Cartographica Neerlandica Topographical names for Ortelius Map No. 109


Scales

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E2, D2  Scala Miliarum|12345678910

Textblocks

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A2  Antiqua|rum|civitatum|rudera|notŃtur|sic [black triangle] [The ruins of ancient cities are indicated like this]
B2  Haec punctorű series Bauariam|superiorŕ ab Inferiori diuidit. (C2) [This series of dots separates Upper Bavaria from Lower Bavaria.]
C1  NARISCOS vocat Tacitus Bauariam|quŠ est ultra Danubium,versus Sep:|tentrionem:hodiŠ Nordgeu. [Narcisci is what Tacitus calls the part of Bavaia whivh is beyond the Danube, towards the North, now called Nordgeu.]
E2  NORICVM ET NORICOS vocant|scriptores Bauariam cis Onenum fluuium (D2) [Writers call Bavaria at this side of the river Inn Noricum, and those who live there Norici.]
D1  VINDELICI vocantur Ó|Grecis Latinisque auctoribus,qui vtram:|que Bauariam inter Danubium Oenum & Leccam fluuium habitant. (C1) (C2) (D2) [The Greek and Roman authors call those Vindelici who live beyond Bavaria between the rivers Danube, Inn and Lecca.]

Placenames

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B1, C1  ABVDIACVM.|Abach
C3  ABVDIACVM|Happing
B1  ABVSINA|Abensperg
B2  Aerding
A2  Aicha
A2, B2  Andechs|zum he li:|gen berg
B1  ARTOBRIGA.
A2  Augspurg
C1  AVGVSTA ACILIA|Straubing
C1, B1  AVGVSTA,TIBERII|VETERA CASTRA.|Regenspurg.
B2, B3  AVGVSTA|VINDELI:|CORVM.
B1, A1  AVREATVM
C2  AVRISIVM
A2, B3  Be lham (A3) (B2)
D1  BOIODVRVM.|Pa▀aw.
D2  Braunaw
D2  Burck:|hausen
B1  CAESAREA|Kesching
B3  CAMBODVUNVM|Bargen
C2  CARNODVNVM
C1  Cham
A2  DAMASIA|Die▀n
C1, D1  Deckendorf
B1  Dietfurt
C2  Dingolfing
D2  Ditma:|ning.
C2  Eckenfeld
B1  Eichstet
B1  EPONA.
C2, C1  Erblach
A2  Fridberg
B2  FRVXINVM|Freising
C1  Furt
A3  Fussen
B1  Ge senfelt.
D1  Grauenau
B3  Hal
D3  Hellel
B2, C2  Hereck
C1, B2  Hohendorff (B1)
B3  Indbruck
B1  Ingelstatt
B3  INVTRIVM|Mittenwaldt
B2, C2  Iseniscvs|Iszm
B2  Karls|berg
B1  Kelhaim
C3  K tzpuhel
C2  Landaw
A2  Landsberg
C2, B2  Landszhut
D2  Lauffen
A1  LLICOSTOMA|Lechmundt
C2  MEVELVM|Medling
C2  Mildorf
C1  MOCENIA|Montzing
B2  Mospurg
B2  Munchen
A1, B1  Neuburg
C2  Neumarckt.
B1  Neustat.
D1, C1  Osterhouen
B3, A3  PARTHANI.|Partenkirch
E1  Peurbach
B1, B2  Pfaffenhouen.
C1  Pfeter
C1  PISONIVM|Wischelburg
C2  PONTES OENI|Otting.
B2  PONTES SCAPHONST|Scheftlaren
D1  QVINTANORVM|COLONIA|Kijntzen
C1, B1  REGIVM|Rocking
D2, C2  Reichenhal.
C1  Reichnbach
A1  Rhain
B3  Rhatenburg (C3)\P Schwattz
C2  Rhed.
D2  Ried
C2, C3  Rossenheim (B2)
C3, B3  Rufstein
A1, A2  S.Leonhart
D2, D3  S.Wolf:|gang.
D2, C3  Saltzburgk (D3)
D1, D2  Scherding
B1, B2  Schrobenhausŕ. (A1)
A3  Sconga (A2
B1, C1  Signburg
B1, A1  SVMONTARIVM.|Hohenwardt
C2, C3  Traunstain
D1  Vilszhouen
B1  Voburg
C2  Wasserburk
A1  Wending
B3  Wolfrt:z|hausen
B1  Woltza.

Mountain ranges, mountains, dunes

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A3  Alpes

Degrees

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A1  33
A3  33
C1  34
C3  34
E1  35
E3  35
A3  45
E3  45
A2  46
E2  46
A1  47
E1  47

Countries, Regions, Provinces, Areas, Tribes, Polders, Woods

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A2, A3  ABVSIACVM|Fu▀en
E1  AVSTRIĂ|PARS.
B2, C2  BAVARIA SVPERIOR
D2, C2  BAVARIA|INFERIOR.
B3  BRENNI
B2  BREVNI
C2  CONSVANETES.
B2  GELONI.
B1, D1  GERMANIAE MAGNAE PARS. (A1) (C1)
E1, D1  HerciniŠ silvŠ pars quŠ|Bohemiam cingit. [Part of the Hercinian forest which surrounds Bohemia
C2  Im hag.
B2, A2  LICATES et LICATII.|Die lechrainer
C3  NORICI
C2, D2  Noricum me:diterraneu
E1  Noricum ripense (D1) (D2) (E2) [The banks of Noricum.]
B2  Perlacher haid
A3  PoeninŠ
A1, A2  RHETIAE|PARS.
A2  Schwaben.
C2  SENONES.
C1, B1  THVNICATES|Im Tuncta.

Rivers, inlets, creeks

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B1, B2  Abenst fl.
A1  Altmul fluuius
B2  Amber fl.
A1  Danubius fl.
E1, D1  Danubius fluuius.Dunaw
D1  Iltz fl
D2  Inn fl.
B2  Isara fl
C1  Iser fl.
A2  Lech fl.
B3  Lo sa fl
B1  Nab fluuius
B3  Oenus fl.
C2  Oenus fl.
C1, B1  Regen fl.
D2  Saltza fl

Privilege

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B1  Cum priuilegio.

Cartouches

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E3  Tipus|VINDELICIĂ|SIVE VTRIVSQVE,|BAVARIAE,SECVNDVM|antiquum & recentiorem situm,ab Joanne Auen:|tino olim descriptus,principibusque eiusdem|regionis dedicatus,atque Lands:|huti editus Anno Ó Christo nato.1533. (D3) [A map of Vindelica or also Bavaria, the second ancient and modern site, once depicted by Johannes Aventinus, dedicated to the leaders of this region and of Landshut, in the year since Christ's birth 1533.]

Orientations

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C3  MERIDIES.
A2  OCCIDENS.
E2  ORIENS
C1, B1  SEPTENTRIO

Lakes

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A2  Amber see
C3, C2  Chun see
B3, C3  Schlier see
A3  Staffel see )B3)
B3  Tengern see
B3  Walhen see
B2  Wirm Zee

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