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...Map of West African coast (noted as "Ginea Portogalexe", or Portuguese Guinea) by an anonymous cartographer (often attributed to Christoforo Soligo). Part of a Portolano, containing thirty-five charts, on a plane scale, each 1 f. 9in. X l...
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...A full page "mappa mundi" with colour wash in grey, green and orange. Collection of folios containing a collection of texts possibly copied at Canterbury in the mid-11th century, with later additions. Apart from the added Vita metrica...
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...A coloured map of the world, drawn on vellum on a plane scale, to illustrate the description of Pius II...
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...f.4v - Section of an illustrated itinerary to Jerusalem, showing the cities of Damascus, Antioch and Acre; f.5r - Section of an illustrated itinerary to Jerusalem, showing the ending of the journey in Jerusalem and the Holy Land...
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...East Mediterranean and Black Sea. West Mediterranean and Atlantic Coast. Part of a Portolano, containing thirty-five charts, on a plane scale, each 1 f. 9in. X l f. 4in., executed by different Venetian artists about 1489. On vellum...
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...Drawing of a blessing Christ and two censing angels above a remarkably detailed map of the world. Jerusalem is in the centre, the Red Sea is coloured red, and depictions of mythical monstrous races are arranged along the lower right-hand...
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...Section of an illustrated itinerary to Jerusalem, showing the journey from London to Apulia. Part of the itinerary from London to Jerusalem, including the City of Rome, Matthew Paris; [Itinerary from London to the Holy Land with images...
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...A coloured map of the world, according to the ideas of Arabian geographers (from the 'Silos Apocalypse'). Part of Beatus of Liebana, Commentary of the Apocalypse...
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...Detail of a miniature of a map of the world divided on three parts, Europe, Asia, and Africa, at the beginning of book 15 of De Proprietatibus Rerum by Bartholomaeus Anglicus, translated by Jean Corbechon...