Jane C. Fitzpatrick '21, Gettysburg College
Student Research Paper
Abraham Ortelius and Johann Baptist Homann were very successful cartographers who benefitted from the rising trend in curiosity cabinets during the Renaissance. Ortelius lived from 1527-1598 and was born in Antwerp, Belgium, and Homann became famous in Nuremberg, Germany during his life from 1663-1724. [excerpt]
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Fitzpatrick, Jane C,, "Ortelius's Map of the World and Homann's Ship Model Map" (2017). Wonders of Nature and Artifice. 11.
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