Citation
Nova Hispania, Nova Galicia, Gvatimala

Material Information

Title:
Nova Hispania, Nova Galicia, Gvatimala
Alternate title:
Nova Hispania, Nova Galicia, Guatimala
Creator:
Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683 ( cartographer )
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676
Dapper, Olfert, 1635 or 1636-1689
Language:
Latin
Edition:
[State 1]
Physical Description:
1 map : color ; 28 x 35.3 cm, on sheet 39.8 x 46.5 cm
Scale:
10000000
Scale approximately 1:10,000,000

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- New Spain ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Mexico ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Central America ( lcsh )
Maps -- Early works to 1800 -- Caribbean Area ( lcsh )
New Spain ( fast )
Caribbean Area ( fast )
Central America ( fast )
Mexico ( fast )
Genre:
Portolan charts. ( fast )
Early maps. ( fast )
Early works. ( fast )
Maps. ( fast )
Early maps. ( lcgft )
Portolan charts. ( lcgft )
single map ( marcgt )
Portolan charts ( fast )
Early maps ( fast )
Early works ( fast )
Maps ( fast )
Early maps ( lcgft )
Portolan charts ( lcgft )
Coordinates:
30 x -107, 7 x -107, 7 x -86, 30 x -86 ( Map Coverage )

Notes

Citation/Reference:
Shirley, R.W. Maps in British atlases,
Citation/Reference:
Burden, Philip D. Mapping of North America,
Citation/Reference:
Phillips. Maps of America,
Citation/Reference:
Sabin,
Citation/Reference:
ESTC,
Additional Physical Form:
Print version record.
System Details:
System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software.
General Note:
Copper engraving, hand colored.
General Note:
Relief shown pictorially.
General Note:
Shows Mexico, Central America and extends northwards into Texas and along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Shows the Rio Grande as the "R. de Palmas" and "B. Spiritu Santo" representing the Mississippi River.
General Note:
Title and three scale bars in decorative cartouche with scene of three Native Americans trading with a Spanish explorer.
General Note:
Montanus re-worked the plates of the earlier version by Hessel Gerritsz. Differences include adding the cartouche scene, rhumb lines and removing the north, south, east and west text along the borders of the map.
General Note:
Compass rose and rhumb lines in lower center.
General Note:
Geographic coordinates estimated and converted to Greenwich.
General Note:
Appears in: John Ogilby's America being the latest and most accurate description of the new world... / London : printed by the author, 1671 ; Arnoldus Montanus' De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld / Amsterdam : Jacob Meurs, 1670-1671 ; Olfert Dapper's Unbekante Neue Welt, oder Beschreibung des Welt-teils Amerika / Zu Amsterdam : Jacob von Meurs, 1673--(cf. Burden).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
on10043 ( NOTIS )
1004377279 ( OCLC )
035377452 ( ALEPH )
on1004377279
Classification:
G3292.N4 1671 .M6 ( lcc )

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