Orteliuss map of Portugal, 1570
Ortelius's map of Portugal. This map is from the 1570 first edition of Theatrum orbis terrarum ('Theatre of the World'). Drawn by the Flemish mapmaker Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598), and published by Gilles Coppens de Diest in Antwerp, this collection of 53 maps is considered to be the first true modern atlas.
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Betrothal Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugal 1502 Date: 1502
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Portugal, Lisbon, Tagus River and Praca do Comercio (Commerce Square) district, engraving from Nouvelle Geographie Universelle by Elisee Reclus, drawing from photograph by M. J. Laurent, 19th century
Portugal, 19th century. Lisbon, the Tagus River and Praca do Comercio (Commerce Square) district. Engraving from Nouvelle Geographie Universelle by Elisee Reclus, volume 1, page 957. Drawing by Talyor from a photograph by M. J. Laurent.
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