Chart of Mediterranean Sea, with part of the Black Sea by Placido Caloiro y Oliva

Chart of Mediterranean Sea, with part of the Black Sea

Placido Caloiro y Oliva

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Chart of Mediterranean Sea, with part of the Black Sea by Placido Caloiro y Oliva zoom

Chart of Mediterranean Sea, with part of the Black Sea

This is a 'Portulan' or 'Portolan' chart. These charts originated in the Mediterranean in the thirteenth century and take their name from the written sailing directions, 'portolani', which they supplemented and superseded. They were drawn and painted on vellum, using a network of intersecting rhumb (direction) lines radiating out from compass roses. Characteristic features include place names tightly packed onto the coast, together with flags and banners and vignettes of cities.
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Original size: 680 mm x 430 mm

  • Image reference: K0997

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