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L'ISOLE PIV FAMOSE DEL MONDO DESCRITTE DA THOMASO PORCACCHI DACASTIGLIONE ...GIROLAMO PORRO PADOVANO


PORCACCHI DA CASTIGLIONE, THOMASO, 1576
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An early Italian atlas describing "the most famous islands" of both the old and new worlds. Accompanying the island views are a map of North America and city maps including Venice and the newly discovered Mexico City . A detailed world map can be found towards the end of the book, followed by another world map with rhumb lines and other navigational aids.

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Map Group Information

Full Atlas Title:

 L'ISOLE PIV FAMOSE DEL MONDO DESCRITTE DA THOMASO PORCACCHI DACASTIGLIONE ...GIROLAMO PORRO PADOVANO

Country/Location:

 HaitiCubaJamaicaMadagascarPuerto RicoIndiaIndonesia, IcelandUnited KingdomSwedenIrelandIreland, NetherlandsNetherlandsSpainItalyGreeceCyprusTurkeyMexicoDominican Republic, United KingdomBelgium

Continent/Location:

 

Publish Date:

 1576

Publisher:

 PORCACCHI DA CASTIGLIONE, THOMASO

Number Maps in the Atlas:

 180


Source Institution


Osher Map Library Smith Center For Cartographic Education

Souce Media

Original Document