- Barentsz, Willem, approximately 1550-1597, Keere, Pieter van den, 1571-approximately 1646, and Claesz, Cornelis, approximately 1546-1609
- topographicè summa diligentia designantu à Guiljelmo Barentsono; Pieter van den Keere fecit. Relief shown pictorially; depths shown in bathymetric soundings. 3 bar scales on map, given in "Miliaria Italica," "Hispanicæ Leucæ," and "Miliaria Germanica." Decorative cartouches and border. Compass roses, rhumb lines. North oriented toward upper left. Shows topography, coastline, drainage, shoals, depths, anchorages, settlements (including ports). Illustrations of cities, ships, sea monsters. Latin titles with Dutch translations. 10 inset maps: Venetia -- De vaven Ancona -- Brūdicio -- Galipoli -- La Vilona in Turkia -- De haven Trau in Dalmatia -- De haven Catarro in Dalmatia -- De stadt ende haven Ragusa -- De haven Rouigno in Istria -- De haven S. Pedro de Melata. Appears in Cornelis Claesz' Caertboeck vande Midlandtsche Zee, Amsterdam, 1595.
- Cornelis Claesz]
- Caertboeck vande Midlandtsche Zee and Renaissance Exploration Map Collection
- Italy, Europe, and Venice, Gulf of (Italy)
- Nautical charts and Harbors
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