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Liber Amicorum Günter Schilder

Vriendenboek ter gelegenheid van zijn 65ste verjaardag
Essays on the occasion of his 65th birthday
Festschrift zur Vollendung seines 65. Lebensjahres
Mélanges offerts pour son 65ième anniversaire

Edited by Paula van Gestel-van het Schip and Peter van der Krogt
with the collaboration of Marco van Egmond, Peter H. Meurer, Paul van den Brink and Edward H. Dahl

Utrechtse Historisch-Cartografische Studies, Utrecht Studies in the History of Cartography, vol. 6

Published by HES & De Graaf Publishers, 't Goy-Houten


Foreword Table of Contents Summaries

Table of Contents

Foreword by Tony Campbell 11
Editorial Foreword by Paula van Gestel-van het Schip 13
Alphabetical list of contributors 15

Congratulations

Edward H. Dahl Congratulations 17

Thomas Niewodniczanski Epistola gratulatoria für Günter Schilder 18

Hans Kok My life is a copperplate 22

Henk Deys Günter kept us off the streets 24

Life and work

Marco van Egmond Habsburger on the Dutch historical-cartographic throne: A bio-bibliography on Günter Schilder 27

Cartobibliographies

Peter van der Krogt 'Dits 't oogh van Oostenrijck, het trots en machtich Weenen': Nederlandse stadsgezichten en plattegronden van Wenen 51 (summary)

Hans-Uli Feldmann and Thomas Klöti Bernese maps as a symbol of state and religious independen ce 103 (summary)

Albert Ganado The Maltese Islands in Flemish cartography 117 (summary)

Matthew H. Edney Printed but not published: Limited-circulation maps of territorial disputes in eighteenth-century New England 147 (summary)

Dennis Reinhartz The Dutch mapping of Saint Martin 159 (summary)

Kenneth Nebenzahl Mapping Korea, a challenge to early mapmakers 167 (summary)

Mapmakers

Robert Karrow Cartographers in Alba Amicorum 177 (summary)

Rodney Shirley Netherlanders in Elizabethan England 187 (summary)

Ivan Kupcík Die kartographische Tätigkeit von Augustin Herman (ca. 1621- 1686) - Realität und Fiktion 203 (summary)

Peter H. Meurer Der Straßburger Kartenverlag Jacob van der Heyden 221 (summary)

Rudolf Schmidt War Coronelli in Wien? 245 (summary)

Dirk de Vries Jacob Mogge, gezworen landmeter van het Vrije van Sluis (ca. 1613-1669) 251 (summary)

Carmen Líter Mayayo The cartographer Tomás López and his map of the route of Don Quixote and the places of his adventures 267 (summary)

Klaus Stopp Drei Karten von Francesco Sabatini 281 (summary)

Maps

Ulla Ehrensvärd Eine schwedische Karte von 1533 in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden 289 (summary)

Leena Miekkavaara Which is which? Which is where? How to identify the two original copies of Olaus Magnus' Carta marina of 1539 297 (summary)

Marc Hameleers Het Von Reider-exemplaar: de oudste uitgave van de kaart van Amsterdam door Cornelis Anthonisz. (1544) 309 (summary)

Peter Barber Putting Musselburgh on the map: Two recently-discovered cartographic documents from the 'Rough Wooing' 327 (summary)

Egon Klemp Tilemann Stellas Karte vom Heiligen Land 339 (summary)

Kazimierz Kozica Martin Helwig's map of Silesia from 1561 - an unknown edition from 1612 345 (summary)

Frans Depuydt en Joost Depuydt De metrische nauwkeurigheid van Ortelius' Hispania Nova-kaart (1579) 359 (summary)

Martijn Storms 'Op ieder particuliere caart zal een compas moeten geteikent werden': De kompasroos op prekadastrale kaarten in Nederland 373 (summary)

Agustín Hernando The making of a highly persuasive and influential image: The first wall map of Catalonia (Vrients, 1606) 385 (summary)

Jan Werner Joan Blaeus worsteling met de Waterlandse steden 399 (summary)

Henrik Dupont Jens Sørensen's two 'lost' maps of Denmark found 417 (summary)

Willem Mörzer Bruyns Franse bronnen voor twee zeekaarten van Johannes van Keulen 429 (summary)

S.J. de Groot en A.H. Huussen Jr. Cartografische en militaire aspecten van de geallieerde veldtocht in 1743 tijdens de Oostenrijkse Successieoorlog 439 (summary)

Mary Sponberg Pedley A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America by a society of Anti-Gallicans (London, 1755) 449 (summary)

David Cobb Two maps in one: A correct map of the United States with the West Indies by Samuel Lewis, 1813 459 (summary)

Vladimiro Valerio Landscapes and Charting in the Nineteenth Century: Neapolitan-Austrian and English Cooperation in the Adriatic Sea 465 (summary)

Alexey V. Postnikov L.A. Zagoskin's expedition 1842-1844: On a history of Alaska's mainland's exploration and mapping 479 (summary)

Atlases

Philip Burden The origins of the 'miniature' Speed atlas: The first atlas of the British Isles 497 (summary)

Ferjan Ormeling De inhoud van de kaarten in de Atlas Isaak de Graaf 509 (summary)

Lisette Danckaert Klein, fraai, onjuist: Een Franse atlas uit het midden van de achttiende eeuw 523 (summary)

Paul van den Brink De voorgeschiedenis van de Atlas van Tropisch Nederland, 1905-1938: 'Het atlas-drama van begin tot einde' 533 (summary)

Map Collections

David Buisseret Cardinal Mazarin's supply of manuscript maps about 1650 555 (summary)

Monique Pelletier Buache et le Dépôt des cartes, plans et journaux de la Marine: Les débuts d'une institution, le départ d'une carrière, 1721-1737 563 (summary)

Kees Zandvliet The display of power and religion in the Dutch Governor's house in Taiwan 579 (summary)

Sjoerd de Meer en Irene Jacobs De collectie Bichon in het Maritiem Museum Rotterdam 595 (summary)

Jan Mokre Das neue Globenmuseum der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek im Palais Mollard 609 (summary)

Map Use

Elger Heere Het lokaliseren van perceelkaarten: Methode voor een systematische benadering 617 (summary)

Catherine Delano-Smith For whom the map speaks: Recognising the reader 627 (summary)

David Woodward Did John Donne have a map in mind in Hymne to God, my God, in my sicknesse? 637 (summary)

Summaries and Index

Summaries in English 647

General Index 667

Portfolio

To this publication belongs a portfolio with two facsimiles of bird's-eye views of Vienna:

1 Jacob Hoefnagel, bird's-eye view of Vienna from the north, published by Claes Jansz. Visscher, Amsterdam, 1640 (second state) (nr. II in cartobibliography on p. 61) Six sheets: total size 72,5 x 150 cm, with three text sheets.

2 Folbert van Ouden-Allen, bird's-eye view of Vienna from the west, engraved by Joseph Mulder, 1686 (second state) (nr. VI in cartobibliography on p. 91-92) Six sheets: total size 74 x 150 cm.


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