4 edition of Portolan Charts found in the catalog.
Edward Luther Stevenson
by Martino Pub
Written in English
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Home > Search: Portolan Charts Search Terms Search Type All Fields Title Creator Subject Call Number Curated Collection Find Advanced Showing 1 - 16 of 26 for search: 'Portolan Charts', . Navigation - Navigation - Marine charts: During the course of 15 centuries or more, the coastal pilot book of Classical times evolved into the portolano, or portolan chart, the harbour-finding manual of the Middle Ages. An early portolano for the whole Mediterranean Sea, Lo compasso da navigare (), gives directions in terms of half points—that is, halves of the angles defined by the
Portolan charts were practical, no-nonsense tools made for planning voyages in the "great waters." As Tony Campbell, former Map Librarian of the British Library () put it so well: "The medieval mappaemundi [world maps in the Christian tradition] are the cosmographies of thinking landsmen. On the origin of portolan charts. [Jonathan T Lanman] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library.
Sheehan, Kevin E., 'Utility and Aesthetic: The Function and Subjectivity of Two Fifteenth Century Portolan Charts' 83 ( Spr): Ala'i, Cyrus, 'The Russian (Van Verden) Chart of . Define portolan. portolan synonyms, portolan pronunciation, portolan translation, English dictionary definition of portolan. n nautical a book of sailing charts with notations on coasts, harbours, etc. Portolan - definition of portolan by The Free Dictionary. portolan charts .
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Portolan charts, or vellum charts illustrating the harbors and trade routes of the Mediterranean, were an early cartographic form, emerging in Spain and Italy in the thirteenth century.
The Beinecke’s collection, ranging in date from the fourteenth through the end of the sixteenth century, includes portolan charts, atlases, and materials on the craft of chartmaking. Portolan Charts: Their Origin and Characteristics, With a Descriptive List of Those Belonging to the Hispanic Society of America (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 1, byAuthor: Edward Luther Stevenson.
One advantage of texts is the detailed information that can be given about dangers, about ports and safe anchorages, about conditions found on shore and at sea, that cannot be put on maps.
The "chart" element of "portolan chart" makes it clear that what is being referred to is a map complete in itself. The portolan charts were characterized by rhumb lines, lines that Portolan chart, navigational chart of Portolan Charts book European Middle Ages (–).
The earliest dated navigational chart extant was produced at Genoa by Petrus Vesconte in and is said to mark the beginning of professional cartography. Charts Atlases Notes Ownership: Perhaps commissioned by German patron.
Coat of arms on f. 2 are probably those of the Neunstein branch of the Hohenlohe family, perhaps those of Count Georg von Hohenlohe-Weikersheim (d.
Came to Spencer collection in Citation/reference: De Ricci, Library dossier. Chart Portolan Charts book Dr. G.B. Guest. Portolanos or portolan charts were the first coherent navigational maps created, starting from the 13th century AD onwards. This collection of knowledge, this business intelligence so you will, became well known for its cartographic value and accuracy.
[Portolan chart of the Mediterranean Sea ca. manuscript chart of the Mediterranean and Black seas on vellum]. Portolan chart synonyms, Portolan chart pronunciation, Portolan chart translation, English dictionary definition of Portolan chart.
n nautical a book of sailing charts with notations on coasts, harbours, etc. The 'CHAPTER' on pre charts. Portolan charts from the late thirteenth century to (Additions, Corrections, Updates to the 'Chapter') The 'CENSUS' of pre charts. A complete chronological listing of portolan charts assigned to the period pre (with a note of high quality reproductions and place-name lists).
The basis of every portolan chart is a simple coastal outline of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, though it might be extended to include the west European coast as far as the British Isles and the North Sea, ultimately even to the Baltic and the west coast of Africa.
Full Title: ATLASES, MAPS AND PRINTED BOOKS RELATING TO VOYAGES, TRAVEL AND BRITISH TOPOGRAPHY INCLUDING A PORTOLAN CHART OF EUROPE (MID-SIXTEENTH CENTURY); SEVERAL EDITIONS OF PTOLOMAEUS, Geographia INCLUDING THE MAPS TO THE EDITION OF OR ; WAGHENAER Speculum nauticum, LEIDEN (); MERCATOR Atlas.
Richard Pflederer records 15 examples of Bartolomeo's work in his census of portolan charts and atlases, ranging in date from The present chart is signed and datedand is the third earliest dated work by Bartolomeo: examples in the Museu Maritim, Barcelona, and Biblioteca Generale, Venice are both dated PORTOLAN CHART.
Portion of an untitled manuscript chart of New Guinea, probably drawn between cc A remarkable fragment from a larger chart of the East Indies, depicting the north-western part of the island of New Guinea; perhaps a forerunner of the famous engraved Plancius ‘Spice Map.’ Inthe Portuguese Jorge de Menezes was the first European to make.
Portolan chart with seaport names given for all coastlines. Does not cover Black Sea. Title devised by cataloguer. Oriented with north to the right (indicated by fleurs-de-lys).
Contains 11 compass roses in a circle centered on Sicily, 2 additional roses in Iberia, and rhumb lines connecting all roses and some central points without roses. Manuscript: pen-and-ink (brown) and dark watercolors.
A rutter is a mariner's handbook of written sailing directions. Before the advent of nautical charts, rutters were the primary store of geographic information for maritime navigation. It was known as a periplus ("sailing-around" book) in classical antiquity and a portolano ("port book") to medieval Italian sailors in the Mediterranean uese navigators of the 16th century called it a.
A book of sailing directions with charts and descriptions of harbours and coasts. More example sentences ‘From early times, charts called portolans (harbor guides) were available to provide details required by the coastline-hugging sailor - depth of the water, location of treacherous rocks, special landmarks, et cetera.’.
Portolan charts, it was always assumed, were compiled by medieval European mapmakers from contemporary sources. A Dutch doctoral. Explanatory note. These update pages are largely prompted by the major advance for the study of portolan charts represented by the publication in of Ramon J.
Pujades i Bataller, Les cartes portolanes: la representació medieval d'una mar solcada [With an English version of the text entitled, 'Portolan charts: the medieval representation of a ploughed sea', pp].
Introduction Totals: The 'Census' ['Census of Pre-Sixteenth-Century Portolan Charts', Imago Mundi: the International Journal for the History of Cartography 38 (): ] listed all known portolan charts and atlases definitely or possibly produced before It was the first attempt at a general census and ran to items.
The portolan combined the exact notations of the text of the periplus or pilot book with the decorative illustrations of the conceptual T and O map. [ citation needed ] In addition, the charts offered a realistic depiction of the shore, and they were meant for practical use by a mariner of the period.
Before the portolan charts: lost maps of the sea in the Fatimid Book of Curiosities. This talk will examine the cartographical representation of Mediterranean maritime spaces in the recently discovered Fatimid Book of Curiosities, written circa and preserved in a late twelfth-century copy.
In the Book of Curiosities, the Mediterranean is shown as a perfect oval diagram, dense with. Introduction 1 The Origin of Portolan Charts: Research Challenges 1 Objective and Scope of this Book 4 Four ‘Pillars’ 5 2. Key Characteristics of Portolan Charts 11 Preamble 11 Distinguishing Characteristics 12 Disputed, Unclear and Unsatisfactorily Explained Aspects of Portolan Charts 19 : Roel Nicolai.INTRODUCTION.
Within the pages of “Les Cartes Portolanes 2 ” and on the included DVD, are exhibited most extant charts for study purposes as the book intends. But, these charts include minor quirks of presentation and thus to fully explain and simplify the usage in this text, a Mercator Projection Map of the Mediterranean basin and Black Sea area has been used to represent the ‘Map.