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Slide set: [Manchester Geographical Society Collection: maps -- antique maps] (lecture: privately made, at least 17 slides, n.d.)

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G. Mercator's Double Cordiform Map of the World (1538) Southern Hemisphere
Map of Southern Hemisphere by Cornelius de Judaeis, 1593
Map of the World by Ortelius, Southern Part
Map of the World by G. Mercator (1587), S. Hemisphere / Ortelius (1570)
Descelier's Map of the World (1550)
Cl. Ptolemy 'Geography' 1562, Map 26
Cl. Ptolemy 'Geography' 1562, Map 25
Cl. Ptolemy 'Geography' 1562, Map 2
Cl. Ptolemy 'Geography' 1562, Map 3
Jean Rotz, Outline Map of South Asia and Australia (1542)
[Map of Indian Ocean]
[Map of Eastern Indian Ocean]
Reduced facsimile of part of Desceller's Map of the World (1550)
'Cosmographie Universelle' par Professor Phillipe, Angers, 1768
From System of Universal Geography, G.A. Cooke, ?1800
Fac-simile of Jean Rotz's Map of Australia (1542)
Map of South Polar Continent (from Wytfliet's Descriptionis Ptolemaicae Augmentum), 1597
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Lucerna ID  3010651

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 11 March 2020

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