Map Plate 12

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Title
Carta marina navigatoria Portvgallen navigationes, atqve tocius cogniti orbis terre marisqve formam natvram sitvs et terminos nostris temporibvs recognitos et ab antiqvorum traditione differentes, eciam qvor vetvsti non meminervnt avtores, hec generaliter indicat
Other Title
Carta marina navigatoria Portugallen navigationes, atque tocius cogniti orbis terre marisque formam naturam situs et terminos nostris temporibus recognitos et ab antiquorum traditione differentes, eciam quor vetusti non meminerunt autore, hec generaliter indicat
Contributor Names
Waldseemüller, Martin, 1470-1519, cartographer.
Schöner, Johann, 1477-1547.
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Strasbourg, France?] : [publisher not identified], [1516]
Subject Headings
-  Earth (Planet)
Genre
World maps
Early maps
Notes
-  Relief shown pictorially.
-  Includes text and illustrations.
-  Bound in the Schöner Sammelband.
-  Sheet 6 appears to be a proof copy and was laid in after the Sammelband was bound.
-  All sheets except for sheet 6 annotated in ink and red ink by Johann Schöner.
-  All sheets bear a watermark of a triple pointed crown.
-  Sheet 9 has a paper patch within a shield covering over corrections.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Provenance: Gift of Jay I. Kislak Foundation.
Medium
1 map on 12 sheets ; 128 x 233 cm, sheets 46 x 63 cm or smaller
Call Number/Physical Location
G1015 .S43 1517
Source Collection
Schöner Sammelband,
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g3200m.gct00046
Library of Congress Control Number
2016586433
Online Format
image
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2016586433
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Chicago citation style:

Waldseemüller, Martin, Cartographer, Johann Schöner, and Jay I. Kislak Collection. Carta marina navigatoria Portvgallen navigationes, atqve tocius cogniti orbis terre marisqve formam natvram sitvs et terminos nostris temporibvs recognitos et ab antiqvorum traditione differentes, eciam qvor vetvsti non meminervnt avtores, hec generaliter indicat. [Strasbourg, France?: publisher not identified, 1516] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/2016586433/.

APA citation style:

Waldseemüller, M., Schöner, J. & Jay I. Kislak Collection. (1516) Carta marina navigatoria Portvgallen navigationes, atqve tocius cogniti orbis terre marisqve formam natvram sitvs et terminos nostris temporibvs recognitos et ab antiqvorum traditione differentes, eciam qvor vetvsti non meminervnt avtores, hec generaliter indicat. [Strasbourg, France?: publisher not identified] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2016586433/.

MLA citation style:

Waldseemüller, Martin, Cartographer, Johann Schöner, and Jay I. Kislak Collection. Carta marina navigatoria Portvgallen navigationes, atqve tocius cogniti orbis terre marisqve formam natvram sitvs et terminos nostris temporibvs recognitos et ab antiqvorum traditione differentes, eciam qvor vetvsti non meminervnt avtores, hec generaliter indicat. [Strasbourg, France?: publisher not identified, 1516] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016586433/>.

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