ATLAS MAPS, LATER 1600's, EARLY 1700's

*Philipp Clüver* (1580-1623) compiled miniature atlases that were reprinted throughout the 1600's; here's a Ptolemaic map of ancient South and Southeast Asia (1678): *a larger, uncolored version*; *a closeup of South and Southeast Asia*

Cluver's own modern miniature map of the region (1659); *a larger, uncolored view*

A "hybrid" map by Cluver from an atlas published in 1661, showing, both ancient and modern place names

Cluver's "hybrid" version of South and Southeast Asia from a later atlas published in 1697, with ancient and modern places displayed on a single map: *the whole map*; *northwest* (shown above); *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*; the same map from 1690: *a very large, uncolored scan*; *the Bay of Bengal*; *the mythical inland lake*

More such republished miniature maps by Cluver (with modern hand coloring), mostly from editions of 1661-1711, including "hybrid" maps showing both ancient and modern place names:

==*Asia (1652)* (modern); =*Asia (1659)* (modern)
==*Asia (hybrid) (1697)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*Asia (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*China (modern) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*Tartary (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Sarmatia and Scythia (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*Scandinavia (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Switzerland (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*Denmark (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

=*Persia (1652)*; =*Persia 1686, north*; *Persia 1686, south*
=*Persia (modern) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*the Holy Land*; =*the Mediterranean coast and the Holy Land*
==*ancient Holy Land (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*Syria (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*Asia Minor*
==*ancient Anatolia (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Greece (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Achaia (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Ionian islands (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*the ancient Peloponnese (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

==*Africa (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*Egypt and North Africa* =*Africa*
==*ancient Barbaria (1711)*: *west*; east*
==*ancient Egypt (1697)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

==*ancient Europe (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*European Russia*
=*Europe (1652)*
==*Poland (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*the German empire (1652)*
=*Germany (modern) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient north Germany (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Germania (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient Vindelicia (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*ancient German tribes (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*Belgica and Germania (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
==*Pannonia and Illyrica (hybrid) (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*the Netherlands (1652)*
=*Malta (1730)*
=*France (1711)*
=*Spain and Portugal*
=*Spain and Portugal (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*
=*British Isles (1652)*

=*North and South America (1711)*: *northwest*; *northeast*; *southwest*; *southeast*

=*the Garden of Eden (1711)*: *detail 1*; *detail 2*; *detail 3*

"Philip Cluver was a Dutch historian who used maps extensively in all his books. These include the true miniature edition (measures 5" by 5") of "Philippi Cluveri Introductionis in universam geographicarum," first published in Amsterdam by Louis and Daniel Elzevirin 1661, or the later edition of 1711 (Mundus Charteus) published by Johann Bugel, or the early and much scarcer 1652 (6" by 6.5") and 1678 (6" by 8") editions of a slightly larger format, published by Andrea Duncker and Johannis Duncker respectively in Brunswick, Germany."

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