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1625. Germania Non ea tantum que Rheno, Vistula, Danubio, . . .

  • Germania Non ea tantum que Rheno, Vistula, Danubio, . . .

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Germania Non ea tantum que Rheno, Vistula, Danubio, . . .

Rare map of the Holy Roman Empire, published in Paris by Jean Le Clerc.

Le Clerc's map is based upon Willem Janszoon Blaeu's map of the same title, first issued in 1606, which includes town views across the top.

Jean Le Clerc

Jean Le Clerc was an engraver, bookseller and publisher in Paris and Tours. Le Clerc may have worked with Maurice Bouguereau in the production of the Theatre Francois in 1594, as he subsequently used the plates to republish the Atlas in 1620 under the title Theatre Geographique du Royaume de France. In addition to the maps of France, the atlas included a World Map, originally engraved by Jodocus Hondius in 1608 copied from Mercator's twin hemisphere map of 1595. He also issued in 1602 maps of Africa, America, Asia and Europe, engraved by Jodocus Hondius. The map of America, which is dated 1589, but unknown in any editions earlier than the one issued by Le Clerc in 1602, is a map of considerable rarity, which some believe may pre-date Ortelius’ Maris Pacifici as the first printed map to focus on the Pacific Ocean.

 


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Jean Le Clerc.
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