Cartographica Neerlandica Topographical names for Ortelius Map No. 210


Oceans, Seas, Bays, Gulfs, Straights, Capes

Quadrant Text
A3  Agasus portus.
E3, E2  Bruttium prom.quod|et Leucopetra Hume:|rus ItaliŠ [....the shoulder of Italy, according to] Plinio
E2  Carcynum prom.|quod et Cocinthum:|Herculis, [according to] Straboni.
E3  Charyb|dis.
D2  Claustra Neptuna
C1  Cornu sinistrum. (B1) [The left horn.]
E2  Cornu|dex:|trum. (E3) [The right horn.]
E3  FRETVM Mamertium.
C2  Frons ItaliŠ,in duo cornua se scindens. (D2) [The forehead of Italy, split into two horns.]
C1  Iapygium prom.|sive Acra Iapygia.|quo longi▀ime in ma:|ria procurrit Italia|Salentinum vocat Mela. [Cape Iapygium or Sharp Iapygium, which extends very far into the seas; Mela calls it Italia Salentinum.]
D2  Lacinuum prom.quod|Dioscoriadis Diodoro,et Storthyngum Lycophroni. (D1) [Cape Lacinuum is what Dioscorides and Diodorus call it, Storthygum is what Lycophron calls it.]
D3  Lampe prom.
D3  Linum|prom.
A2, B2  MARIS HADRI:|ATICI,SIVE|SVPERI|PARS. (B1)
C1, D2  MARIS SICVLI,SIVE AVSO:|NIJ PARS. (C2) (D1)
D3, C3  MARIS TYRRHENI|PARS.
C3  Palmurus|prom.
E3  Pelorum prom.
B2, C2  Portus Ta:|rentinus.
C3  PŠstanus sinus,qui|et Posidoniates.
D2, E1  SCYLACEVS Sinus (D1)
E3  SeyllŠum|prom.
C2  TARENTINVS Sinus,qui| [according to] Ovidio THVRINVS.
D3  TerinŠus scopulus
D3, E3  TerinŠus sinus,qui et Hippo:|niates,Vibbonensis,Napetinus;item|Bruttius dicitur.
B1  Veneris|portus
A3  Vrias sinus.
E2  Zephyrium|prom.

Placenames

Quadrant Text
C2  Abystr:|um
D3  Acheron:tia
B1, C1  Aletium
D2, D3  Altanum
E2  Amphi▀ia
D2  Annibalis|castra
A3  ApenestŠ
A3  Ardonea
C3  Argentanum
C3  Ariantha
B2  Arnestum
A3  Arpi,Argyrippa,|et Argos Hip:|pium.
C2  Arponium.
C3  Artemisi:|um
B1  Atheneum prom.|sive MinervŠ|templum
B3  Aufidena
C3  Balbia
B1  Balesium
B2, A2  Barium.quŠ|et Varia.
C1  Basta
B3  Batina,et|Bantia
C1  Bavota
C2, D2  BesidiŠ,quŠ et|Bescia
D3  Blanda
E2  Bova
B1  Brenda,etBrundisium
C2, D2  Brystacia.
B2  Butuntus
C3  Buxentum,et|Pyxus.
C2  Calasarna
C1  Callipolis,que et|Anxa AncŠ [according to] Livio.
B2  Canales
A3  CannŠ.locus clade|Romanorum|nobilis. (A2) (B2) (B3) [Canna, a noble place where the Romans had a terrible defeat.]
B3, A3  Canusium
C2, C3  Caprase
B2  Castania
E2  Caulonia,quŠ|prius Aulonia.
B2  Celia, [according to] Ptol.
C3  Cerillum
C2  Charia:|tum
D2  Chonia
D3  Cleta
E3  Columna|Regia.
D3, D2  Consentia (C3)
E2  Consili:|num.
C2  Cosa,et|Compsa
D2, C2  Crimissa
D3, D2  Cri▀a
D2  Croton,quŠ et|Laura.
C1  Curnus|ins.
D3, C3  Cyterium
D2  CŠcinus
B1  CŠlium
B1, B2  CŠlium
E3  CŠnis prom.
E3  Decastidi:|um
A1  Dio:|medea.
C3  Draconis|sacellum
B2  Egnatia|que Gnatia| [according to] Horatio.
C3  Elea,quŠ et|Hyela,item|Velia.
E3  Emporium|MedamŠ
C3  Erimum
C3, B3  Ferenta [according to] Diod.|Ferentum [according to] Horatio,|Ferentinum| [according to] Livio.
A3, B3  Gerunium,quod|et Gerion
C2  Grumen:|tum
B2  Heraclea,que et|Polieum item|Siris. (2
D3, E3  Herculis|portus
C3  Hetriculum
D2  Hippo,|quŠ Vibo Valentia.
E3  Hippo:|rum
B1, C1  Hydrus,et|Hydruntum
D3  Hyla
D2  Iunonis LaciniŠ fanum,sanctitate|et divitijs|inclitum (C1) [Juno's temple of Lacinia, devoted to sanctity and treasures.]
D3  Ixias
C2  Lagaria
D3  Lametia
D3  Lampetitia
C3  Laus
C1  Leuca
E2  Locri,quŠ et Nari:|tia,flos ItaliŠ [.....the flower of Italy]
B1  Lupiarum|navale
C1  LupiŠ
D2  Macalla,et|Macella
D2  Malanius
E3, E2  malliŠ.
D2  Mamertium
B1, B2  Manduri:|um
D2  Marcilia:|num,natale|S.Cypriani. (E2) [Marcilianum, birthplace of St.Cyprianus.]
C3  Marcina
C2  Maurum
E3, D3  Medama
D3  Mene:|cina
B2  Meta:|pontum,|Siris,et|Vibo.
E3  Metaurus statio
D2  Metum
B1  Me▀apia
D2  Miletus
E2  Minervium
E2, D2  MistrŠ [according to] Pomponij,|Mystia [according to] Plinij.
D3  Napitia,quŠ et|Amantia
C1  Neritum
C3  Nerulum
C3  NinŠa
C3  Numis:|trum
E3  Orestis portus
E3, E2  P.Valerij|villa
D3, C3  Pandosia
D3, E3  Parthenius|portus
D2  Paternum
D3  Patycos
E2  Peripolium
D2  Petelia
E2  Phoenix
B2  Plera
D3  PostropŠa
D2  Pumentum
C3  PŠstum et|Posidonia
D2  Reatium
E3  Regium Iulium.
B2  Respa
B2  Rubi, [according to] Horatio et|Antonino,Ruffino| according to] Livij videtur.
C1  RudiŠ
C2  Ruscia,et|Roscianum
A3  Salapia,|Annibalis me:|ritricio amore|inclitum [Salapis, famous because here Hannibal fell in love with a whore.]
A3  Salapina pa:|lus quŠ et|Salpa.SalinŠ|Antonini.
E2  Samos
B2, C2  Sasina
B2  Saturum
D2  Scylacium|quod et Scyl:|letium.
D3  Sedecula
C3  Sestium
E3  SeyllŠum
D2  Siberena
B3  Silbium [according to] Diod.|Silvium et Sil:|vianum [according to] Anton.
A3  Sipontum|et Sippyus.
B1, C1  Soletum
B2  Spelunca
D2  Subsicivm
B2  Suplapatia
C3  SyphŠum [according to] Livij|Summuranum| [according to] Antonini.
B2  Tarentum
E3, E2  Taurianum
D3, D2  Temesa
D3  Terina
C2, D2  ThebŠ|LucanŠ
B2  Thurij
C2  Thurium,Sybaris,|et Copie.
D3  Thyella
A2, B2  Trinium
D2  Trischena
C2, B2  Troia,HeracleŠ|nauale.
C1, B1  Turnini
B2  Turres
D2  Turres
D2  Tyrus,sive|Tyrium
C2, C3  Uffugium
C1  Uxentum
B3  Venusia
C1  Vere:|tum
C3  VergŠ
D2, C2  VertinŠ
D3  Vibonis navale
C2  Vicensimum
B2  Vria|Strab.
E3  Zancle,quŠ et|Me▀ana.

Mountain ranges, mountains, dunes

Quadrant Text
E3  Aetna|mons
B3  Apenni:nus mons
D2  Apenninus mons
B1, C1  Apenninus|mons (B2)
B3  Apenninus|mons.
B3  Batinus mons,et|Batini|saltus.
D2  Clibanus mons
A1  Diomedis|tumulus
A3  Drium|collis
E2  Esopis mons
A3  Garganus|mons
B1  Garganus|mons
D3  Hipponium|mons.
B2  Hyacinthi tumu|lus
D2  Latymuus|mons
D2  Mos:|chius|mons.
D2  Physcus|mons

Degrees

Quadrant Text
E1  38
E3  38
D1  39
D3  39
A3  40
C1  40
C3  40
E3  40
B1  41
B3  41
A1  42
A3  42
A2  42 41
E2  42 41
A1  43
E1  43

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

Quadrant Text
B1  Acra
B1, C1  Aletini.
D2  AmaltheŠ|cornu.
B3, C3  Andragathia|regio.
B2, A3  AP::VLI::A.
B3  Apuli Daunij.
B2  Apuli Peu:|cetij.
C2  Apustra:|ni.
D2, E2  BRV::TII. (D3)
B2  Butuntinenses.
B1, B2  CA:LA:|BRIA. (C1)
C2  CAMARE|AGER.
D2, E2  Chersonesus| [according to] Strabonis,sive Peninsula [according to] Plinij.
A3  DELMATIA.
B3  Diomedis|campus (B2) [added after 1595 and before 1601]
E2  Epizephyrij.
A3  Hirpini.
D2  IST:HMVS CLX|Stadiorum.
D3  Lampetes
C1  LEVTER:|NIA.
D2, E2  LO:|:CRI.
B3, C3  LVCANI.
C2, D2  MAGNA|GRĂCIA. (B2) (B3) (C3)
E3  Mamertini.
E2, D2  Morgetes.
C1  Neriti:|ni.
C3  Numes:|trani.
C3  Oenotrij.
B2  Pediculi.
B2  RE:GIO SE:CVNDA.
C3, D2  RE:|:GIO TER:|:TIA. (B3)
B1, C1  REGI::O SE::CVNDA. (B2)
A3, B3  REGIO QVARTA.
E2  Rheginus sal:|tus.
B2  Sa::lentini.
C2, C3  Sa:|:len:|:ti:|:ni (B2)
C2, C1  Sassina:|tes. (B1) (B2)
C1  Senonum|ora.
D2  Sila|silva
B3  Silbiani.
B1, C1  Sturni:|ni.
D2  SYRTIS.
C2  TAVRINA REGIO.
E3  TRINACRIAE|sive|SICILIAE|PARS.
D3  Tyllesium
C1, B1  Valenti:|ni.
D2  Vrsentini

Islands

Quadrant Text
E3  AeoliŠ,VulcaniŠ,sive|HephŠastiades insulŠ
A1  Aletris
D1  Calypsos,quŠ et|Ogygia
A1  DiomedeŠ|insulŠ
D1  Dioscoron
B2, C2  Electris,siue|Febra insula.
D3  IthacesiŠ|insulŠ.
C3  Leucosia
C3  Oenotrides insulŠ,|quŠ Pontia et Iscia. [added after 1595 and before 1601]
B1  Pharos,et|Bara
A1  Sebria
E3  Seylla
A1  Teutria
A1  Trimerus

Rivers, inlets, creeks

Quadrant Text
B2  Acalandrus flu.
D3  Acheron flu.
C2  Aciris flu.
D2  Aesarus flu.
E2  Alex flu.
D2, D3  Angitula flu.
D2  Aretha flu.
D2  Arethusa|fons
D2  Arocha flu.
A2  Aufidus flu.
B3  Aufidus flu.qui solus inter omnes|ItaliŠ fluvios Apenninum dividit:|teste Polybio. [The river Aufidus, which is the only one among all the rivers of Italy which divides the Apennine mountain range, as Polybius testifies.]
C3  Batus flu.
E2  Buthrotus flu.
C2, C3  Calabrus flu.
D2  Casventum flu.Alpulcrum. (D3) [The river Casventum, the grave of king Alvaricus
A3  Cerbalus flu.
C2  Ciris flu.
E3  Crateis flu.
C2  Crathis flu.
C2, D2  Crimi▀a fl.
D2  Crotalus flu.
C2, C3  Cylistarnus flu.
D2  CŠcinus flu.
C3  Ela,Elees,et Hales flu.
B2  Galesus flu,qui et|Eurotas [according to] Polybio.
E2  Helorus flu.
C2  Hylias flu.
D3, D2  Lametes flu.
C3  Laus flu.LucaniŠ terminus.
E2  Locanus flu.
C3  Melphes flu.
E3, D3  Metaurus flu,qui|et Paccolicus (D2)
D2  NeŠtus|flu.
D3  Ocmarus flu. [according to] Lycoph|Sabbatus [according to] Anton.
B2  Pactus flu.
E2  Sagra flu.
D2  Semirus flu.
C2  SETAEVM|Regio.
D2  Sinis flu.
B2  Siris flu.
C2  Sybaris flu.
B2  Tarentum siue Taras flu.
D2  Targines flu.
E3, E2  Taurocinium flu.

Cartouches

Quadrant Text
E1  CL.V.DNO|D.IOACHIMO|CAMERARIO,|R.P.NVRENBERG.|MEDICO CELEBER:|RIMO,VERO ET VE:|TERI SVO AMICO,|ABRAHAMVS|ORTELIVS|DEDICAB. [Abraham Ortelius had dedicated this map to the most famous Lordship Mr. Ioachim Camerarius of Nurnberg, most celebrated physician, as his true and old friend.]
A3  Hanc ItaliŠ partem exteriorem sic de:|scibere conabar Abraham Ortelius.|cum|Privilegio decennali.|1595. (B3) [I have exerted myself to de[ict this exterior part of Italy in this way. Abraham Ortelius. With a privilege for ten years. 1595.]
D1  Italia nam tellus|GRAECIA MAIOR|erat. Ouid.4.Fast. (C1) [Italy, which was once Greater Greece. Ovidius Fastorum 4.]

Lakes

Quadrant Text
C1  Lacus piscosus
A3  Pantalus lacus.

Orientations

Quadrant Text
E2  MERIDIES.
C3  OCCIDENS.
C1  ORIENS.
A2  SEPTEMTRIO.

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