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Orbis vetus, et orbis veteris utraque continens, terrarum q3 tractus Arcticus, et Antarcticus
- Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667, Mortier, Pierre, 1661-1711, and Cóvens et Mortier
- Apud P. Mortier
Auctore N. Sanson Abbavillaeo, et Christianiss. Galliar Regis Geographo. California shown as an unlabeled island with flat northern coast. Depicts small islands between California and the North American continent. The western coast line shows a large indentation towards the middle of the island. Antarctica almost touches the southern coast of South America. Includes an unlabeled outline of New Zealand and Australia. Great Lakes not complete. Eastern hemisphere labeled as "Atlantis Insula Plato 111". Includes 3 wind charts. Octagonal at upper left titled "Ichnographia Turris Atticae octangulae; pro ventorum numero et plagis." Circle at upper center titled "Schema Dvode Cim Ventorvm" Circle at upper right titled "Schema Octo Ventorvm fecundum Graecos & Romanos". Inset map at bottom center titled "Veteris Orbis Climata Ex Strabone." Title statement in two lines above neatline. Number 7 barely visible in lower right corner. Appears in Nicolas Sanson's Atlases. Text in Latin.
- The Glen McLaughlin Map Collection of California as an Island
- World maps
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