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Atlas terestris.

Robert Morden

Atlas terestris.

by Robert Morden

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Published in (London .
Written in English


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Pagination78 plates ;
Number of Pages78
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Open LibraryOL21427212M

Mercator's Atlas () 17th century. Atlas Novus (Blaeu, Netherlands, –; edition at UCLA) Dell'Arcano del Mare (England/Italy, –) Cartes générales de toutes les parties du monde (France, –) Klencke Atlas (; world's largest book) Atlas Maior (Blaeu, Netherlands, –) Atlante Veneto (Coronelli. Atlas Terrestris: or a Book of Mapps of all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms, Regions, in the whole World. London: John Seller, [no date]. Small 8° ( x 94mm). 82 double-page engraved maps, coloured in outline, 40 engraved plates and views, including 36 double-page, 3 folding and one plate with a volvelle, one additional double-page map.

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  Teddy Atlas has led a storied life and spares no details in this book (I almost wrote "pulls no punches" but I'll save the corniness for another review). Atlas came from an upper-middle class Jewish family, headed by a father who was a doctor more devoted to his patients than to the care of his wife and children/5(39).   The first modern atlas was printed in by Abraham Ortelius, a Flemish cartographer and geographer. It was called Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, or Theater of the was the first book of maps with images that were uniform in size and design.


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Atlas Terrestris: or a Book of Mapps of all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms, Regions, Dominions, Principalities, and Countreys in the whole World.

Accommodated With a Brief Description of the Nature and Quality of each particular Countrey. Author SELLER, John Publisher John Seller, Publication place London, Publication date [c]. Price. Atlas Terrestris or a Book of Maps, of all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms, Regions, Dominions, Principalities, and Countreys in the Whole World.

Accomodated with a Brief Description, of the nature and Quality of each particular Countrey. By John Seller Hydrographer to the. Atlas terrestris, or, A book of mapps: of all the empires, monarchies, kingdoms, regions, dominions, principalities and countreys in the whole world: accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each perticular [sic] countrey.

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Atlas terrestris, or, A book of mapps [microform]: of all the empires, monarchies, kingdoms, regions, dominions, principalities and countreys in the whole world: accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each perticular [sic] countrey.

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out of 5 stars 1, Spiral-bound. ATLAS is an early access pirate MMO survival game from Grapeshot Games, a studio made up of members of the ARK: Survival Evolved development team.

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This durable, easy-to-use atlas includes up-to-date topographic maps, a comprehensive road network, informative recreation guides, and a. Well, not if they have this picture atlas, which takes readers on a cartoon-illustrated tour of the world, cramming lots of child-friendly facts on the thematically organised pages.£, Among the books is Christopher Colles' Survey of the Roads, ; John Speed's A Prospect of the World, and ; John Seller's Atlas Terrestris/Atlas Minimus, ; Thornton's The English Pilot, the Fourth Book [America], and ; Mitchell's map of British Dominions, ; George Willdey's composite atlas, ca.

; William. Atlas terrestris, or, a book of mapps, of all the empires, monarchies, kingdoms, regions, dominions, principalities, and countreys in the whole world: accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each perticular countrey.

Map by John Seller, Geography and Map Division. An atlas is a collection of maps; it is typically a bundle of maps of Earth or a region of Earth. Atlases have traditionally been bound into book form, but today many atlases are in multimedia formats.

The book’s engraved frontispiece and title page by Tobias Lobeck after G. Eichler are followed by maps that are dense with information. Title page and vignette, in Atlas Minimus or a New Set of Pocket Maps of the Several Empires, Kingdoms and States of the Known World, with Historical Extracts Relative to Each.

from Atlas terrestris, or, A book of mapps of all the empires, monarchies, kingdomes, regions, dominions, principalities, and countreys in the whole world: accomodated with a brief description of the nature and quality of each particular countrey / by Iohn Seller, hydrographer to.

Among the books is Christopher Colles' Survey of the Roads, ; John Speed's A Prospect of the World, and ; John Seller's Atlas Terrestris/Atlas Minimus, ; Thornton's The English Pilot, the Fourth Book [America]and ; Mitchell's map of British Dominions, ; George Willdey's composite atlas, ca.

; William. Mythology. Atlas (mythology), an Ancient Greek Titanic deity who held up the celestial sphere Atlas, the first legendary king of Atlantis and further variant of the mythical Titan; Atlas of Mauretania, a legendary king of Mauretania and variant of the mythical Titan; Places Extraterrestrial.

Atlas (crater) Atlas (moon), a moon of Saturn Atlas (star), also designated 27 Tauri, a triple star. An atlas is a book of maps. It may be a road atlas, showing highways and roads, or it might be a thematic atlas, showing maps about climate, migration, stars, food, and other topics.

An atlas has. BOOKS: Christopher Colles’s Survey of the Roads, ; John Speed’s A Prospect of the World, and ; John Seller’s Atlas Terrestris / Atlas Minimus, ; Thornton’s The English Pilot, the Fourth Book [America]and Phillips, Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

Includes index. Some plates engraved by Johannes van Loon. In addition to the 29 plates specified in the table of contents, there is an additional plate between plates 4 and 5, an additional plate between plates 19 and 3 additional plates following plate Rebound and conserved 7/Atlas, in Greek mythology, son of the Titan Iapetus and the Oceanid Clymene (or Asia) and brother of Prometheus (creator of humankind).

In Homer’s Odyssey, Book I, Atlas seems to have been a marine creature who supported the pillars that held heaven and earth apart. These were thought to rest in the sea immediately beyond the most western horizon, but later the name of Atlas was transferred.