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Scope and content
This elegantly engraved world map carries the same title and quote from Cicero at the bottom as an earlier map by Ortelius.
Conditions of access
Original can be viewed in the presence o
f an early cartographic archivist. Microfiche version is open
25 Item no. assigned by LAC 25
Credit: Library and Archives Canada.
Cartographer: Langren, Arnold Florent van, 1580-1644 .
Four corners of border contain four medallions depicting the four continents : Europe, Asia, America & Africia.
Ilustrated with decorative border, ships, sea monsters and birds.
The following quote from Cicero appears along the bottom portion of the map: " Qvid ei potest videri magnum in rebus Humanis, cui aeter nitas omnis, totiusque mundi nota sit magnitudo".
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Citation / reference note
Richard B. Arkway Inc, Fine Antique Maps, Altases, Globes and Voyage Books, Catalogue 54, Entry 25
Availability of other formats note
World - Maps - Early works to 1600 .
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