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Lucas Jansz Waghenaer Thresoor der Zeevaert

Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer

Lucas Jansz Waghenaer Thresoor der Zeevaert

by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer

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Published by Theatrum orbis terrarum in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nautical charts -- Europe.

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile of the copy in the Amsterdam University library.

    Other titlesThresoor der Zeevaert.
    StatementLeyden, 1592. With an introd. by R.A. Skelton.
    SeriesTheatrum orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile -- v. 3
    ContributionsSkelton, R. A 1906-1970.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, facsim: Lxi, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19699812M

      Waghenaer’s exceedingly rare pilot book, with charts of the East and West Indies. 8 WAGHENAER, Lucas Janszoon Thresoor Der Zeevaert Inhoudede de geheele Navigatie ende Schipvaert vade Oostersche. The Faroechart, in the Thresoor der Zeevaert' published by Lucas Janz Waghenaer (1) in Leyden in , (fig. 1) is the first known chart, where the islands are drawn in such a way that it makes them easily recognizable. Earlier.

    Get this from a library! Thresoor der zeevaert: Leyden, [Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer; R A Skelton]. Further information about many of these cartographers may be found in the volumes of Tooley's Dictionary - an invaluable addition to any map collection or single item.

      His Spieghel der Zeevaert from was an exemplary piece of maritime cartography. Unlike Jacob van Deventer, who represented the Dutch Zuiderzee as an undifferentiated pool of water, Waghenaer drew depths, coastal outlines, symbols for good moorings, beacons, buoys, and capes. He also warned for perilous underwater features. Lucas Jansz. Waghenaer, Thresoor der Zeevaert (; Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, ), ↩ See D.W. Waters, “The History of Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer and His ‘Spieghel der Zeevaerdt’ by C. Koeman,” Imago Mundi 20 (): ↩.


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Lucas Jansz Waghenaer Thresoor der Zeevaert by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Words applicable to the pilot guide Thresoor der zeevaert, published by the Enkhuizen navigating officer Lucas Jansz. Waghenaer (/) in From now on shipmasters could navigate more safely than before along the West-European coasts. Thresoor der zeevaert Leyden / Waghenaer, Lucas Jansz.; with an introd.

by R. : Waghenaer, Lucas Janszoon, or, R. Skelton. In aroundWaghenaer sold the rights to his previous pilot book, the 'Speighel der Zeevaert', to the Amsterdam publisher Cornelius Claesz. He had for sometime been mulling over the production of a new and improved pilot, charting the southern and northern navigation.

Lucas Jansz Waghenaer Spieghel der zeevaerdt: Leyden, / With an introduction by R.A. Skelton. G W3 A Thresoor der zeevaert, Leyden, / [door] Lucas Jansz Waghenaer.

Thresoor der zeevaert, Leyden, Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, Kartograph Niederlande; R A Skelton, Kartenhistoriker Published by Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ().

A scarce map from Waghenaer's second published work, the improved and more elegant Thresoor der Zeevaert, which was produced in an oblong 4to format, much in the style of some earlier pilot books.

A princely example of the world’s first nautical atlas Aroundthe navigating officer Lucas Jansz. Waghenaer (ca. ) from Enkhuizen completed the 23 charts for the first volume of Spieghel der zeevaerdt, the world’s first nautical atlas or pilot guide.

It was his own original work, not copied from existing sources. About this Item: Reproducción actual del mapa de Asturias de Lucas Ians Wagenaer de donde se ve la costa asturiana y parte de la gallega desde Candás hasta el cabo Ortegal.

40x25,5. Un primer plano de la ría del Eo con indicación de los pueblos de Castropol y Ribadeo. Coloreado a mano con acuarela. En el mar dos veleros rodeados de monstruos marinos. Lucas Jansz Waghernaerren mapa Spieghel der Zeevaerdt (Marinelaren ispilua) Waghernaer (c. ) itsasgizon eta kartografo ho-landarra izan zen.

Irakurri izan dut hauxe izan zela mundu-ko lehenengo itsas atlasa (the world’s first nautical atlas or pilot guide). Ez dakit hala den, dakidana da izugarri polita dela. Thresoor der zeevaert, Leyden, by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, Kartograph Niederlande; R A Skelton, Kartenhistoriker and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer (Enkhuizen, / — aldaar, of ) was een Noord-Nederlands stuurman en werd beroemd als heeft verschillende zeekaarten en zeemansgidsen gemaakt en samengewerkt met zijn beroemde stadsgenoot Jan Huygen van gaf hij in Enkhuizen les in de zeevaartkunde.

Zijn Spieghel der Zeevaert uit is. The combination of detailed charts accompanied by sailing directions set a precedent and model for subsequent sea atlases, which were called waggoners. Waghenaer published two other works, Thresoor der Zeevaert (Treasure of navigation) in and the Enchuyser zeecaertboeck (Enkhuizen sea-chart-book) in He died in Lucas Jansz Waghenaer - Thresoor Der Zeevaert - Leyden, Fr.

van Raphelingen, - facsimile-edition: Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd., - pp including 22 double-page maps - cloth binding, dust jacket is missing - 26 × 30 × cm. Lucas Jansz Waghenaer's Thresoor der Zeevaert () Cornelis Claesz and the Thresoor der Zeevaert Cornelis Claesz and Waghenaer's Enchuyser Zee-caert-boeck () IV Charts of Europe Adriaen Gerritsz's charts of Europe Lucas Jansz Waghenaer's charts of Europe Waghenaer's chart.

Lucas Waghenaer (c–) Lucas Jansz Waghenaer was a navigator and the author of the ‘Spieghel der zeevaerdt’, the first pilot guide. He spent his early career as a naval officer between andinteracting with other sailors and gaining vital experience for his later work. Thresoor der zeevaert, Leyden, Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, Kartograph Niederlande; R A.

$ Ex Tax: $ Add to Cart. The Spieghel der Zeevaerdt was the precedent for sea atlases of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, so much so that “waggoner” became a common noun in English by meaning a book of charts for nautical use. Waghenaer brought out a modified version of the Spieghel called the Thresoor der zeevaert in 19 He too included.

Beschrijvinghe der Zee Custen van Engelandt tußchen Wicht ende Doveren", copper engraving taken from "Den Nieuwen Spieghel der Zeevaardt" by Lucas janszn. Waghenaer, the first pilot book ever published with charts. Engraved and richly decorated by Joannes van Doetecum. Dutch text on verso. Lucas Jansz Waghenaer reproduced Brunel’s geo-graphical knowledge of the North in his Thresoor der Zeevaert, a book of charts which also incorporated the most recent English discoveries, published in Leiden in (Waghenaer, ).

BARENTSZ SITE ON NOVAYA ZEMYLA • Waghenaer, Lucas Jansz. Map/ Book title Thresoor der zeevaerdt Period Condition Good Technique offset Additional Information With an extra chapter for the Mediterranean. Size of the largest image 26×31 cm Sign in Create a free account.

50, unique objects curated and auctioned by experts every week. Waghenaer: Pioneer of Dutch Maritime Cartography II.1 Waghenaer and Enkhuizen II.2 The First Printed Sea Atlas: The Spieghel der Zeevaerdt, /85 II.3 Waghenaer’s Charts of Europe, and II.4 Unknown Charts by Lucas Jansz.

Waghenaer II.5 Chart of Europe in Four Sheets, II.6 A Pilot Guide in oblong: The Thresoor der zee-vaert.Baltic. Waghenaer's Spieghel der Zeevaerdt of perfects these sailing directions, adds maps to them and extends them to the Canary Islands and to the coasts of England, Norway and Russia.

In his Thresoor der Zeevaert ofwhich is much more detailed in its directions, navigation in the China seas is already described.Thresoor der zeevaert, Leyden, Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, Kartograph Niederlande; R A Skelton, Kartenhistoriker Publicado por Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ().