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Spielmann, Jacob Reinhold

Bland arbeten.
Encyclopédie ou dictionnaire universel raisonné des connaissances humaines.

Lieutaud, Joseph

Bland arbeten.
Encyclopédie ou dictionnaire universel raisonné des connaissances humaines.

Keere, Pieter van den [Kaerius, Petrus]

1571-c. 1646.
Pieter van den Keere was one of a number of refugees who fled from religious persecution in the Low Countries between the years 1570 and 1 590. He moved to London in 1584 with his sister who married Jodocus Hondius, also a refugee there, and through Hondius he undoubtedly learned his skills as an engraver and cartographer. In the course of a long working life he engraved a large number of individual maps for prominent cartographers of the day but he also produced an Atlas of the Netherlands (1617-22) and county maps of the British Isles which have become known as Miniature Speeds, a misnomer which calls for some explanation.
In about 1599 he engraved plates for 44 maps of the English and Welsh counties, the regions of Scotland and the Irish provinces. The English maps were based on Saxton, the Scottish on Ortelius and the Irish on the famous map by Boazio. These maps were not published at once in book form but there is evidence which suggests a date of issue (in Amsterdam) between 1605 and 1610 although at

Ingermanlandiae – Homanns Erben 1734

Fjällskråp, Petasites frigidus - Lindman, C. A. M, Bilder ur Nordens Flora 1917-26.

Carta Marina
  • Björkbom, C - "En kort historik över Olaus Magnus Gothus... samt orienterande förklaringar till Carta Marina."
  • Blaisus (Påven Paulus III) - "Påven Paulus III:s tillståndsbevis för Olaus Magnus:"
  • Brenner, Oscar - "Die ächte Karte des Olaus Magnus vom Jahre 1539 nach dem Exemplar der Münchener Staatsbibliothek"
  • Collijn, Isak - "Olaus Magnus - Ett försök till karakteristik och några önskemål."
  • Magnus, Olaus - Carta Marina 1539.
    Olaus Magnus text till den berömda kartan "Carta Marina".
    Texten finns även på katalanska, spanska och engelska.
  • Magnus, Olaus - Olaus Magnus brev till Gustav Vasa, daterat Rom 1 maj 1554.
  • Munkhammar, Lars - "Hur Carta marina kom till Uppsala"
  • Sallander, Hans - "Olaus Magnus' Carta marina av år 1539. Några anteckningar i samband med ett nyupptäckt andra exemplar." - 1962.
  • TV-sänd intervjuv med Hans Sallander med anledning av återkomsten av Carta Marina till Sverige.
  • De Thorey, Roland. - Korta fakta om Olaus Magnus Carta Marina.
  • De Thorey, Roland. - Breves notas sobre la "Carta Marina" de Olaus Magnus.

  • Bureus karta över norden
  • Bäärnhielm, Göran - "Om kartan och dess upphovsmän."

  • Kartor och atlaser
  • Norra och Södra Kartverkets kartor samt konceptkartor. - Förteckning.
  • Sverige - Svenska kartrariteter under trehundra år, 1500-1800.
  • Svenska stadskartor. - Ljunggren m.fl. Förteckning.
  • "General hydrographisk Chart-book öfwer Östersiön, och Katte-gatt." - Petter Gedda.
  • Ehrensvärd, Ulla - "Chart-Book öfver Öster-Siön och Katte-Gatt."
  • "A Compleat Sett of New Charts." - Sr John Norris
  • Gehlin, Åke - "Fulväderjacks spionkartor". Sir John Norris.
  • "Atlas Vsego Baltijskago Morja." - Nagaev
  • "Atlas of the Gulf of Finland." - Spafarieff
  • "Sweriges Sjö-Atlas." - Gustaf af Klint
  • Lundquist, Björn. - Sex exemplar av Gustaf af Klints Sveriges sjöatlas.

  • Bilder och planschverk
  • Heraldik och genealogi - Tersmedens handmålade vapensköldar samt graverade Tysk-Baltiska.
  • "Sveriges Industri, dess Stormän och Befrämjare" - 1890-1910. Planschförteckning.
  • "Suecia Antiqua" - Erik Dahlberg. Planschförteckning.
  • "Fordna och närvarande Sverige" - Thersner. Planschförteckning.
  • Botanik. - Besler och Lindman. Planschförteckning.

  • Teckenförklaringar
  • Sverige - Ekonomiska och Topografiska kartor. - 1872. [bild]
  • Sverige - Ekonomiska och Topografiska kartor. - 1900. [bild]
  • Övriga artiklar
  • Abrahamsson, Åke - "Två stockholmsutsikter från 1570-talet av Franz Hogenberg".
  • Bagrow, Leo - Aleksei Ivanovich Nagaev, Russian admiral 1704-1781.
  • Bagrow, Leo - Italiens insatser inom skandinavisk kartografi.
  • Bagrow, Leo - "Maps of the Neva river and adjacent areas in swedish archives."
  • Bagrow, Leo - "Vingboons' maps in Sweden"
  • Beatus världskarta.
  • Blaeu - "Short notice about some Blaeu atlases."
  • De Thorey, Roland - Kort introduktion till F. Boberg's "Svenska bilder".
  • "Svenska bilder" ur "Bobergiana, anteckningar av och om Anna och Ferdinand Boberg".
  • Upmark, Gustaf - Ferdinand Bobergs "Svenska bilder".
  • Svenska bilder i Anna och Ferdinand Bobergs fotspår - efter hundra år. - Extern länk, öppnas i nytt fönster.
  • Collijn, Isak - "Våra äldsta boktryckare."
  • Covens et Mortier - "Short notice about the Covens et Mortier edition of de l'Isle's map of America."
  • Ehrensvärd, Ulla - "Andreas Bureus: Gothia, utgiven 1649 av Joan Blaeu."
  • Ekström, Georg - Linné, Landskapsresorna och kartorna." [extern länk]
  • Enequist, Gerd - "De äldre ekonomiska kartorna i Mälarområdet"
  • Enequist, Gerd - short summary in English "The old economic maps in the Region of Mälaren"
  • Eriksson, Erik - ur "Sex berömda kartblad. En introduktion..."
  • Frölich Hans - Svenska vyer ur "Bröderna Elias och Johan Fredrik Martins gravyrer."
  • Hassler, Göran - Carl Larsson.
  • "Kommentar till... Harmonia Macrocosmica av Andreas Cellarius."
  • Krogt, Peter van der. - "The History of Globe Making."
  • Krogt, Peter van der. - "The Mapping of Mars."
  • Louwman, Peter J. K. - "Bibliography of atlases published in the Netherlands."
  • Marelius, Nils - "Beskrifning Til Chartan öfver Sjön Wenern." [PDF-fil, 14 Mb]
  • Marelius, Nils - "Beskrifning Til Chartan öfver de til Segelfarten tienlige Siöar och Strömmar imellan Götheborg och Norrköping." [PDF-fil, 30 Mb]
  • Niklasson, Bruno - "General Charta öfwer Stockholm med Malmarna 1733." - 2001.
  • Nya Dagligt Allehanda - "Stockholmare har enastående kartsamling i Europa." - 1935.
  • Olsson, Ulf - Sjömätningarna i Göteborgs skärgård och Bohuslän 1803-1805.
  • Propper, Gerold - "Något om tryckta ortskartor över Stockholm och deras bakgrund."
  • Rudbeck, Olof - Förkortningar av kartografer använda av Olof Rudbeck i "Atlantica".
  • "Saxa Loquunatur - Stenarna talar" - Lunds Universitetsbibliotek.
  • Strindberg, August - "Philipp Johann von Strahlenberg och hans karta öfver Asien".
  • Tallgren, Bruno - Ortelius, "SEPENTRIONALIUM REGIONUM DESCRIP. ANTVERPIAE 1570". - Ortelius karta över Norden. No. 45. i 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum'.
  • Tallström, Björn - Östgötakartor. [extern länk]

  • "Short notice about the Covens et Mortier edition of de l'Isle's map of America."

    Covers the continent of North America from the Baffin Bay southwards as far as the Spanish Main, westwards to Cape Mendocino, and eastwards to include the Azores and the Sargasso Sea.
    Cartographically this map is practically identical to De L’Isle’s map though the title cartouche has been moved to the upper left quadrant and the mile scales to the upper right with a new curtain motif frame. Tooley, in his Mapping of America considers this to be a foundational map and indeed it is one of the most influential maps to emerge from the De L’Isle workshop.

    Some consider this map to be one of the first to revert California to a peninsular state following the insular suppositions of the late 17th and early 18th centuries. However, this may be a misreading of the map. De L’Isle leaves the northern terminus of the Gulf of California open such that, though the form of California is suggestive of a peninsular state, should exploration prove the opposite, the cartographer was covered. On the west coast of California a false bay is notated though this may simply be a double mapping of the entrance to the Gulf of California. Further north along the coast San Diego, Seyo, Cape Mendocin, and Francis Drakes Port, and the English claim of New Albion are noted. Both Mexico and New Mexico are mapped with considerable sophistication with mines, indigenous peoples, mountains and river ways, and the missions of Santa Fe, Taos, and San Antonio de Senecu (El Paso) noted.

    The Mississippi valley is well developed and based upon the most advanced French information available at the time. The forts of St. Louis, Bon Secours are noted, as is the settlement of d’Iberville at Bilochy. Following the Mississippi north we fine the Great Lakes beautifully drawn on the Coronelli model. The French stronghold on the region is evident with forts at Tadousac, Quebec, Sorel, Montreal, and Frontenac identified.

    In an act of clear carto-advocacy De L’Isle confines the English colonies to the narrow strip of coastal lands east of the Alleghenies. The River and Fort of Kinibeki (Kennebec) is set as the northern border of English holdings in the region. Boston, Nantucket, Long Island, Manhattan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Jamestown, Roanoke, Charlestown, and St. Augustine, among others, are identified along the eastern seaboard.

    At sea there are a couple of elements of note. This is the first printed mapping of the Sargasso Sea, here identified as the “Mer de Sargasse” where Icy flottent des herbes mais en montre quantite. Along the Mexican and California coastline the routes of various navigators including Olivier, Cortez, Gaetan, Mendonza, and Francis Drake are delineated.

    Just to the east of Barbados, in the Antilles, a curious apocryphal island appears with the label “I. de Fonseca selon Quelquefuns”. This island, which is here surrounded by dangerous rocks and reefs, appears in several maps of the region as early as Hondius’ Americae Novissima Descriptio where is as identified as Y. de S. B. This island was also identified by M. Rochette with the label Galissioniere’s Rock. Other ships, including the Rainbow, claim to have seen the island as late as 1822. De L’Isle was the first to give the map a definite name, Fonseca. Even so, with so few sightings of the island it disappeared from most maps issued in the 18th century. There is some speculation that discolored water occasionally discharged by the nearby Orinoco River led to various false sightings of land.