Romagna olim Flaminia

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Type of resource cartographic
Form electronic; map
Extent 1 map : engraving ; 37 x 49 cm
Place [Antwerp]
Publisher [publisher not identified]
Publication date [1608]
Issuance monographic
Language Latin
Map data Scale [ca. 1:300,000] ; ; E 10°41'00"--E 12°42'00"/N 45°57'00"--N 43°57'00").

Creators/Contributors

Cartographer Magini, Giovanni Antonio, 1555-1617
Cartographer Bonifacio, Giovanni, 1547-1635
Cartographer Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598
Printer Vrients, Jan Baptista, 1552-1612

Subjects

Subject Europe > Maps > Early works to 1800
Subject Romagna (Italy) > Maps > Early works to 1800
Genre Map

Bibliographic information

Statement of responsibility auctore Ioan. Antonio Magino.
Note Relief shown pictorially.
Note Bar scale on map given in "Scala milliarium"; 10 Miliarium [= 6 cm].
Note Imprint taken from atlas.
Note Inset map: Rhodiginae Peninsulae descriptio: / auctore Gaspare Bonifacio, 11 x 17 cm.
Note From Ortelius' Theatrum orbis terrarum, 1608.
Local note P. 93 on verso, and text: "Romanula sive Romaniola." and "Polesina sev Peninsula Rhodigina."
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