Virginiae Item et Floridae Americae Provinciarum, nova Descriptio, 1601?
Scope and Contents
The collection contains 26 maps of the New World, dating 1541-1778, which illustrate the progression of European geographic knowledge about Virginia and North America from the 16th through the 18th centuries
- Creation: 1601?
- Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1612 (Creator, Person)
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1 Sheets : 1 map recto ; hand colored ; text verso ; 49 x 34 cm, on sheet 58 x 46 cm
Language of Materials
Materials Specific Details
Not drawn to scale. Relief shown pictorially. Includes two ornamental cartouches ; cartouche in the lower right corner reads: "Medius Meridianus est 300, reli: qui ad hunc inclinantur pro ratione 30. & 37, parallelorum." (That the middle meridian of the region is 300 degress, and the latitude extends from 30 degrees to 37 degrees.) ; cartouche in the upper left corner depicts two oval insets illustrating villages of Florida and Virginia on either side of title, reads: "Civitatum Floride imitatio." and "Civitatum Virginiae forma". Oriented north to the top.Includes illustrations. Text on verso.
Amsterdam : Jodocus Hondius, 1601?