Quarta Asiae tabula

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Description

Alternative title Qvarta Asiae tabvla
Alternative title Secunda Asiae tabula
Alternative title Secvnda Asiae tabvla
Type of resource cartographic
Form electronic
Extent 1 map : 30 x 47 cm
Place [Venedig [Venice]
Publisher Iacobus Pentius de leucho
Publication date 1511]
Issuance monographic
Language Latin
Map data Scale [ca. 1:3,300,000] ; E 30°21'00"--E 39°23'00"/N 37°32'00"--N 27°13'00").

Creators/Contributors

Cartographer Silvani, Bernardo
Associated with Ptolemy, active 2nd century
Printer Pencio, Jacopo, cactive 1486-1530

Subjects

Subject Asia > Maps > Early works to 1800
Subject Middle East > Maps > Early works to 1800
Subject Palestine > Maps > Early works to 1800
Genre Map

Bibliographic information

Note Relief shown pictorially.
Note Title at top in decorative banner.
Note Imprint taken from atlas.
Note Trapezoid.
Note Text printed in black and red.
Note Appears in Ptolemy's Claudius Ptolemaeus geographia, Venice, 1511.
Note Appears in Ptolemy's Claudii Ptholemaei Alexandrini Liber geographiae cum tabulis et uniuersali figura : et cum additione locorum quae a recentioribus reperta sunt diligenti cura emendatus et impressus, Venice, 1511.
Local note This copy includes only left half of Quarta Asiae tabula; right half appears to be Secunda Asiae tabula (2 halves pasted together).
Local note Torn on bottom of sheet.
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