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Map of the World (Orbis Terrarum) by Petrus Plancius 1594 - Art Poster Print (16x20)

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Brand: EuroGraphics

Color: Unframed Poster

Features:

  • POSTER ONLY - POSTER SIZE - 20 x 16". High quality print on satin-finish paper
  • UNFRAMED POSTER is a simple and bright way to express yourself and make your place special
  • This POSTER is perfect for your home, office, place of business or an excellent gift idea for someone special. It is large enough to look great in any space
  • SHIPS ROLLED within a sturdy cardboard mailing tube to minimize any damage and ensure safe delivery
  • Beautiful colors and high quality reproduction will make a great addition to any decor

Binding: Kitchen

Part Number: unknown

Details: A beautiful poster for someone special, or a perfect present for any age or taste! Each poster is carefully packaged within a sturdy cardboard mailing tube to minimize any damage during delivery. Posters take an affordable, modern approach to decorating, allowing you to easily spruce up your walls.

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Petrus Plancius (1552 - May 15, 1622) was a Dutch astronomer, cartographer and clergyman. He studied theology in Germany and England. At the age of 24, he became a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church. Because of fear for religious prosecution by the Inquisition, he fled from Brussels to Amsterdam after the city fell in Spanish hands in 1585. There, he became interested in navigation and cartography, and being fortunate enough to have access to nautical charts recently brought from Portugal, he was soon recognized as an expert on the shipping routes to India. He was one of the founders of the Dutch East India Company for which he drew over 100 maps. Orbis Terrarum, created in 1594, holds the distinction of being the first world map to use a style of richly decorated border that would dominate world maps for decades to come. The elaborate borders were inspired by drawings in the works of Theodore de Bry published a few years earlier and established a pattern of cartographical decoration that lasted over a century.

EAN: 0628136219990

Package Dimensions: 17.6 x 2.0 x 1.3 inches

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