Africae nova tabula / auct. Jud. Hondio.



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Africae nova tabula / auct. Jud. Hondio.
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Amstelodami : Joannis Janssonii, 1630.
1 map ; 46 x 56 cm.
Relief shown pictorially.
Border includes views of 12 African cities and examples of local costumes, while the map includes illustrations of flying fish and sea monsters on the ocean and animals on the continent.
The title cartouche includes vines bearing fruit and a face, while the author cartouche has two young children, a skull within a clock topped with a bell, and the date 1623.
From "Atlantis maioris appendix", Johannes Janssonius, 1630.
Map Data
Scale [ca. 1:24,000,000] (W 26°35'00"-- E 60°33'00"/N 37°57'00"-- S 34°58'00").
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a 24000000 W0263500 E0603300 N0375700 S0345800
Local note
Accession no. 10243.
Manuscript no. 4 of 34 sheets numbered to "62."
From the "Manuscript Style 2 (Ms2)" set of the Vignaud map collection.
Conservation job no. 2013.003.
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