3 edition of Speculum orbis terrarum. found in the catalog.
Speculum orbis terrarum.
Gerard de Jode
|Other titles||Speculum orbis terrarum.|
|Statement||Antwerpen, 1578. With an introd. by R.A. Skelton,|
|Series||Theatrum orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile -- 2d ser., v.2., Theatrum orbis terrarum; series of atlases in facsimile -- 2nd ser., v. 2.|
|Contributions||Skelton, R. A. 1906-1970.|
|LC Classifications||G1015 .J6 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv,  p.|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||66000437|
First published in May , Ortelius’ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World) is considered to be the first atlas, defined by the U.S. Library of Congress as “a collection of uniform map sheets and sustaining text bound to form a book.” The original Latin edition of the Theatrum was composed of 70 maps on 53 sheets with the accompanying explanatory : Robert Longley. For some time I considered "Orbus Terrarum" to be of ambient genre, but then I realised it really wasn't a piece to relax to. It demands attention. It swirls and waves and bubbles and grows before your eyes like a living organism. Both airy and dense, liquid and solid, this album is one of a kind. I'm just not sure about "Slug Dub"/5().
METELLUS, Johannes (also Jean MATAL, c). Speculum orbis terrae. Oberursel: Sutor, First edition of one of the rarest early world atlases by one of the modern masters of cosmography, read by Walter Ralegh and his contemporaries along with the works of Mercator, Ortelius, Muenster and Merula. Minute details of a vast array of provinces are displayed, in . Antwerp: Plantin, Theatrum orbis terrarum. - Parergon, sive veteris geographiae aliquot tabulae. - Nomenclator Ptolemaicus. Antwerp: Plantin, Fourth edition. Three parts in one volume, the first with a clear division into 3 parts: the atlas itself, the Parergon and the Nomenclator.
Second edition from de Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum issued in The map was drawn up by Cornelis in November , and printed by his father Gerard. The first edition of the Speculum was published by Gerard in , in competition with Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Unfortunately it failed to make the same popular impact, and. English: Engravings from Civitates Orbis Terrarum., most of them carved by Frans Hogenberg, some by his son Abraham Hogenberg, Simon van den Neuwel, Georg Hoefnagel, Daniel Frese, Jacob van Deventer, Sebastian Münster, and Johannes were edited by Georg Braun in six volumes to Please note that multiple copies of the same engravings are intentional, since Author: Georg Braun.
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III A/B: Ortelius's Theatrum orbis terrarum, De Jode's Speculum orbis terrarum, The Epitome, Caert-thresoor and Atlas minor, The atlases of the XVII provinces, and other atlases published in the Low Countries up to c.
Speculum Orbis Terrarum (Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Second Series, Volume II) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Speculum Orbis Terrarum (Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Second Series, Volume II). Speculum Orbis Terrae ("Mirror of the World") was an atlas published by Cornelis de Jode in Antwerp in The atlas was largely a continuation of unfinished.
book Speculum orbis terrarum, Antwerpen Gerard De Jode, R. A Skelton Published in in Amsterdam by Theatrum orbis terrarumCited by: 1. Speculum orbis terrarum, G. de Jode ; with an introduction by R.A. Skelton., Toronto Public Speculum orbis terrarum.
book. OCLC Number: Notes: Facsim. of the Amsterdam University Library copy. The "Speculum" ( p.) consists of 2 pts., of which the second has with title: Specvlvm geographicvm totivs Germaniae Imperivm repraesentans.
His most outstanding work was his atlas 'Speculum Orbis Terrarum' - the present work - published in De Jode intended it as competition for Ortelius' 'Theatrum'. The two, who made their living partly as map sellers, were competitors and apparently not always on good terms.
Facsimile of the extremely rare original atlas () considered by many to be as cartographically important as Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum of This is the second series, volume II, in a Series of Atlases in Facsimile published by Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., consisting of 64 double-page maps and a bibliographical note by R.A.
Skelton. Jode, Gerard de. Speculum orbis terrarum, Antwerpen, / G. de Jode ; with an introduction by R.A. Skelton Published for the World Publishing Company, Cleveland and New York ; Theatrvm Orbis Terrarvm Amsterdam.
Wikipedia Citation. Relief shown pictorially. Colophon: 20 Mai Catalogus auctorum includes 87 names. T.p. verso blank. Includes 53 map sheets, with descriptive text on verso. Staining from pigment on facing pages. Blank leaves inserted between map sheets. Front cover displays the name and arms of Jean, comte de Hoya, bishop of Münster and Osnabrück ().
Phillips, Koeman, C. Atlantes Neerlandici. Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici. New Edition. Vol. III (2 Vols.): Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, de Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum, the Epitome, Published in the Low Countries Up to C.
[Krogt, Peter C J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici. New Edition. Vol. III (2 Vols.): Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, de Jode's Speculum Orbis Author: Peter C J Krogt.
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0 Reviews. What people are saying. van der Krogt, ed., Koeman’s Atlantes Neerlandici, vol. 3: Ortelius’s Theatrum orbis terrarum, De Jode’s Speculum orbis terrarum, the Epitome, Caert-Thresoor and Atlas minor; the atlases of the XVII Provinces, and other atlases published in the Low Countries up to c (‘t Goy-Houten, ).
His most important work was the atlas ‘Speculum Orbis Terrarum’, first published in with text by Daniel Cellarius. It was designed to compete with Abraham Ortelius’ atlas, 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum’, which had been published eight years earlier.
Ortelius had obtained a monopoly which prevented earlier publication, and used. New ed., 't Goy-Houten: HES, vol. III: ‘Ortelius’s Theatrum orbis terrarum, De Jode’s Speculum orbis terrarum, the Epitome, Caert-thresoor and Atlas minor, the atlases of the XVII Provinces, and other atlases published in the Low Countries up to c.
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From the “Speculum Orbis Terrarum,” Antwerp, : Amelia Carolina Sparavigna. Ortelius' Theatrum, De Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum, the Epitome, Caert-Thresoor and Atlas Minor, the Atlases of the XVII Provinces, and other atlases published in.
• Vol. III. Ortelius' Theatrum, De Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrarum, the Epitome, Caert-Thresoor and Atlas Minor, the Atlases of the XVII Provinces, and other atlases published in the Low Countries up to c. • Vol. Town atlases • Vol. IV-A. The Galérie agréable du monde by Pieter van der Aa ().
OML Barcode Title: Speculum Orbis terrarum [title page vI], Speculum Geographicum Totius Germaniae [title page vII] Description: Author: Jode, Gerard de, d. Verified Date: * AccessionNumber: SM Reference: Atlantes Jod. 1, PhillipsSabinAlden /45 Physical Description: N/A Comments: 2 pts.
in 1 v.: 67 col. double maps 41 cm. Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World) is considered the first true atlas in the modern sense: a collection of uniform map sheets and sustaining 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.Speculum Orbis Terrae ("Mirror of the World"), was an atlas published by Cornelis de Jode in Antwerp The atlas was largely a continuation of his father's (Gerard de Jode's) unfinished works at his death in Contemporary scholars consider many of de Jode's maps to be superior both in detail and style to those of the competing atlas of the time Theatrum Orbis Terrarum by Ortelius.the Orbis Imago.
It was published in Antwerp, by the publisher Gerard De Jode (who continued to print it, inserting it, in another engraving, in his Speculum orbis terrarum, pict.
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