Planiglobii terrestris cum utroq hemisphaerio caelesti generalis exhibitio, quam ex novissimis probatissimisque Gallorum & Batavorum tabulis concinnatam, multisq[ue] phaenomenis illustratam luci publicae.

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Map shows early eighteenth century known geography and place names in five continents. Includes text, two celestial insets, two insets of solstices, two panoramic views, and colored illustrations. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:55,000,000].

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1 map : col. ; 2 hemispheres 27 cm. in diam., on sheet 50 x 59 cm.

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Homann, Johann Baptist, 1663-1724 1707.

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  • Place of Publication: [Nürnberg]

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Map shows early eighteenth century known geography and place names in five continents. Includes text, two celestial insets, two insets of solstices, two panoramic views, and colored illustrations. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:55,000,000].

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1 map : col. ; 2 hemispheres 27 cm. in diam., on sheet 50 x 59 cm.

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Map appeared in the author's Atlas novus terrarum orbis imperia.

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Homann, Johann Baptist, 1663-1724. Planiglobii terrestris cum utroq hemisphaerio caelesti generalis exhibitio, quam ex novissimis probatissimisque Gallorum & Batavorum tabulis concinnatam, multisq[ue] phaenomenis illustratam luci publicae., map, 1707; [Nürnberg]. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth231474/: accessed September 25, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at Arlington Library.