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Map from the Ch’ŏnha chido (Atlas of the world) is a 19th century copy of the traditional Korean atlas produced in the early Chosŏn dynasty (1392-1910).

Map from the Ch’ŏnha chido (Atlas of the world) is a century copy of the traditional Korean atlas produced in the early Chosŏn dynasty

Map of Nansenbushu [Early 19th century] the human world as perceived through Buddhist philosophy, is limited to the confines of just three countries: India, China and Japan.

Map of Nansenbushu. The world as perceived through Buddhist philosophy, is limited to the confines of just three countries: India, China and Japan

Earliest undisputed map of the New World by Juan de la Cosa.

The world map of the Spanish cartographer, conquistador and explorer Juan de la Cosa created in 1500 is the earliest world map showing part of the Americas. Juan de la Cosa sailed the first 3 voyages with Columbus and was the captain of the Santa María.

13th century St. Omar map of crusader Jerusalem

Omar map of crusader Jerusalem. ♣ The first headquarters of the Knights Templar, on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The Crusaders called it the Temple of Solomon and from this location derived their name of Templar.

Map of Korea | LACMA Collections    Map of Korea  Korea, Korean, 1784, copy after a map dated 1628  Drawings

LACMA Collections Korea Map of Korea, copy after a map dated 1628 Drawing, Ink and color on paper, mounted as a panel, Image: 21 x 12 in.

Tierra Del Fuego Argentina Chile Map 1611 (Straight of Magellan) on Etsy, $55.00

Tierra Del Fuego Argentina Chile Map 1611 (Straight of Magellan)

Plan of Tabriz, a city in Iran. The painting is kept in the Istanbul University Library. Date 16th century:

Plan of Tabriz, Iran by the Century Ottoman polymath Nasuh Al-Matrakî. From Al-Matrakî's Beyân-i Menâzil-i Sefer-i ‘Irakeyn.

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Ebstorf Mappa Mundi, a remarkable early map of the world from

Terrestrial and celestial pocket globe - 1783

Terrestrial and celestial pocket globe - National Maritime Museum

Aleppo (Halab, Syam) (16th Century CE (?) Islamic Ottoman Miniature Painting) -Matrakçı Nasuh

This sixteenth-century miniature painting by Nasuh Al-Matrakî depicts the city of Aleppo in Syria.

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