, this is the Oldest Known Map of Portugese Land Discoveries
Great Britain and Ireland 1569
1525 Map of Alanya by Piri Reis
Cyprus, 1573
Map of the roman city of Ostia, 1588
Sebastian Münster's 1561 map of the Americas
A map of New France made by cartographers Jan Doetecom, Petrus Plancius, and Cornelis Claesz (1592-1594)
Descriptio Germaniae inferioris, on the backside of the map "Niderlandt", 1573
Map of Europe, 1550
1593 world map drawn as two hemispheres on north and south polar projection
1571 Africa Map by Abraham Ortelius
Bonsignori's Map of Italy 1577
1584 Ortelius map of the Western Hemisphere
Map of the Southern hemisphere, 1593 / by Gerard de Jode
Medieval map (1559) of the Black Sea / by Diego Homen
Map of Iceland, published in Additamentum IV to Ortellus' map collection in Antwerp 1590. It far surpassed earlier maps of Iceland in accuracy
Indiae orientalis insvlarvmqve adiacientivm typvs. Map of India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, New Guinea and NW America 1570
Composite Map of the World (1587) - with additional spheres and labels in the four corners
1596 Map of India, Persia and the Arabian Peninsula
Carta marina, an early map of the Nordic countries, made around end of Kalmar Union and start of Denmark-Norway (1539)
Persian Map of the World (1537)
Expanded 17th century Ottoman world map based on one originally composed in 1525 and dedicated to Sultan Süleyman I ("The Magnificent") by Piri Reis
1570 map of the Americas - by Abraham Ortelius
16th century map of Spain and North Africa
South America 1575
Bristol, England, 1478. From The Maire of Bristowe is Kalendar by Robert Ricart, common clerk of Bristol (1478 to 1506)
Map of Portugal, 1561 in the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" (1570) de Abraham Ortelius
1570 Map of Northern Europe
The European section of the Waldseemüller map, 1507
Map of Zeeland, the Netherlands, in 1580 (high-res version in comments)
Spot the differences: Dordrecht 1545 and modern day
Kingdom of Sardinia 16th century map
1595 map of the Indian Ocean showing the First Dutch Expedition routes around the Cape of Good Hope to Sumatra and Java, Indonesia
Ptolemy's map. Produced in Strasbourg, 1513
Africae tabula nova. Map of Africa 1570
1595 circular map of the Western Hemisphere
Map of the World by Sylvanus, 1511
Universale Descrittione Di Tutta la Terra Conosciuta Fin Qui (Universal Description of the All the Known Earth So Far) Paolo Forlani 1568
The unusual route taken by two Russian Tu-160 bombers on their way to Syria
America sive novus orbis ... ; (America or the New World ...) Theodor de Bry (1528-1598), illustrator and engraver Frankfurt, 1596
Ortelius map of Europe 1595
Carta Marina / drawn by Martin Waldseemüller in 1516. This is a remix of both fantastical and official testimony of the world. King Manuel of Portugal is riding a sea monster close to the southern coast of Africa, a symbol of the Portuguese control over the marine route between Africa and India
Similar map of Amsterdam 1567
Tabula Nova Partis Africae, 1541
1525 Piri Reis Map of the Island of Rhodes, Greece
1571 Ortelius Map of the Kingdom of Naples
Bruges, Belgium by Marcus Gerards 1562
Historical map representing the Roman Empire (1592)
The monsters of Islandia (first edition 1590, this one 1608, Ortelius) Full information on FB @worldofMappaMundi
Map of Karpathos (Scarpanto), Greece - by Giacomo Franco, 1597
1561 map of West Africa by Girolamo Ruscelli
Universalior Cogniti Orbis Tabula by Johannes Ruysch, 1507
John Norden's Ms. Map of Essex 1594
Map of the discovery and exploration of Australia, 1519 to 1901 by sea and land (1927)
Portolan chart of Europe and northern Africa by Diogo Homem, 1563
1519 map of the Indian Ocean and surroundings
1591 De Bry and Le Moyne Map of Florida and Cuba
Map of the arrival of the English in Virginia, c. 1585
John Speed's 1511 map of Hampshire
Americae Pars Borealis , 1593
Universalior cogniti orbis tabula ex recentibus confecta observationibus (1507-1508)
Vesconte Maggiolo Planiphere of 1531
World Map from the Universale Descrittione Di Tutta La Terra Conosciuta Fin Qui. Venice, 1568
Australia's First Map - from Nicholas Vallard's manuscript sea atlas (1547), showing Jave La Grande's east coast
View of Marseille, 1575, from the Civitates orbis terrarum
World in 1567, by Ottoman sailor Ali Macar Reis (Ottoman Archives, Turkey)
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