ALL ITEMS: 'Bertius--Petrus


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4750Attractive antique copper engraved map of the island of Malta.DetailsBertius, Petrus1603
16th century map of Malta
Bertius, Petrus
1603
LOC:77
$380.00Bertius--Petrus16th-century-map-of-MaltaAttractive antique copper engraved map of the island of Malta (Melita), by Petrus Bertius (d. 1629), a Flemish geographer and cartographer. Contains a small vignette of St.Paul's shipwreck on the north of the island. <br></br> From "Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum Libri Quinque", the finest and most important edition of the "Caert Thresoor", the famous miniature atlas of Barent Langenes, 1598. <br></br> The map is engraved by Petrus Koerius , or Pieter Van Den Keere (1571-1646). Amsterdam: Cornelium Nicolai; Latin edition of 1603.
5237Bertius' antique map of the East Indies or Moluccas circa 1609.DetailsBertius, Petrus1609
Antique map of the East Indies or Moluccas
Bertius, Petrus
1609
LOC:6
$190.00Bertius--PetrusAntique-map-of-the-East-Indies-or-MoluccasInteresting original miniature antique map of the Maluku Archipelago or Moluccas near the Banda Sea ca. 1609 by Petrus Bertius. Includes Sulawesi, Timor, Seram and numerous other islands in the Malaku province of Indonesia. <br></br> Petrus Bertius (1565 – 1629) was a Flemish theologian, historian, geographer and cartographer and was related to Jodocus Hondius Sr. and Pieter van den Keere by marriage. Bertius studied at the University of Leiden and later traveled in Germany and Russia. In 1620 Bertius emigrated to France and he was appointed as a cosmographer to the court Louis XIII. Latin text on verso. Page 750.
1332Fine small antique map of the Red Sea by Bertius.DetailsBertius, Petrus1609
Antique map of the Red Sea and Arabia
Bertius, Petrus
1609
LOC:0
$0.00Bertius--PetrusAntique-map-of-the-Red-Sea-and-ArabiaSOLD<br></br>Fine small antique map of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, Aden, Yemen,and Egypt. This attractive copperplate engraved map covers numerous islands and villages including Aden, Suez, Mecca (Mecha), and Medina. By Petrus Bertius ca 1609. Text on verso is in French.
4696Map of the Balearic islands of Majorca and Minorca, Spain.DetailsBertius, Petrus1616
Descriptio Maioricae et Minoricae
Bertius, Petrus
1616
LOC:13
$350.00Bertius--PetrusDescriptio-Maioricae-et-MinoricaeColorful miniature antique map of the <b>Balearic Islands</b> (Baleares) of Majorca and Minorca, Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. This lovely copper-plate engraved map is from a Latin edition of Petrus Bertius' <b>Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum</b>. The basis of the "Tabularum" was the atlas Caert Thresoor by Barent Langenes, first published in 1598. Key named features include Porto Pin, Calafigur, Calalonga, Menacor, Cabo Formentelli, Porto Fornelle, and San Catharina. <br></br> Sea monsters and a lateen-rigged sailing ship beautifully decorate the map while filling empty areas in the sea. In the crow's nest high above the deck a sailor is depicted throwing objects overboard, a detail perhaps related to a ritual of good fortune. <br></br> Petrus Bertius (1565 – 1629) was a Flemish theologian, historian, geographer and cartographer and was related to Jodocus Hondius Sr. and Pieter van den Keere by marriage. Bertius studied at the University of Leiden and later traveled in Germany and Russia. In 1620 Bertius emigrated to France and he was appointed as a cosmographer to the court Louis XIII. Latin text on verso.
4700Map of southern India and a part of Sri Lanka (Ceilon).DetailsBertius, Petrus1616
Malabar
Bertius, Petrus
1616
LOC:13
$225.00Bertius--PetrusMalabarVery beautiful early antique miniature map of southern India and a part of Sri Lanka (Ceilon or Ceylon) by Bertius. Numerous towns and villages in India are identified. Important locations within India that are noted by Bertius include: Coromandel, Bisnagor, Goa, Negapatam, Cananor, Calicut (Kozhikode), and Mangalor (Mangaluru), <br></br> This lovely copper-plate engraved map is from a Latin edition of Petrus Bertius' <b>Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum</b>. The basis of the "Tabularum" was the atlas Caert Thresoor by Barent Langenes, first published in 1598. <br></br> Petrus Bertius (1565 – 1629) was a Flemish theologian, historian, geographer and cartographer and was related to Jodocus Hondius Sr. and Pieter van den Keere by marriage. Bertius studied at the University of Leiden and later traveled in Germany and Russia. In 1620 Bertius emigrated to France and he was appointed as a cosmographer to the court Louis XIII. Latin text on verso. Plate 586.
650Old nautical antique sea chart map of Spitsbergen, Norway by BertiusDetailsBertius, Petrus1616
Spitsbergen, Norway
Bertius, Petrus
1616
LOC:0
$0.00Bertius--PetrusSpitsbergen--Norway<br></br> SOLD <br></br> Small decorative antique copperplate map of Spitsbergen, Norway by Petrus Bertius (1565-1629), a professor of mathematics and librarian from Holland. With two sailing vessels underway and penguins cavorting offshore in 'Oceanus Septentrionalis' (Northern Ocean) . <br></br> Probably from ''Tabularum geographicarum contractarum...' published by Jocodus Hondius in 1616. Latin text on verso. Page 60.
1074400 year-old map of the volcanic island of IschiaDetailsBertius, Petrus1616
Antique map of the island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples
Bertius, Petrus
1616
LOC:4
$150.00Bertius--PetrusAntique-map-of-the-island-of-Ischia-in-the-Bay-of-NaplesSmall detailed, 400 year-old map of the volcanic island of Ischia which lies off the coast of Naples, Italy. Ischia is the largest of three islands that lie in or near the Gulf of Naples: Ischia, Capri, and Procida. At the east end of the island is shown the Aragonese Castle built in the year 474. <br></br> From the Latin edition of Bertius' 'Tabularum geographicarum contractarum..' Petrus Bertius was a professor of mathematics at Leyden University in Holland.
5196Map of the Balearic islands of Majorca and Minorca, Spain.DetailsBertius, Petrus1616
Majorcae Et Minorcae Descrip
Bertius, Petrus
1616
LOC:77
$325.00Bertius--PetrusMajorcae-Et-Minorcae-DescripUncolored miniature antique map of the <b>Balearic Islands</b> (Baleares) of Majorca and Minorca, Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. Key named features include Porto Pin, Calafigur, Calalonga, Menacor, Cabo Formentelli, Porto Fornelle, and San Catharina. Sea monsters and a lateen-rigged sailing ship beautifully decorate the map while filling empty areas in the sea. In the crow's nest high above the deck a sailor is depicted throwing objects overboard, a detail perhaps related to a ritual of good fortune. <br></br> This fine copper-plate engraved map of Mallorca from a <b>French edition</b> of Petrus Bertius' <b>Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum</b>. The basis of the "Tabularum" was the atlas Caert Thresoor by Barent Langenes, first published in 1598. <br></br> Petrus Bertius (1565 – 1629) was a Flemish theologian, historian, geographer and cartographer and was related to Jodocus Hondius Sr. and Pieter van den Keere by marriage. Bertius studied at the University of Leiden and later traveled in Germany and Russia. In 1620 Bertius emigrated to France and he was appointed as a cosmographer to the court Louis XIII. French text on verso. <br></br> [ Mallorca, Majorca, Majorcae, Minorca, Menorca, Minorcae ]