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Carta cosmografica con los nombres propriedad y virtud delos vientos by Gemma Frisius

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Series : Navigation and Geography
Unique ID : gc.01.0062
Authors : Gemma Frisius / based on Peter Apian
Edition : 1548

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Wood engraving of world map by Gemma Frisius with names and natures of the winds based on the cordiform projection map by Peter Apian, this issue is from the 1548 Spanish translation of Peter Apian's Cosmographia, based on 1545 Latin edition. Gemma Frisius (Jemme Reinerszoon)(1508–1555) was a cartographer and instrument maker. He created important globes, improved the mathematical instruments of his day and applied mathematics in new ways to surveying and navigation.


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