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Taboas geraes de toda a navegação /

Taboas geraes de toda a navegação /



Relief shown pictorially.
LC Luso-Hispanic World, 8
Orientation varies.
Pen-and-ink and watercolor.
Preface (4 p.) and last map created and added in 1692 by Don Francisco de Seixas y Lovera.
Some staining and acid-transfer throughout.
Bound in white paper in 1983.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

1630 Portuguese map of Asia, with a special focus on Portuguese colonies and trade routes. The title translates to: "General tables of all the navigation, divided and corrected by D. Jeronimo de Ataide, with all the ports and conquests of Portugal delineated by Joao Teixeira, cosmographer of His Majesty, the Year 1630." Taboas geraes de toda a navegação, divididas e emendadas por Dom Ieronimo de Attayde com todos os portos principaes das conquistas de Portugal delineadas por Ioão Teixeira cosmographo de Sua Magestade, anno de 1630





Albernaz, João Teixeira, active 1602-1648.
Attayde, Jeronimo de.
Seixas y Lovera, Francisco de.


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