Format Maps
Contributors Eckebrecht, Philipp
Dates 1630
Location Earth
Language Latin
Subjects Early Works to 1800
World Maps
Noua orbis terrarum delineatio singulari ratione accommodata meridiano tabb. Rudolphi astronomicarum /
Other Title
Nova orbis terrarum delineatio singulari ratione accommodata meridiano tabb. Rudolphi astronomicarum
nova orbis terrarum delineatio singulari ratione accommodata meridiano tabb. rudolphi astronomicarum
Contributor Names
Eckebrecht, Philipp, 1594-1667.
Created / Published
[Nuremberg] : Philippus Eckebrecht, 1630.
Subject Headings
-  World maps--Early works to 1800
-  Earth
-  Relief shown pictorially.
-  Appears in Johannes Kepler's Tabvlae Rudolphinae. Ulm : Johannes Saur, 1627-30.
-  Prime meridian based on the astronomer Tycho Brahe's observatory in Denmark.
-  Map drawn in three parts (left to right): 1 half-hemisphere (15 cm. radius), 1 hemisphere (29 cm. in diameter), and 1 half-hemisphere (15 cm. radius).
-  Shirley, Rodney W. Mapping of the world. 1983, p. 358-9
-  Bricker, Charles. Landmarks of mapmaking. 1977, p. 252-3
-  Includes note and ill. of double eagle.
-  Included in map folder: Folder (24 x 31 cm.) containing 7 photocopies from printed references and 1 letter of correspondence all describing this map. Also included is a section of the original map folder with a manuscript note regarding the date of publication and representation in Kepler's atlas.
-  Mounted on cloth.
-  LC copy imperfect: 3 vertical fold lines. Pin holes in cloth tape in all corners.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map ; on sheet 44 x 72 cm.
Call Number
G3200 1630 .E3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3200 ct001471
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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