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Antique rare maps of Greece





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1624 - OPAKH. Thraciae Veteris Typus . . .

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Fine map of ancient Thrace, extending from Byzantium (Istanbul) and the Bosphorus Straits to Macedonia, published by Abraham Ortelius. The map is based on Gastaldi's 1560 map of South East Europe, and on information from numerous ancient sources,...


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1624 - Insular Aliquot Aegaei Maris Antiqua Descrip . . . (Large Cyprus Inset)

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Striking full color example of Ortelius' map of Cyprus, ringed by smaller maps of islands in the Aegean, including Lesbos, Rhodes, Rhenia, Tremon, Icaria, Euboaea, Chios, Lemnos, Cia et Ceos and Samus. From Abraham Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum,...


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1624 - Graecia Sophiani . . .

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Old color example of Ortelius' decorative map of Greece, Turkey and Asia Minor, with neighboring islands, from Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. The map is embellished by a decorative cartouche and scale of miles....


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1624 - Tempe

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Fine old color example of Abraham Ortelius' view of the mythical paradise of Tempe in Thessaly, Greece. Located at the foot of Mount Olympus, this valley was known as the playground of the gods. The Pineios River, named after the river god Peneus,...


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1625 - Peregrinatio Pauli In qua & omnia quorum fit mentio in actis et epistolis Apostolorum et Apocalysi describuntur (shows Cyprus)

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Striking map of the Eastern Mediterranean, from Italy and Sicily to Cyprus and the Holy Land, centered on Greece and the Aegean Sea. Includes English text on both sides. From the 1625-26 edition of Purchas His Pilgrims, one of the seminal early 17th...


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1625 - Natolia [with Cyprus]

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Attractive full color example of this detailed map of Asia Minor and neighboring parts of the Mediterranean, Aegean and Black Seas, showing parts of Greece, the Island of Cyprus, Rhodus, etc. Includes English text.


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1625 - Candia [with] Corfu [with] Zante [with] Mion [with] Nicsia [with Scarpanto

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Nice set of maps of Greek islands, with excellent interior detail for the size. From the 1625-26 edition of Purchas His Pilgrims, one of the seminal early 17th Century English Language travel works. On a 13 x 9 inch sheet with English text, front and...


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1625 - Natolia [with Cyprus]

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Attractive outline hand-color example of this detailed map of Asia Minor and neighboring parts of the Mediterranean, Aegean and Black Seas, showing parts of Greece, the Island of Cyprus, Rhodus, etc. Includes English text.


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1636 - Graeciae Antiquae tabulam hanc geographicam offert... MDCXXXVI

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Tavernier and Sanson double-page engraved map of ancient Greece.


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1638 - Candia | Corfu

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Striking pair of bird's-eye views of Candia and Corphu, from Merian's Neuwe Archontologica Cosmica ..., published in 1638. Shows two fortified harbor towns, castles, topographical details and ships in the harbors.


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1640 - Grece Moderne ou Partie Meridionale De La Turquie En L'Europe . . . chez Langlois . . .

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Langlois's Rare (Unrecorded?) Map of Greece and Turkey. Decorative map of Greece and Turkey, one of the earliest maps of the region published in France. Includes a large decorative cartouche and wide clean margins


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1640 - Morea olim Peloponnesus . . .

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Nice old color example of Blaeu's map of Morea. Includes a coat of arms, sailing ships, decorative cartouche and scale of miles.


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1640 - Candia cum Insulis alijs proxime ei adiacentibus [with] Corfu [with] Cefalonia [with] Zante

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Decorative maps of Crete, Corfu, Cefalonia and Zante. Includes nice detail in each of the Islands. Upper neatline trimmed, else a nice example. Normally a $250.00 map.


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1650 - Calamata in Morea

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Fine view of the town and harbor of Kalmata, shown during the Venetian Wars.


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1655 - Estats, de l'Empire des Turqs en Europe, et Pays cicomvoisins ; outre lesquels sont Hongrie, Transilvanie, Valaquie, Moldavie, Petite Tartarie... 1655

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Nicolas Sanson's rare 1655 double-page engraved map of Greece and the Balkans, then the European territory of the Ottoman Empire. The map was subsequently copied by Jaillot and Covens & Mortier, in both one- and two-sheet versions.


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1655 - Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicus In quo & novi testamenti, in primis autem apostulorum historiae, a Sancto Luca descripta, omnia fere loca geographica, oculis inspicienda exhbentur (Shows Cyprus)

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Extremely rare separately published map of the Holy Land, Cyprus, Asia Minor and the Eastern Mediterranean and contiguous regions, published in Paris by Jacob (Jacques) Honervogt. The map illustrates the travels of the Apostole Paul, based upon the...