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National Geographic Olaus Magnus"s Scandinavia - 1539

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National Geographic Olaus Magnus"s Scandinavia - 1539

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Published by Mapquest.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maps, charts & atlases,
  • Europe,
  • Northern Europe, Scandinavia,
  • Europe - Scandinavia,
  • Maps,
  • Maps & Road Atlases,
  • Reference

  • Edition Notes

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    SeriesWychwood Antique Reproduction Maps
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12118572M
    ISBN 10187985645X
    ISBN 109781879856455

      Olaus Magnus, who was born in Linköping, Sweden, in produced a map of Scandinavia in titled Carta Marina (images from the map by section are available from the James Ford Bell Library) and the first comprehensive book on Scandinavia in titled Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (you can read the whole text in Latin on Projekt. Olaus Magnus shows how Theoderik, king of Goths (not from Scandinavia), followed the old tradition to adopt a son of weapons (adopte in arma). King Theoderik gives the father (the king of the Herules) a horse, a sword and a shield to confirm the adoption. x px. Book 8, Ch. 7. On Noble Boys Upbringing to Warriors.

    - Олаф Магнус - Carta Marina, - Шотландия, Англия. Древние карты мира в высоком разрешении - Старинные карты. Carta Marina photo and image search. Search six million images spanning more t years of world history, from before the Stone Age to the dawn of the Space Age and find the perfect picture for your project from Granger.

    Olaus Magnus Gothus (Magni, lat. suuri, lokakuu Itä-Götanmaa – 1. elokuuta Rooma) oli varhainen ruotsalainen historioitsija, kirjailija ja kartografi sekä Strängnäsin tuomiorovasti.Hänet tunnetaan parhaiten ensimmäisen Pohjoismaita kuvaavan kartan, Carta marinan, tekijänä ja Pohjoisten kansojen historian kirjoittajana. feb - Caitlin Squires Grimsdick descrubrió este Pin. Descubre (y guarda) tus propios Pines en Pinterest.


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This map of Scandinavia was prepared by the last Catholic arch bishop of Sweden, Olaus Magnus (). It was originally published as a wall map printed on eight folio size sheets in Venice in The map gives an abundant inventory of the settlement, means of livelihood, fauna and other riches of the Nordic : Map.

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By the late sixteenth century, it appeared that no copy of Olaus Magnus' large wall map had survived. For over three centuries the large Carta Marina simply disappeared from view.

Then, ina copy of the original woodcut map of was discovered in the Hof- und Staatsbibliothek (now the Bayerisches Staatsbibliothek) in Münich, Germany. Olaus Magnus A Description of the Northern Peoples Book Summary: The Swedish scholar and prelate, Olaus Magnus (), last Catholic archbishop of Uppsala, lived the latter half of his life in exile.

His devotion to his country and his people never faltered, nor his determination to give them a glorious place on the European cultural map by his writings. As a Swede, Olaus Magnus knew the map of Scandinavia in the edition of Claudius Ptolemy's Geographia was hopelessly inaccurate. To set the record straight and to provide the best possible aid to navigators, (National Geographic) Ocean Eddies in the Carta Marina by Olaus Magnus (Plymouth Marine Library, PDF).

Olaus Magnus, Swedish Olaf Mansson, (born OctoberLinköping, Swed.—died Aug. 1,Rome), Swedish ecclesiastic and author of an influential history of Scandinavia. A Catholic priest, he went to Rome induring the Swedish Reformation, and thereafter lived in exile, first in Danzig and later in Italy, with his brother Archbishop Johannes Magnus, on whose death he was.

Olaus Magnus, a highly educated Swedish priest and scholar, published his geographically and ethnographically remarkable map of the Northern countries, the Carta marina, in Venice in During his travels in southern and central Europe Olaus Magnus had noticed how little people knew about the northern regions.

Through the map he wanted to remove this map – which was one of. Olaus Magnus was a Catholic priest in Lutheran Sweden; a man of Renaissance, an attentive observer of the Nature and life around him. Exiled in Germany, he started drawing a large map of the Northern countries on nine woodcut blocks.

It was completed in Venice, between andafter 12 years of work. Olaus Magnus was formally the last Catholic Archbishop of Sweden. He got this appointment in But as Sweden had broken the relationships with the Pope inthis was only Pro Forma. Carta Marina The probably most well-known work by Olaus Magnus is the Carta Marina (Olaus Magnus himself preferred the title Carta Gothica.

This map. Olaus Magnus was a 16th-century ecclesiastic, cartographer, and historian and in his book 'History of the Northern Peoples' (), he writes 'Those who sail up along the coast of Norway to trade or to fish, tell the remarkable story of how a sea serpent or sea dragaon of fearsome size, feet long and 20 feet wide, resides in rifts and caves outside Bergen.

Olaf Månsson (Latinized as Olaus Magnus) was born in Linköping, in southeastern Sweden, in His early schooling came at the cathedral school at Västeras. A lifelong love of travel was ignited when at age fifteen he made a trip to Oslo, about miles from his home.

Olaus had already earlier written Carta marina et Descriptio septemtrionalium terrarum ac mirabilium rerum in eis contentarum, diligentissime elaborata Anno Domini Veneciis liberalitate Reverendissimi Domini Ieronimi Quirini, which translates as "A Marine map and Description of the Northern Lands and of their Marvels, most carefully drawn up at Venice in the year through the generous.

Inthe Catholic Swedish priest Olaus Magnus published a large map of Scandinavia, the Baltic region, and the North Sea. His Carta Marina was published in Venice, where Olaus spent an important part of his more than 30 years in exile: He had come as an envoy to the Pope, but was eventually stranded, unable to return to a Sweden that had become Lutheran during his absence.

The Swedish scholar and prelate, Olaus Magnus (âe"), last Catholic archbishop of Uppsala, lived the latter half of his life in exile. His devotion to his country and his people never faltered, nor his determination to give them a glorious place on the European cultural map by his writings.

On his justly famous Carta Marina, published in Venice inhe promised a fuller account of. The first time one looks at a color print of Olaus Magnus’ Carta Marina, the eyes scan the crowded landmass and fix on the creatures in the.

In Olaus began working on a map of the southern Baltic coast. This quickly evolved into the creation of his wall map, the Carta to Olaus and Johannes were traveling or living in Danzig, where they became pensioners of the Polish archbishop and the city council (MagnusI:xxx-xxxi).

Olaus Magnus is also famous for his "Carta marina et descriptio septentrionalium terrarum" (Latin for Marine map and description of the Northern lands[1]; commonly abbreviated Carta marina) is the first map of the Nordic countries to give details and place names, created by Swedish ecclesiastic Olaus Magnus and initially published in Olaus Magnus.

When Olaus Magnus (Olaf Mansson before his name was Latinized) was born inhis homeland of Sweden was Catholic. Olaus and his older brother Johannes both became priests, but Martin Luther penned his Ninety-Five Theses when Olaus was in his mids, and the religious landscape of northern Europe began to change.

The brothers lived for awhile in Poland then. First edition of Magnus' great work, which constitutes the first larger geographical-ethnographical description of Scandinavia and one of the most important sources on the customs of the Northern peoples and daily life in the 16th century."Olaus Magnus () was the last Catholic archbishop of Sweden, which he left in Olaus Magnus was born in Linköping in October Like his elder brother, Sweden's last Catholic archbishop Johannes Magnus, he obtained several ecclesiastical preferments, among them a canonry at Uppsala and Linköping, and the archdeaconry of was furthermore employed on various diplomatic services after his mission to Rome inon behalf of Gustav I of Sweden (Vasa), to.

Olaus Magnus' Map of Scandinavia Sea map of a Scandinavia by Olaus Magnus, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Finland. Carta marina. Antique Reprint.

The caption reads: Marine map and Description of the Northern Lands and of their Marvels, most carefully drawn up at Venice in the year through the generous assistance of the Most Honourable Lord Hieronymo Quirino.

The Swedish scholar and prelate, Olaus Magnus (), last Catholic archbishop of Uppsala, lived the latter half of his life in exile. His devotion to his country and his people never faltered, nor his determination to give them a glorious place on the European cultural map by his writings/5(2).