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A view of the world in divers projections
- Harris, John
- London : Printed and sold by Iohn Garret at his shop next the stayres of ye Royall Exchange in Cornhill ... , [ca. 1697]
- World map on an oval projection. Relief shown pictorially. Includes ancillary maps of the two polar hemispheres and and a twin-hemispherical world map. Includes 10 astronomical diagrams: Ptolemy's system -- Copernic system -- Tycho's system -- The face of the sun / by Fa. Kircher -- Saturn / by Mr. Hook -- Mars / by Cassini -- Jupiter / by Mr. Hook -- The face of the moon -- The sun enlightening the earth -- The sun enlightening the moon, the moon enlightening the earth. Above neat line of map: This projection by equidistant meridians & parallels shews the naturall bearing, distance & proportion of countryes more exactly then that wherein ye distance of the meridians & parallels differ as they do in the stereographick projections, as may be seen above by the two smaller hemispheres.
- World maps—Early works to 1800 and World maps—1697
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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