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Eastern Asia, in a miniature atlas map by Matthias Quad, from 'Geographisch Handtbuch' (Cologne, Johann Bussemacher, 1600), with modern hand coloring: *the whole map*; *northwest* (shown above); *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

"Asia," from the same atlas: *the whole map*; *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

Persia, from the same atlas: *the whole map*; *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

The world, from the same atlas: *the whole map*; *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*; also:

  • Africa*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
  • France*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
  • Spain and Portugal*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
  • North America*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
  • South America*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
Date beyond 1600
Author Matthias Quad


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