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1538 map of Asia
Feudal Map of Japan between 1564-73 (published 1905)
Asia in the Form of Pegasus - 1581
Asia 1574
1580 Map of Greece and western Turkey
Indiae orientalis insvlarvmqve adiacientivm typvs. Map of India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, New Guinea and NW America 1570
1595 map of the Indian Ocean showing the First Dutch Expedition routes around the Cape of Good Hope to Sumatra and Java, Indonesia
The unusual route taken by two Russian Tu-160 bombers on their way to Syria
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
Indiae Orientalis Insularumque Adiacientium Typus - Abraham Ortelius - 1570 (India, South east, and east Asia)
1596 map of east and southeast Asia
1596 Map of India, Persia and the Arabian Peninsula
World in 1567, by Ottoman sailor Ali Macar Reis (Ottoman Archives, Turkey)
Map of America siue India nova : ad magnae Gerardi Mercatoris aui Vniversalis imitationem in compendium redacta from 1595.
Taprobana - 1588 reproduction of a Ptolemy map. It may have referred to: Sri Lanka; or, Sumatra; or, a phantom island
Map of the Deccan and the south / India (c. 1588)
1571 Ortelius Map of Asia
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
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)
1595 map of Asia from the Arctic circle to northern shores of the unknown Southern land
Tertiae Partis Asiae quae modernis India orientalis dicitur acurata delineatio Autore Iacobo Castaldo Pedemontano - 1578
Complete map of the Portuguese maritime empire in Asia in 1580
China Regnum, c. 1593
Map of Japan circa. 1570
Map of Japan in 1570 (Ortelius)
Japan AD 1570 - Sengoku Jidai
The 16th century Japanese “Map of the Great Ming”, Based on the Korean 1402 Kangnido World Map. it reflects the geographic knowledge of China during the Mongol Empire when geographical information about Western countries became available via Islamic geographers.
Portuguese fort of Diu, modern India. drawn circa 1560
Portrait of Amerigo Vespucci next to a Map of the Americas and East Asia. Detail from Universal Cosmography world Map by German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller, originally published in April 1507.
Map of the "North Province" of Portuguese India (1534-1739).
Western Asia as it was mapped in 1570 - the Caspian Sea is noticeably incomplete and unspecific compared to the Black and Mediterranean Seas
16th century map of Japan/Korea/China
Map by Sebastian Münster circa 1550 - the first printed map of the Americas shown completely separate to Asia. Zipangri is modern day Japan. Brazil is portrayed as land of the cannibals and Argentina as land of the giants.
The unification of Vietnam (1539-1802)
The Map of India, Arabia, the Horn of Africa the and Indian Ocean by Pedro and Jorge Reinel of the Miller Atlas, a Portuguese illustrated atlas dated from 1519.
Map of East Asia (1596) by J.H. van Linschoten
Map of mainland Southeast Asia in 1540
Calicut 1572
1538 Map of Asia and the west coast of North America
Japan in 1545,Sengoku Jidai
The journey of Diogo Botelho Pereira, a Portuguese navigator who sailed from India to Portugal on a longboat in 1535
Cantino Planisphere, oldest Portuguese map showing their holdings in Asia and the Americas. It also may be the oldest map to show Florida and North America's East Coast. 1502.
1570 map of east and southeast Asia - by Abraham Ortelius
South East Asia, by Giacomo Gastaldi. 1580.
India in 1525 Joppen
India in 1525 (by Milites Atterdag)
South China Sea Map by Fernão Vaz Dourado - 1571
Fragment of map of Chittagong (Bengal)
Asia oceania anonymous c1550
Japan in 1545 during the sengoku jidai
Since it seems you like historical maps.. This one was made around 1513 in Turkey, you can clearly see the coast of modern day Brazil.
Quilon 1505 verbessert
Complete map of the Portuguese maritime empire in Asia in 1580. The 'Portuguese State of India'
City of Cannanore, 1572
Southeast Asia circa 1595
1772 Vaugondy and Diderot Map of the Pacific Northwest and the Northwest Passage
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516
India in 1520
Map of Battle of Cochin (1504) Pass of Cambalão
Map of Battle of Cochin (1504) Passes of Palignar & Palurte
Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
1592 Maluku Islands, Indonesia
1570 Ortelius Map of Asia (first edition) - Geographicus - AsiaeNovaDescriptio-ortelius
1601 Map of Nova Zembla (Novaya Zemlya) and the Northeast Passage - Geographicus - NovaZembla-debry-1601
Sixth Map of Asia Which Includes Arabia Felix, Carmania, and the Persian Gulf
Abraham Ortelius Map of Asia 1595
The National Library of Israel - Canaan as it was possessed both in Abraham and Israels dayes with with the stations and bordering nations
India Tercera Nuova Tavola
1565 Anatolia and the Black Sea
Il Desegno del Discoperto della Nova Franza
AtlasMiller BNF Indian Ganges
AtlasMiller BNF OceanoIndico
Bertoli India 1565
Braun Calicut Kozhikode UBHD
Braun Diu HAAB
Braun Diu UBHD
Braun Kannur UBHD
Daniel Keller. Asiae nova descriptio (Antwerpen, 1590).L
Daniel Keller. Asiae nova descriptio (Antwerpen, 1590).LD
Braun Calicut Kozhikode HAAB
1768 Jeffreys Wall Map of India and Ceylon - Geographicus - India-jeffreys-1768
Albania. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Antropatia. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Armenia. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Colchis. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Georgia. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Iberia. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Maior. Gerard Mercator. Tabula Asiae III (Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, etc.). 1579
Bünting, Heinrich — Asia Secunda Pars Terrae in Forma Pegasi (Hi res)
BÜNTING, Heinrich. Asia Secunda pars Terræ in Forma Pegasir (Magdeburg, 1581)
1597 Ptolemy - Magini - Keschedt Map of Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan - Geographicus - TabulaAsiaIX-magini-1597
Woodcut map of central Asia, Tabula Asiae VIII - Sebastian Münster, 1540
India Extrema XIX Nova Tabula
Tabula Asia VIII 00798. Typus Universalis 00681 - no-nb krt 00798
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.A
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.B
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.C
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.D
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.E
Vesconte Maggiolo. World chart, from eastern coasts of America to India. PORTOLAN CHART. Naples, 1516.G
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