Planiglobii Terrestris cum utroq Hemisphaerio Caelesti Generalis Repraesentatio: quam ex novissimis probatissimisque recentium Geographorum seriptis concinnatam multisq phaenomenis illustratam.
This double hemispherical map of the world designed by Johann Baptiste Homann (1663-1724) and published in 1729, embraces assumed coastline of north-west part of America, Australia, New Zealand; New Guinea is incomplete.
The map also shows tracks of Tasman and other explorers, Great Wall of China. Relief is shown pictorially, even the hills are shading. Diagrams of natural phenomena, with text titled "Benevole Spectator," include eruption of Mt. Etna, on lower half of map.