Early Mapping of Southeast Asia: The Epic Story of Seafarers, Adventurers, and Cartographers Who First Mapped the Regions Between China and India

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Tuttle Publishing, Nov 15, 1999 - History - 280 pages
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Early Mapping of Southeast Asia follows the story of mapmaking, exploration and colonization in Asia from the 16th to the 19th centuries. It surveys Southeast Asia's geography and civilizations, its maps and their influence on Western worldviews, as well as the image of Southeast Asia in the eyes of its neighbors.
  

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Contents

Chronological List of Figures
11
Introduction
12
1478
17
Southeast Asian Maps and Geographic Thought
24
World map Macrobius pg 68 fig
42
Asian Maps of Southeast Asia
44
Asia Martin Waldseemuller pg 110 fig
50
The Early Mediterranean and European Record
59
A Confusion of Peninsulas and Dragon Tails
90
Printed Maps Through 1538
100
17th Century
112
First Maps from the Spanish Voyages 15251540
124
Tangling with Terra Australis and Snared by the Linea
158
ca 1600
164
1601
173
1603
184

Detail of Lamai from the map of Asia Lorenz Fries
61
Medieval Europe
66
The Southeast Asian islands of inebila and imangla
67
European Pioneers
74
Early European Maps
81
Detail of the general map of Asia Abraham Ortelius
85
The Advent of the East India Companies
200
The Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
232
The Nineteenth Century and the Mapping of the Interior
252
Endnotes
265
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Thomas Suarez has served as curator for exhibits at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C., the addison Gallery of American Art and Bristol-Myers Squibb Gallery.

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