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- Salamanca, Antonio, -1562 and Salamanca, Antonio, d. 1562
- Romæ : Ant. Lafreri exc., [ca. 1564].
Relief shown pictorially. A very close copy of the world map of Mercator, published in Louvain in 1538.
- World maps—Early works to 1800, Geography—Early works to 1800, and World maps—1564
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