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224-La costa d'Italia da Porto Hercole sino a C. dell'Arme .   The map measures 40 x 50,6 cm and belongs to the atlas Prima parte dello Specchio del Mare, published in 1664 in Genoa by F.M. Levanto. It offers an exhaustive view of the South Thyrrenian Sea.
Author: Francesco Maria Levanto

Genova ,0

225-Thyrrenian Sea .   The map measures 46,5 x 65,6 cm and represents a large part of the Thyrrenian Sea. Down on the right are reported the author's name, the place and the date of the map's redaction: Iacobus Maiolus fecit cartam Genue anno domini 1567 diem ianuarii XXX. Further on the right we can see a very beautiful wind rose from which depart 32 directions crossing in 9 different points. It's a typical nautical chart, very beatiful even if very schematic. It shows the coast profil and gives a lot of interesting informations for the navigation. There is no description of the inside area.
Author: Jacobus Maiolus

Genova ,1567

226-New chorographic map of the Sardinian's Empire States .   The map, printed in 1793, measures 74 x 69 cm and is on scale 1:500 000. It exposes Savoy, the Aosta Valley and a sector of the Piedmont.
Author: J. B. Bouge

Berlino ,1793

227-New special map of the Sardinia's States .   The map, printed in 1793, measures 74 x 69 cm and shows Liguria with a sector of the South Piedmont. Sardinia is exposed in a square.
Author: J. B. Bouge