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Livio Sanuto (c.1520-1576), was a Venetian cosmographer, mathematician and maker of terrestrial globes and also belonged to the prestigious Lafreri school of engravers, whose output signalled the transition between the maps of Ptolemy and the maps of Mercator and Ortelius.

Livio and his brother Giulio planned a massive, comprehensive atlas to include maps and descriptions of the whole world, which he believed would be more accurate than any previously published. Unfortunately, he died in 1576 having only completed twelve maps of Africa. The twelve maps were eventually published in 1588 by Livio's brother Giulio, under the title "Geografia Di M. Livio Sanuto..." .

 

Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
21 x 16 inches
Condition:
VG+
Stock#:
75049
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
21 x 15 inches
Condition:
VG
Stock#:
75056
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
20.75 x 16.5 inches
Condition:
VG+
Stock#:
75013
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
21 x 16 inches
Condition:
VG
Stock#:
75055
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
20.5 x 15.5 inches
Condition:
VG+
Stock#:
75247

Archived

Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
21 x 15 inches
Condition:
VG
Stock#:
29692
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
21 x 16 inches
Condition:
VG+
Stock#:
75568
Place/Date:
Venice / 1588
Size:
Condition:
VG
Stock#:
75017