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Imprint in Atlantic Ocean
Terrestrial table globe. Geographical details on the sphere are the same as Blaeu GLB0100. There are loxodromes for 32 compass points. The Strait of Ie Maire is labelled 'Strate van le Maire'. A hypothetical southern continent is drawn and labelled 'TERRA AUSTRALIS INCOGNITA MAGALLANICA'. There are numerous decorations, including animals in North and South America and Africa, nomads in Asia, cannibals in Brazil and birds in the southern continent. There is a large decorative group with Neptune just above the equator, and many ships in the oceans.
Jan Jansz van Ceulen
- Image reference: D7397_2
- Caird (formerly Mensing) Collection, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London