Loots atlas Nautical charts with numerous place-names along coastlines. Depths shown by soundings. Title from citation in Philip Lee Phillips' A list of geographical atlases, p. 246. Most maps in Dutch; text and titles in Dutch, French, English, or Latin on some maps. Philips 3464 Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy annotated in pencil on some maps....
- Contributor: Loots, Johannes
- Date: 1705
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MapToonneel der steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden, met hare beschrijvingen Dutch. Some maps in Latin. Phillips, 3076 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 43:121.1 Date from Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici from the list of burgomasters elected in 1652 in the text about Delft. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Engraved title page with letterpress title pasted on. LC copy bound in cream vellum, embossed and gilded.
- Contributor: Blaeu, Joan
- Date: 1652
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MapNova et recens emendata totius Regni Ungariæ una cum adiacentibus et finitimis regionibus delineatio Map of Hungary and adjacent parts of the Danube River Valley showing populated places occupied by the invading Turks and places remaining Christian (unoccupied). Covers the Danube River Valley from Vienna (upstream) to a point just above the entrance of the Caraş River (downstream--present-day Romanian border). Relief shown pictorially. Title, notes, and principal place-names in Latin. Note at lower right: Vera delineatio accurataq[ue] tabula...
- Contributor: Claesz, Cornelis - Keere, Pieter Van Den - Doetecam, Jan Van
- Date: 1620
MapImperii Tvrcici Evropaei terra in primis Graecia : cum confinis ad intelligendos scriptores N.T. ceterospue graecos et latinos accomodata : in vsum Principis Iuventutis in heredem nati Dvcis Brvnsvico-Lvnebvrgi Caroli Wilhelmi Ferdinandi
Imperii Turcici Europaei terra in primis Graecia General-content map of the European part of the Ottoman Empire (with emphasis on Greece) and the eastern Mediterranean Sea region. Relief shown pictorially. In Latin (including place-names). Title printed in embellished cartouche (images of ancient coins). Prime meridian: Ferro. This map is similar to Map 13a in Johann Baptist Homann's "Grosser Atlas über die gantze Welt", Nürnberg, published by Johann Ernst Adelbulner, 1716 (Phillips...
- Contributor: Harenberg, Johann Christoph - Homann Erben (Firm)