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Hveen

  • GB 249 T-GED/22/1/716
  • Item
  • 1586 [publication 1588 and later]
  • Part of Denmark

'Topographia Insulae Huenae in celebri porthmo Regni Daniae, quem uulgo Oersunt uocant. Effigiata Coloniae 1586.'

Map of the island of Hveen near Copenhagen where the astronomer Tycho Brahe established the observatory Uraniborg after he was awarded the island by Frederick II.

Anon. [George Braun and Frans Hogenberg]

Scale unspecified.

Two insets: 'Vraniburgum [... ] Ichnographia Praecipvae Domus.'; 'Totius Ambit et capacita tis delineatio.'

On the reverse, one page with text (Latin) 'Topographia Insulae Huenae in Celebri Porthmo Regni Daniae [ ]' (p.27).

From George Braun and Frans Hogenberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' (Cologne, 1586 and later), part IV, Latin edition, map 27 (Koeman, 2, 1969, p. 20, B&H4).

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Kampen

'Urbis Campensis, Ad Isa Lam Fluvium, Icon'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Scale unspecified.

Latin text (p. 34) on the reverse.

Two figures (male and female) in lower margin.

'Cities Exhibition' label on the reverse.

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Limburg

  • GB 249 T-GED/22/1/106
  • Item
  • [1575 or later]
  • Part of Belgium

'Lympurch.'
'[ ] [ ]rgum oppidum Galliae Belgi:[ ] [ ] Lympurch, gallicé, Lembor dr. [ ]
[ ]humaniter nobis communicauit [ ]achus Lymburgus Me: [ ]ij
Canonicus digniβi:
[ ]itus.'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg]

On reverse text in Latin.

[Probably from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenburg, Civitates Orbis Terrarum (Cologne 1575 and later) part II, Latin edition.]

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Odense

  • GB 249 T-GED/22/1/717
  • Item
  • 1593 [publication 1598 and later]
  • Part of Denmark

Map of Odense.

'Civitatis Episcopalis Othenarum sive Otthoniae, ut vulgo Dicitur, Fioniae, Insularum Daniae, Regnis Amoe Nissimae Fertilissimaeque Metropolis Secundum Situm & Figuram Quam Hoc Seculo Habet, Delineatio, Anno Partae Per Unicum Mediatorem Xpm, Salutis: M.D. LXXXXIII. Genere, Virtutibus, famaque illustri Henrio Ranzouio, Imperiali et Regio Danico, consiliario; Ducatuumque Slesuici, Holsatiae et Dithmarsiae gubernatore, summorum et optimor conatum promotore impensas Suppeditante.'

Anon. [George Braun and Frans Hogenberg]

Scale unspecified.

On the reverse, two pages text (Latin) (p. 30).

From George Braun and Frans Hogenhberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' (Cologne, 1598 and later), part V, Latin edition, map 30 (Koeman, 2,1969, p. 21, B&H5).

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Sluis

'Sluys.'

'Slusa Teutonicae Flandriae Opp. Admodum Elegans.'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Scale unspecified.

On the reverse French text (p. 21).

Two figures (male and female) in bottom left corner.

Probably from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum (Cologne, 1588 and later), part 1, pl. 21, this plate showed item above together with first item of T-GED 22/1/1655 plus another view on one sheet, (Koeman, C., ‘Atlantes Neerlandici. Bibliography of terrestrial, maritime and celestial Atlases and Pilot Books published in the Netherlands up to 1880’ (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1969-71), 2, p. 15, B&H1, pl. 21).

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Two maps of Franicker and Leeuwarden, printed on one sheet

  • 'Leevwaerden.'; 'Lewardum, Occidentalis Frisiae Opp: 1580.'; four figures (two male and two female) in lower margin
  • 'Franicker'; 'Franicher, Nobiliu hominum, in Frisia Occidentali, ut plurimum Saedes'; anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg]

Probably from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' (Cologne, 1581 and later), part III, pl. 36 (Koeman, C., ‘Atlantes Neerlandici. Bibliography of terrestrial, maritime and celestial Atlases and Pilot Books published in the Netherlands up to 1880’ (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1969-71), 2, p. 19, B&H 3, pl. 36).

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Zwolle

'Swol.'

'Swolla diu celebris meruit virtutibus Arma: Quae Populum fortem nobilitare solent. Inde Salutisera Veteri pietate Fideque In Tripolim recipi Faedere digna Fuit.'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Scale unspecified.

Latin text on the reverse (p. 35).

'Cities Exchibition' labelled on the reverse.

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer