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1571 Ortelius Map of the Kingdom of Naples
Map of France by Jean Jolivet, 16th century
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
1561 map of West Africa by Girolamo Ruscelli
Universalior Cogniti Orbis Tabula by Johannes Ruysch, 1507
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
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)
Greenland, Iceland, and Frisland on the Gerardus Mercator world map of 1569
Bünting's World Map Made in 1581
1547 Map of Brazil by the French Carthographer Nicolas Vallard
Americae Pars Borealis , 1593
Universalior cogniti orbis tabula ex recentibus confecta observationibus (1507-1508)
1559 map of the Aegean Sea and the Sea of Marmara by Diogo Homem
Taprobana - 1588 reproduction of a Ptolemy map. It may have referred to: Sri Lanka; or, Sumatra; or, a phantom island
Chinae, olim Sinarum regionis, nova descriptio. auctore Ludovico Georgio -1595 -
Map of America siue India nova : ad magnae Gerardi Mercatoris aui Vniversalis imitationem in compendium redacta from 1595.
Flight 1549 Path (Sully Flight)
Map of the Deccan and the south / India (c. 1588)
Tabula Nova Partis Africae, 1541
Map of the World by Sylvanus, 1511
Map of the Nordic countries (1539), modernised and with present-day names
1582 Map of Europe shaped as a virgin
1596 South and West Africa - by Jan Huygen van Linschoten
Ptolemy's Taprobana - first century CE map of Ceylon, in a 1535 publication
1571 Ortelius Map of Asia
View of Frankfurt (in the 16th Century) from the Civitates orbis terrarum
1507 Waldseemüller Map, also known as "America's Birth Certificate". This is the first map to name the continent 'America'
1575 - Cairo, "Cairus Quae Olim Babylon Aegypt Maxima Urbs"
Monte's 10 foot Planisphere of 1587 - The Largest Early World Map
Europe According to Charles V 1555
Jerusalem, et suburbia eius, sicut tempore Christi floruit...descripta per Christianum Adrichom Delphum 1584
Arnold Florent van Langren - Map of the Southwestern Indian Ocean showing part of Africa and Madagascar (1596)
Europe in the 16th century. Old German school map, unsure of age.
1581 Bunting Clover Leaf Map. Stylized world map in the shape of a clover leaf (showing the Continents of Europe, Asia, Africa). Jerusalem is at the centre
Mercator 1569 world map. 'New and more complete representation of the terrestrial globe properly adapted for use in navigation', by Gerardus Mercator
Map of Bassein(Vasai), a important town, near Mumbai from a Portuguese atlas, 1538
The Oztoticpac lands map, c 1540
The first use of the Americas in a map 1507
The Southern Part of South America (1592)
1598 map of the Island of Mozambique
Tabula Terre Nove , c.1513
World Map fresco in Farnese Palace Italy dated circa 1575
Tract-to-tract commutes of 160 km or less in the United States
Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Konigsberg, Prussia: Baltic Sea Coastline to Memel (Klaipeda) Printed in Antwerp & incl. in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1584)
Waldseemüller map from 1507 is the first map to include the name "America" and the first to depict the Americas as separate from Asia. There is only one surviving copy of the map, which was purchased by the Library of Congress in 2001 for $10 million. (Wikipedia)
Europe according to dutch cartographer Willem Blaeu. Look at the size of Greece, and the charming romping lions in 'Barbaria'. ca. 1600
Africa North 1578, Gerardus Mercator - covering modern Morocco and western Algeria
Inca Expansion (1438–1527)
1592 map of East New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and imaginary coast of Australia showing mythical beasts
1595 map of Asia from the Arctic circle to northern shores of the unknown Southern land
I watercolored a map of Europe in 1560
Prima Ostro Tavola by Ramusio, c. 1554
Map monsters on the Northern Europe sheet of Atlas by Antione Lafrey, ca 1575
Close-up on the water-horse from Islandia by Gudbrandur Thorlaksson, and re-engraved from 1585 edition of map published by Ortelius.
Leonardo's map of the city of Imola made in 1501 compared with the Google Earth photo of that same city. At the time Leonardo's map was considered to be the most accurate ever to be created
Islandia : 16th century map of Iceland (with seamonsters)
The Cantino Planisphere was composed in 1502 and is the oldest surviving map to portray the recent Portuguese exploration of Brazil. It also maps Africa with striking accuracy.
Chinae, olim Sinarum regionis nova descriptio auctore Ludovico Georgio - Abraham Ortelius (1595)
A print of Piri Reis's 1525 Ottoman map of Malta
Tertiae Partis Asiae quae modernis India orientalis dicitur acurata delineatio Autore Iacobo Castaldo Pedemontano - 1578
England’s Immigrants 1330-1550 where they came from
The Inca Empire in 1527 A.D. at its Territorial Height
Orbis Terrarum, published by the Dutch astronomer, cartographer and clergyman Petrus Plancius in 1594.
Jacques le Moyne's mid 16th Century Map of Florida and the Caribbean
Italy - Ptolemy/Fries - 1541 #MyWallsWednesday
View of Lisbon and Tagus River, Portugal, 1572
Hand-drawn and painted map of The Peoples of Europe in Antiquity, as described by Ptolemy (c. 100-160, c.e.)
Europe 1550 AD
Major areas of witchcraft persecution in 16th century Europe
Inca Empire at its territorial peak (1532)
Europe (Detailed) - AD 1590
Expansion of France 1552-1798
The expansion of the Majapahit Empire (1293-1527) |
Curious if anyone has any info on this ortelius 1570-1641 map of Tartaria. This is Ortelius map #163 in the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. This one is on wood, not varnished on.
16th century ethnicity map of Ireland
The Carta Marina (1539) translated to modern place names
A world map from "Kitab-ı Bahriye", written by Piri Reis in the 16th century as a gift to #Ottoman Sultan Süleyman
Map of the world from 1502, 10 years after the "discovery" of the Americas. Note how it also includes the line of the separation of the world between Portugal and Spain.
The "Inexplicable Map" of Piri Reis, 1513. The map shows the western coasts of North Africa, the coast of Brazil and (very oddly) an ice-free Antarctica, long before Antartica was officially discovered.
Extent of the French colonial empire (16th century to current days)
Vilnius, Lithuania in 1581
Nautical chart of Portuguese cartographer Lázaro Luís, 1563
1574 Map of the Americas
Habsburg Dominions AD 1550
Complete map of the Portuguese maritime empire in Asia in 1580
1554 World Map of Lopo Homem, Portuguese cartographer and cosmographer
Religions in Europe in 1560
China Regnum, c. 1593
16th Century Ottoman Map of Europe on a modern map of Europe
What 16th Century Arabs thought Europe looked like on Top of an Actual Map of Europe
Aerial view of Wrocław from 1562
Old map of Denmark 1595
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