Cartographica Neerlandica Topographical names for Ortelius Map No. 184


Roadnames

Quadrant Text
B3  Iter Abraha patriarchŠ (C3) [The road taken by Abraham the patriarch.]
C3  Iter AbrahŠ [The road which Abraham followed. P Arraba

Scales

Quadrant Text
A3  10 10|Iter bidui seu 20. horarum [A road of two days going or 20 hours.]
E3  Iter diurnum 10.horarum|5.hora.Item 5 hor. [Daily journey of 10 hours. 5 hours; also 5 hours.]

Oceans, Seas, Bays, Gulfs, Straights, Capes

Quadrant Text
B1, A1  Bosphorus cimmerius
D1  C.Blanco
D1  C.Bono spa
C1  C.de Fortuna
D1  C.de S Augustino
C1  C.de S.|Helena
E2, D2  Carmelium|promont
A3  Casos|Salmona|prom
B1  Caucaseum Mare
C1, D1  Fretum Magellanicum
B2  Lepte prom
A3  LYCIVM|MARE
D1  M.Mediterra
A3, B3  MAR.MERDITERRAN.
D2  MARE CASPIVM|et HYRCANVM|ab accolis H rcanis Parthorum Vicinis|nunc|Mare de Bachu et de Saba,et Ruthenis|Ch aleuske. (C2) [The Caspian sea, also called Hyrcanus by those Hyrcanians living close to it in the area of the Parths; now called the Bachu sea, or the sea of Saba, or Ruthenian Ch aleuske.]
C1  MARE del|ZVR
D1  MARE di|INDIA
B3  MARE RVBRVM|Sinus Arabici pars
D1  Mare|Caspium
D2  MARIS MEDITERRANEI,IudŠis MAGNI,PARS. (D3) [Part of the Mediterranean, or larger Iudean sea.]
B1  MĂotis palvs
C1, D1  OCE:|ANVS
C1  Oceanus|Atlanticus
D1  Ocianus|Ăthiopicus
A3, B3  PAMPHILIVM|MARE
A3  Persei specula
B2, C2  Phasianum Mare
A1, B1  PONTVS EVXINVS & AXENVS|nunc Mare Magiore et Turris Caradenis
A2  Prop§tis
D1  P§t Euxinű
A2  Sinus|Adrimet
D3  SINVS PERSICVS nunc|Mare Mesendin
B3  Zephirium

Textblocks

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E1  Baschirdorum horda.|Loca signata sunt quo c§veniunt|utpote millŠ hic ciuitates. [The tribe of the Baschirdi. The places have been marked, where they gather, for there are a thousand communities here.]
D1  Hac letarunt Bataui,1591.sed fristra. [Here Batavi were killed in 1591, without achieving anything.]
B3  Hic prope est Talnabi,|vbi sepulchrum Mahometis. (C3) [Close to this place is Talnabi, where you find the grave of Mohammed.]
A3  Hinc Thebais|lat.25.grad.long.61. [From here to Thebe, at latidude 25 degrees, and longitude 61.]
E1  Nempe hic Tartari sub suo magno Cham|(id est imperatore) vagantur,quantum est|sextum huius chartŠ;piscantes,venŃtes,et|prŠdantes. [Here the Tartars roam under their great Cham, (that is their Emperor) of which this map shows only a sixth part, fishing, hunting and robbing.]
A2  Semper extra in Propontidem cofluit,et tamen salsum est|magnaque copia piscium abundat (A1) (B2) [There is always more water flowing into Propontis, which is salt, and there is a great amount of fish.]
E1  Zibierairorum horda. [The tribe of Siberians.]
A1  Ăquor Iasonio pulsatum remige primum (B1) [Sea which was first explored by Iason through rowing.]

Placenames

Quadrant Text
B3  Abrim
D3, E3  Accar§
E3  Achie
E2  Achzib
E3  Adama
A2  Adromittium
E3  Aebro
C3, D3  Agara
E3  Aialon
E3  Akraboim
C2  Alara
A3  Alexandria
B2  Alexandria
C3  Alzelon
B2  Amacia
A2  Amastris
C3  Amea
B2  Amisus
B2  Analiba
A2  Ancijra
A2  Anc ra
B2, A2  Andrapa
B2  Androsia
A2  Antiochia
A2  Antiochia
B2  Antiochia
B3  Antiochia|primaria
E3, D3  Antipatris
A2  Apamia
B3  Apamia
C3  Aparnia
E2  Apec
A2  Apol:|lonia
A2  Apollonia
C2  Apollonia
C2  Arasinosa
E3  Arath
D3  Arbela
B2  Archelais
E2  Argab
A1  Argos|Orestis
E3  Aroer
B3  Arsinoe|Cleopatris
E3  Arum
C2  ArŠsabŠ
B1  Asara
D3  Asca:|lon
B3  Ascalon
E3  Asdeth
C3, D3  Asia
B3  Asotus
D3  Asotus
A2, B2  Aspendus
A3  Aspis
E2  Astarot
D1, E1  Astracan
C2  AtsenŠ
A2  Attalia
A1  Auadoca
B2  Aziris
B3  Azi§gaber|Hino in Ophir
C3  Babilon
D2  Bachu
E3  Barath
B2  Baratha
C3  Barbari▀us
A2  Bargilia
C3  Barsamsa
B2  Barsapa
B1  Bata
D3  Beerseba
C2  Beltiana
C2  Beluchan
C3, B3  Bemaris
B3  Beristus
E3  Beta|nia
E3  Betehor§
E3  Bethel
E3  Betlehem
B3  Betlehŕ
C2  Betoum
E2  Betsaida
E2  Betsemes
E3  Betsur
C3  Bibla
D2  Binguil
A1  Bioe
E3  Bosor
B1  Bosphorani|Coracondame
C2  Brisa
E3  Bulsemes
B3  Cadesberne
E3  Cadesberne
B3  Cairo
E2  CanŃ|minor
E2  Capernau
E1  Caracus
A2, B2  Carambis
C2  Cargis
A2  Carima
B2  Cari▀§
B3  Ceraunia
B2  Cesa:rea
E2  Cesarea Philipp
B3  Cesarea phillippi
E3  chabseel
C2  Chafira
A2  Chalcedon
A1  Charax
C3  CharŃ
D3, E3  Chasor
E2  Chasor
E2  Chedes
B3  chedo
E3  chenila
E3  Chermel
E3  chesaton
D3, C3  Chesiphon
C2  Chiechia
E2  Chiscon
E2  Chislot
A2  Chisome:|ne
E2  Chorozaim
B1  Cijmmerium
A2  Cina
B2  Cizara
A2  Claudiopolis
B2  Cocalia
A2  Colo▀e
B2  Comana
B2  Comana
A2, A3  Corace:|sium (B2)
A3  Crocodilum
B1  Cronea
C1  Culancopa
A2  Culpe
B3, A3  Curias
C1  Cusco
B3  CŠsarea|primaria
E2, D2  CŠsarea|primaria
A2  C§stŃ:|tinop|oli
B2  C bistra
B2  C cistra
E2  Dabaset
B2, C2  Dagusa
A2  Daguta
B3  Damascus
B3  Damiata
A2  Dascijlon
E3, D3  Deber
D3  Deblatha
A2  Derba
A3  Derris
B3, A3  Diolcas
B3  Dora
E2, D2  Dora
B2, A2  Dudusa
D2  Echatana
C2  Ede▀a
E3  Eglon
C3, D3  Elcamana
E3  Eleuthe:|rop
E3  Eltecon
E3  Emaus
E2  Enganim
E3  Engedi
E2  Epha
E3  Epharŕ
A2  Ephesus
E2  Ephron
B3  Epiphania
D2  Erep
D2  Ergis
E2  Erm§
B3  EthŃ
E2  Euclippa
A2  Eumenia
A1  Eupatorium
B2  Faustinopolis
E3  Galguslis
A3, A2  Gari|dus
B3  Gasa
E2  Gaulon
D3  Gaza
E3  Gazer
E3  Geba
E2  Georgia
E2  Gepher
E3  Gerara
C3, B3  Gere
A2  Germa
B1, C1  Gero
E3  Gibe§
E3  Gilgal
E2  Gilta
C2  Girin
E3  Gomorrha
B2  Gondosa
A2  Gordus
E3  Hain
A2  Halicarn|a▀us
E2  Hanaton
A2  Heraclea
B2  Heraclea
E3  Herodium
A2  Hieropolis
E3  Hierusalem
B2  Holmos
B3  Hor
A3  H be
B1  H gris
E2  Iabis
E2  Iaenia
B3  Iaffa seu|Ioppo
A2, B2  Iconium
E3  IdumŠa
B3  Iericho
E3  Iericho
B3  Ieru|salŕ
A2  Ilium|et Troia
D3  Ioppe
B2  Irino:|polis
E2  Isrela
E2  Iulias
B2  I▀us
E2, E3  Laazer
E3, D3  Labneel
A3  Lab rintus
E3  Lac:|hus
B2  Ladana
B2, A2  Landosia.
B2  Lanona
B3  Laodi:|cia
A2  Laodicea
A2  Laodicea
B2, A2  Larada
E3  Lasa
E3, D3  Lathir
B2  Leandis
A2  Lebedus
E3  Lether
E3  Libna
E2  Libnas
D3  Lidda
A2, B2  Listra
E3  Luchit
E3  Luza
C3  LŃnbana
A2  L cius
E3  Machane
E3  Machane
E2  Magdiel
E2, D2  Magdiel
E2  Magdolű
D2  Malandaram
D2  Mamadaua
A2  Manezordus
C3  Manthiana
E3  Maon
E2  Maralah
E1  Maranis
B2  Mardara
E3, D3  Maresa
B3  MarŃ
E2  Masalot
B2  Mazaca quŠ &|CŠsarea
B2  Megalepolis
E2  Meggido
B2  Melita
B2  Melita
B2, C2  Metilena
E3, E2  Mich:|metat
A2  Miletus
E2  Misal
E3  Modian
E3, D3  Modin
B2  Mogarus
B3  Mŕdesiű
B3, A3  Mŕphis
A2  M nides
A2, A3  M ra
E3  Naorata
E2  Naphtalis
E3  Nathahel
A2  Natolia
E2  Naun
E2  Nazaret
E2  Nea
A2  Neapo:|lis
B2  Neocefarea
E3  Nesib
A2  Nicea
C3  Nicephoriem
A2  Nici
A2  Nico:|media
B2  Nicopolis
B2  Nicopolis
B3  Nili|ciuitas
C3, C2  Niniue
C3, C2  Nisibis
A3  Oasus parua
A2  Olbasa
A1  Ophiusa
C2  Opius
A2  Ormasa
A2, B2  Orusologia
E1  Paganza
A3, A2  Palara
B3, C3  Palm ra
A3  Paphos
A3  Pare:|tonium
E2  Pella
A2  Pengamum
B2, A2  Pentene▀us
A2  Perga
E2  Peruel
B3  Petra ciuitas
B2  Pha:|norea
C2  Phasus
E2  Philadel:|phia
B2  Philadelphia
A2  Phila|delphia
A2  Phiscus
B3  Phi|hahirat
A3  Piramidus
B3  Pithon
A2  Plegra
B2  Polemonium
A2  Proto:|macra
A2  Prusa
A2  Prusias
B3  Ptolemais|et Acon
E2  Ptolemais|ol.et Acon
A3, B3  Pt le
E2  Raccat
D2, D3  Rages
E3  Rama
B3  Rame▀e
C2  Randa
C3  Rastum
E3  Remon
E2  Ribla
E3  Rimmon
E2  Rimm§
B3  Rinoco:|bura
E1  Risan
A3  Rodus
C2  Sabran
B2  Sadagena
A2  Sagalassus
A3  Sag lis
D2  Salamas
B3  Salamis
E2  Salem
E2, E3  Samaria
B3  Samar|ia
A1  Sandaca
E2  Sandalium
C2  Sanra
C2  Sarada
B2  Saralus
A2  Sardis
E2  Sarea
C2  Sarna
B2  Sebaste
A3  Sebeauiticum
E3  Seboim
E3  Secrona
E2  Sedad
E3  Segor
A2  Seleucia
B3  Seleucia
C3  Seleucia
E2  Seleucia
C2  Senastro
E2  Sephana
E2  Sephoris
A1  Serianum
B3  Sicabo
E2, D2  sicaminu
B3  Sichem
E2  Sichem
D3  Sidag
B3  Sidon
B3  Sinai
E2  Sinem
B2, C2  Sinibra
B2, A2  Sinope
C3  Sip:|hora
E3, D3  Siph
C2  Sirach
B2  Sisinara
D3  Sita
A2  Sm rna
B3  Socol
E3  Sodoma
D3  Sogana
E3  Sohar
B3  Soleuous
B2  Soli
B2, A2  Souatra
A2, B2  Stephana
B3  Sueta
E2  Sueta
D3  Sunbano
D3  Susa unde|Susi
B2  S na
E2  Taanach
A3  Tanabastra
B1  Tanais|╩porium
A3  Taposiris
E2  Tariche
B2  Tarsus
A1  Tauri
C2  Tbni▀a
E3  Techua
C3  Teredon
B2, C2  Teucila
E2  Thalla
E3  Theman
B2  Therema
C3  Theuscapa
B2  Thia
A2  Th alira
E2  Tiberias
B2  Tijana
E2  Tijrus
E3  Tinipata
E2  Tirus|antiq
A1  Tomi.
A2  Tompeioposlis
C2, B2  Trapezus
B3  Tripolis
A2  Trogilium
B2, C2  Tuliopolis
B3  Tűnis
B3  T rus
C3  Vr|nunc|Oura|ChaldŠa
B3, A3  Xois
C2  Zachan
A2  Zagira
B2  Zagora
B2  Zama
B2  Zaphyrű
B2  Zatala
E2  Zeb
C2  Zecbe
C3, B3  Zeigue
C2  Zigana
C2  Zori
B2  Zoropa▀us

Mountain ranges, mountains, dunes

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B1  Agies id est|sanctus mons [Mount Agies, which is a holy mountain.]
A1  Amadoci m§tes
C2  Antitaurus
B1  Caucasus mons
A2  Dyndim|mons
C2  Gordicus mons
A3  Lib ci montes
B1  Marpesia cautes [The Marpesia rocks.]
C3  Monlana ArabiŠ
C2  Mons Ararat
B3  Montana ArabiŠ
C2  Motes ubi|requieuit Arca [Mountains where Noah's arc landed.]
A2  Olymp mons.
B1  RipŠi m§tes usque ori:ginem Tanais [The Ripaei mountains which extend to the source of the river Tanais. R Por tus flu
E3  Seir m§tes
D2, D3  Sogdiani montes
E2  Tabor|mont
E2  Tabor|mont
A2  Taurs m§s
C2, C3  Taurus mons
D3  Vxij montes

Degrees

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E1  100 105
C1  210 240 270 300 330
A3  35 30
E3  35 30
D1  360 30 60 90 120 150 180
A2  45 40
E2  45 40
A1  50
E1  50
A1  60
A3  60
B3  65 70
B1, A1  65 70 75
C3  75
C1  80 85
D3  80 85
C1  90 60 30 30 60 90
D1  90 60 30 60 90
D1  90 95
E3  90 95
C1  Circulus Equinoctalis

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

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E3  Abari
D1  Abi▀ini seu|pret Ioan. [Abessinia or the land of Prester Iohn.]
D1  ADRICA
A3  AlexŃ|drinorű|nomus
B3  AmalecitŠ
C1  AMERICA a Christophoro|Colombo noiŕ Regis Caslelle 1492.|Primum detecta et 1499.ab Ame:|rico Vespuco nomŕ sortita [America, first discovered by Chrisophorus Comumbus for the King of Castilia, 1492, which obtained its name from Americus Vespucci in 1499.]
B3  AmmonitŠ
E3  AmmonitŠ
E3  Amorei
D1, C1  Anglia
D1  Arabia
B3  Arabia petrŠa|et deserta pars
C3  ARABIĂ|FELICIS PARS|Vbi est Saba regn. (D3) [Part of Arabaia Felix, where the kingdom of Saba is.]
D3  Arioch:|campus
C2  ARME:|NIA|MAIOR
B2  ARME:|NIA|MI:|NOR
E2  As:|er
D1  ASIA
D1  Asia minor
A2, B2  ASIA|MINOR
C3, D3  ASSI:|RIA
C3  BABILONIA
D1  Barbaria
E2  BASAN|REG
A1  BasteruŠ
B3, C3  Batha:|nea
A2  BITH:|YNIA
A1  BoristenitŠ
C1  Brasilia
E3  B╩IAM╬
B2  CAPADO:|CIA
A2  Caria
A1  Carpiani
D3  Catadecbis
D1  Cathaio
A1  Cherso|Nesus
C1  Chila
D1  China
B2  CILICIA
C2  Colchis
E3  Dedan
E3  D|A|N
E3  Edom
D1  Egyptu
E3, D3  EPH:|RAIM
D1  EVROPA
B2, A2  GALAT:|IA
E2  GALI:|LEA|In:|ferior
D1  Gallia
E3  Gemela|reg
D1  Germa:|nia
C1  Granata
D1  Grocia
C1  Guinea|reliquium
D1  GuineŠ|Pars
A3  Heptanomia
D1  Hispania
C1  Hispania noua
D1  Iapan
C2, C1  IBERIA
B3  IdumŠa
D1  India
E3  IO:|SEP:|H
E2  ISAC:|H|A|R
B3  Ismaelite
E2  Iturea
D1  Iudea
E3  IVDA
E3  IVDĂA
D2  IVDĂĂ|amplior descriptio [A larger map of Iudea.]
B2  Licaonia
B3  Limes AsiŠ|et AfricŠ [The border between Asia and Africa.]
D1  Lurach|regnum
A2  LYCIA
A2  LYDIA
D1  L§bard
E2  MA:|NAS|SE
C1, D1  Magellanica Austalis incognita
E2, E3  Manas:|se
A3  Mareolus palus
C1  Maxico
D2  MEDIA
C3  MESO:|POTANIA
B3  MoabitŠ
E3  Moabi|tŠ
D1  Monoma|tapa
A2  MYSIA
D1  Norue:|gia
E2  NĂPTAL╬|gentiű
C3  Orcheni|populi
C3  Paludes
A2  PAMPHALIA
A2, B2  Paphlagonia
A3  Pars Oasis magnŠ|quo Scelesti▀imi|relegabantur [Part of a large oasis to which the most serious criminals are being sent.]
D3  PER:|SIAE|PARS
D1  Persia
C1  PERV
D3, E3  Philistijm et|Enakim
B3  Phoenicia
A2  Phrygia|minor
A2  PHRYG|IA|MAI:OR
A2  PIST:|DIA
B2  Pontus
B3  Porta di Ferro
D1  Psittacorum regio
E3  RVB╩
E2  SA:|BV:|LON
E2  SAMARIA
A1, B1  Sch tia|parua
B1, A1  SCYTHIĂ PARS.
E3  Sinei
B1  SRMA:|TIA
B3  S|Y|RI|A
A1  Tagri
B1  TannitŠ
D1  Tartaria
E1, D1  TARTARIĂ PARS
C1  Terra del Fugo
C1  Terra Septentrionalis nondum detecta. (D1) The Northern countries, which have not been explored yet.]
E2  Thraco|nitidis|Pars
A2  TROAS|Regio
C2  TUROMANI
C1  Typus Orbis ad inuestigŃdum Ophir (D1) [Map of the world for finding Ophir [a rich place mentioned in the bible [Kings 9:26-28], supposedly in Southwest Arabia or on the opposite African shore.]]
A1  Vrgi

Rivers, inlets, creeks

Quadrant Text
A1, B1  Agarus flu
D3  Agradatus flu.
A1  Aldescus flu
C2  Arag flu
A1  Bor stenes flu
E3, D3  Bosor flu
E1  Cairubi flu
A3  Canopicum ostium
E1  Chesel flu
E2  Chision flu
B1  Corax flu
C2  Ephrates flu
D3  Eulus flu
C3  Euphrates flu
D1  F§tes Nili
A1  H panus flu
B1  H rgis flu.
E1  Iiaick flu
E3  Iordanus flu
E2  Laboc flu
B1  Marabius flu
A2  Meandrus fl
A3, B3  Nilus flu
B3  Orontes flu
B3  Pelusiacum|ostiű
C2  Phastis flu
B3, B2  Singa|flu
D3, E3  Soreg flu
B1  Tanais flu.Asiam ab Europa disterminans (C1) [The river Tanais, which forms the border between Asia and Europe.]
B1  Theophanius flu
C3, D3  Tigris fl.
A1  Tiras flu
C1  Tisnada
B1  Vardamis flu
E3  Zared flu

Islands

Quadrant Text
A1  Boristenes insula
D1  Borneo
A3  Calidna
D1  Canari|ins
A3  Carpathus
A3  Cherso|nesas|CandiŠ|pars
A3  Cos
C1  Cuba
B3  Cyprus
C1, D1  Gronlant
C1  Hispaniola
C1  I.Salomonis
D1  Iaua
D1  Ins.S.Laurenti|Ophir Orteli. [The isle of Laurentius, by Ortelius called Ophir. [note that Ortelius writes in the various editions of his Thesaurus that Ophir is a legendary land, whose location is unknown.]]
C1  Isabel
A3  Nisiras
C1  Ophir slephani
D1  Samatra
A2  Samos
D1  Zŕbla

Cartouches

Quadrant Text
C3  Rdo.D˝o|D.Adr.Stalpartio|Abb.Togerlŕsi digniso.d.|LVMEN|HISTORIARVM|per Orientem.|illustrandis|Biblijs sacris,Martyro-|logio,et alijs multis.|Concinn.Fran.Hareio|ANTVERPIĂ (B3) [For Lord D.Adrian Stalpartius, dignified abbot of Togerlensus, in this Historical Enlightment of the East, to illustrate the Bible, the list of Martyrs and many other matters. Made by Franciscus Hareius of Antwerp.]

Lakes

Quadrant Text
E2  Genezaret
E3  Item Mare Mortuű et Salsum Lacus|Asphaltites.
E1  K laia lacus
D3  Lacus piscosus
D2  Mantiana palus
C2  Thospitis Lacus

Orientations

Quadrant Text
C3, B3  MERIDIES
A2  OCCIDENS
E2  ORIENS
C1  SEPTENTRIO

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