Austria: Vienna, 1561 (Theatrum orbis terrarum; series of atlases in facsimile. 6th series) (Latin Edition) download epub
by Wolfgang Lazius
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com: Austria Vienna 1561: Folio. including an engraved page and 12 maps. Wolfgang Lazius was the most important Austrian cartographer in the 16th century. The work here reproduced in facsimile constitutes the first printed Atlas of Austria. AT7. We specialize in fine books in collectible condition.
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Atlas) Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Publication Place, Date
Atlas) Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Publication Place, Date. The atlas was first published in 1570 in Antwerp, and it was published consistently until 1612.
He composed some of the most influential map series of the Middle Ages. His atlas represents the crowning of his most important work
He composed some of the most influential map series of the Middle Ages. His atlas represents the crowning of his most important work. The Ortelius Atlas was funded by Gillis Hooftman, an Antwerp merchant, banker, and ship-owner. In contrast to his colleagues, Ortelius clearly referenced the sources of his maps and texts.
Published 1972 by Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.
Theatrum Orbis Terrarum is considered to be the first true modern atlas. Written by Abraham Ortelius, strongly encouraged by Gillis Hooftman and originally printed on 20 May 1570 in Antwerp, it consisted of a collection of uniform map sheets and supporting text bound to form a book for which copper printing plates were specifically engraved. The Ortelius atlas is sometimes referred to as the summary of sixteenth-century cartography.
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Blaeu's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1635) in 2-volumes. Willem Blaeu's Atlas production. Blaeu brought out his first atlas in 1630. With this publication a new trend in Amsterdam atlas publication began, characterized by competition with Janssonius, Hondius and an increase in the number of maps. Blaeu's first atlas was the "Atlas Appendix sive Pars Altera", a modest atlas without text and with only 60 maps. A year later he published a second "Appendix" with Latin text and almost 100 maps.