[Sphendonē], hoc est, fvnda Posidonii.
Sphendonē, that is, the world of Posidonii | Dionysius in the world traveled by the Greeks
From Bertius' Ancient Geography. Paris, 1630. In Latin and Greek. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Posidonius - Bertius, Petrus
Noua orbis terrarum delineatio singulari ratione accommodata meridiano tabb. Rudolphi astronomicarum
Nova orbis terrarum delineatio singulari ratione accommodata meridiano tabb. Rudolphi astronomicarum
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 ...
Eckebrecht, Philipp - Walch, J. P. (Johann Philipp) - Kepler, Johannes
Accuratissima Brasiliæ tabula.
Relief shown pictorially. Oriented with north to the right. Item 67 in LC G&M Leo Belgicus exhibit, Nov. 1993 to May 1994. Includes insets of "Baya de todos os Sanctos" and "Villa d'Olinda de Pernambuco" and ill. Text on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault