Maps

A map does not just chart, it unlocks and formulates meaning; it forms bridges between here and there, between disparate ideas that we did not know were previously connected.

Reif Larsen

 

De L’Isle Map of North America, 1708

 

 

Double Hemisphere Map, George Louis Le Rouge, 1744

 

 

Ancient Rome, 1602

 

 

Cheonhado, Korea, 1800

 

 

Planisphere Celeste Meridionale, 1705

 

 

A plan of Boston and its Environs, Sir Thomas Hyde Page, 1776

 

 

Map of the Northern Sky,1515

 

 

Map of the Ten Thousand Countries of the Earth (Kunyu wanguo quantu), 1602

 

 

Ortelius’s Map of the World, 1564

 

 

Al-Idrisi’s World Map, 1154

 

 

Leo Belgicus by Hondius & Gerritsz, 1630

 

 

World Map, 150 AD, Claudius Ptolemy

 

 

Da Ming Hun Yi Tu (Amalgamated Map of the Ming Empire), 1389

 

 

Sancai Tuhui World Map, 1607

 

 

Antique Maps of the World Double Hemisphere Map, George Louis Le Rouge, 1744

 

 

Ancient Mappe Of Fairyland, 1918

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Map of Africa, Willem Blaeu, 1640

 

 

Hemi Scenographican Australe Andreas Cellarius, 1708

 

 

War Map of Europe, 1914, Daily Mail

 

 

Pietro Vesconte mappamundi, 1320

 

 

Mappe Monde, Jean Baptiste Nolin, 1755

 

 

Mongol Dominions 1300-1405, William Shepherd (1923-26)

 

 

Missionary Map of the World, 1878

 

 

Psalter World Map, 1265

 

 

 

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