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103-Le Coste Marittime delle Isole di Sardegna e Corsica .   The map belongs to the atlas Prima parte dello Specchio del Mare published in 1664 in Genoa by F.M. Levanto. It was taken from a copper plate engraving and proposes a sector of the Mediterranean Sea with Sardinia, Corsica, Elba and other small Islands of the Tuscan Archipelago and the Promontory of Piombino.
Author: Francesco Maria Levanto

Genova ,1664

104-Regna Sive Insulas Sardiniae ac Corsicae .   The colored map measures 56,7 x 48,6 cm. It belongs to the Atlas Novus of T.C. Lotter, printed in 1764 in Augsburg. At the top on the right are exposed the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago ,on the left there is a beautiful wind rose and on the right below a decorating picture.
Author: Tobiae Conradi Lotter

Augsburg ,1764

Sardinia Insula .   The map resides in Sebastiano Munster's atlas Cosmographiae universalis - Libri VI , edition released in 1554. It was taken from a woodcut and measures 25,5 x 15,5cm. In 1550 this atlas was published for the first time in latin. The document has no scale, parallels, meridians and it is not graduated in the margins. But we can see the cardinal points Occidens, Septentrio,Oriens, the South is missing.
Author: Sigismondo Arquer


295-Island of Sardinia .   The map belongs to the atlas Italia di Gio Ant. Magini, published by the son of the author in 1620. It contains 61 maps. The 60th represents Sardinia and was realized before 1605. It's a colored map with graduated margins but no numerical references. The longitudes as well as the latitudes are subdivided in 1'. It measures 34,3 x 44,5 cm and it is on a scale of about 1:736 000.
Author: Gio Antonio Magini


296-Isola di Sardegna .   The map of Sardinia, painted in water colours, has the West at the top, the North with a lily on the right and three wind roses over the sea. The more important towns like Cagliari, Oristagni, Bosa città, Algeri (Alghero), C. Aragonese (Castelsardo) and Terra Nuova (Olbia) are indicated with red perspective drawings, however the smaller places have just a little circle. The Gulf of Cagliari and the Gulf of Teulada are in the South, the Isola Rossa is indicated with a beautiful red colour. The islands of the Sulcis territory are correctly placed in the South West, Zamara o Asinara Isola, the Isola Piana and the Promontory of Monte Falco are in the North West, a non-existing group of islands (Isole Sanguinari), Serpentara and I Cavoli are in the South East. A wonderful picture of an allegoric figure holding the blazon of the island (a shield with a red cross and four black Moors with a frontlet), includes the title. The figure is drawn with a large human foot refering to the Greek name of Sardinia Sandaliotis. On the bottom right a mythological figure over the sea holds a graduated scale of fifteen Italian miles on its shoulder. Measuring 38 x 49,5 cm, this map comes from the atlas Geographiae Blavianae volumen octavum quo Italia quae est Europae liber sextus, continetur Amstelodami, Labore & Sumptibus Joannis Blaeu MDCLXII, printed in 1662 in Amsterdam.
Author: Ioannis Blaeu


297-Isola Regno di Sardegna .   The mapbelongs to the atlas Isolario descrittione Geografico è Historica,
Author: P. Maestro Coronelli


299-Sardinia Insula .   The map is in a free format and measures 29,8 x 19 cm. It was probably printed in 1550 in Veneto from Fabio Licinio's cupper plate engraving. At tha time the map had a certain success because of its rich graphical contents. Therefore it was often copied and inserted with few variations in other cartographic works of the 16 th century.
Author: Fabio Licinio


300-Descrittione dell'Isola di Sardegna .   The map measures 15,5 x19,2 cm, the drawing alone 10,3 x 14 cm. It resides in Porcacchi's and Arretino's atlas L'isole più famose del mondo, edition published in 1572 in Venice. The document was taken from Girolamo Porro's woodcut and proposes Gio. F. Camocio's map of 1571.
Author: Tommaso Porcacchi


301-Isle et Royme de Sardaigne .   The map measures 39 x 28,7 cm and belongs to the atlas N. Sanson d'Abbeville Cartes generales de toutes le parties du monde, ou les empires, monarchies, republiques, etats, peuples et de l'Asie, de l'Afrique, de l'Amerique sont exactement remarques et distinguèes suivant leur estenduè, Paris, l'autheur, P. Mariette, 1658 . Considering the longitude of the major Island, the scale is about 1:760 000. The margins are graduated and subdivided in 2'30''. The numeral values are marked from 10' to 10'.
Author: Nicola Sanson


302-Sardinia .   The map measures 19,2 x 14,6 cm and belongs to the latin edition of G. and I. Blaeu's atlas Theatrum Orbis Tertrarum sive Atlas Novus, part III, printed in 1640 in Amsterdam. Considering the long side of the island, Sardinia is on a scale of 1:1 525 000 and exposed in horizontally position, with the North on the left. The coast profil is well delineated, the most important promontories are marked and the gulf of Cagliari is correctly oriented.
Author: Gulielmus e Ioannis Blaeu


303-Island of Sardinia .   The map measures 34 x 44,5 cm and belongs to Magini's Atlas Italia, printed in 1620 in Bologna. Considering the long side of the island, the scale is about 1:736 000. The margins are graduated and subdivided in 1', but there are no numeral references.The edge beneath on the right is decorated with a seamonster tracking a sailing vessel. The other edges have three decorated pictures, the one above on the right contains the title Isola di Sardegna
Author: Giovanni Antonio Magini


304-Nova et acurata Totius Sardiniae Tabula .   The rather big map, printed in 1720, measures 113,5 x 74 cm, has no gradueted margins but four decorated pictures. It's the first cartographic document realized by the House of Savoy after acquiring the Empire of Sardinia.
Author: Domenico Colombino


306-Contour of the Sardinia's Empire Map .   The map was probably drawn in 1788 from Maina's original design of 1746. Painted with watercolours, it measures 48 x 31,1 cm and has three decorated pictures and seven wind roses.
Author: Craveri


310-Carta della Sardegna .   The map measures 35 x 27 cm and holds an italian and french inscription indicating the same engraving plate of the 1838 edition.
Author: Alberto Lamarmora


311-Carta dell' Isola di Sardegna .   The map measures 35 x 27 cm and holds an italian and french inscription indicating the same engraving plate of the 1838 edition.
Author: Casalis


314-Sardaigne Hydrographique .   The colored map was printed in 1813 and measures 72 x 124 cm. There are neighter graduated margins nor geographic coordinates. Except from the title, the map inside is empty. But the coast contour is rich of names. It's the second edition of a map printed in 1785-88.
Author: Francois Giaume


315-Le Royaume de Sardaigne .   The map was printed 1779 in Venice at Ramondini's workshop. It measures 42 x 66 cm, it is written in Italian and French and was taken from a cupper plate engraving,. It's a beautiful map with an orographic perspective representation.
Author: P. Santini


316-Carte demonstrative de la triangulation de 1er ordre executee en sardaigne de 1835 a .   The map is on a scale of 1:1 000 000, measures 35,2 x 26 cm and proposes the basis of the first topographic measurement of the Sardinia Island.
Author: Alberto Lamarmora


321-Sardegna .   The design measures 22,5 x 38 cm, the map 27,5x 44cm. It resides on page 280, 4th edition of the Atlas sive Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura" ,printed in 1611 in Amsterdam.
Author: Gerardo Mercatore


323-Carte & descripption de Sardaigne .   The paper measure cm 15,5 x 7.6, and is located at p. 213 Atlas Discours Historial de antique et illustre citè de Nismes En la Gaule Narbonoise, Avec les portraits des plus antiques et insignes bastimens du lieu dit, reduits to leur vraye mesure et proportion, ensemble de antique et moderne Ville is Par Jean Poldo Of Albenas, in Lyon, par Guillome Roville. Avec privilege pour dix ans 1560. On the last page however appears as date printed on 15th April 1564. This document map feature of Sardinia shows no significant new elements with respect to knowledge of the time and again, with a few insignificant variations, the paper made by Sigismondo Arquer and published by Munster in Latin language edition of his Atlas of 1550.
Author: Antoine Du Pinet De Norot


402-Sardegna Van Keulen .   This map comes from the Ioannes van Keulen atlas Zee-Atlas ofte Water Waereld, printed in 1706 in Amsterdam.
Author: Van Keulen


445-Sardegna Bordone Particolate .  
Author: Bordone


446-Sardegna di Bordone e descrizione di Sicilia .   The map measures 8.4 x 14.6 cm in the design and the work is published in Venice in 1528 Libro di Benedetto Bordone nel qual si ragiona di tutte l’isole del mondo con li loro nomi antichi et moderni, historie, favole, et modi di loro vivere, et in qual parte del mare stanno, et in qual parallelo et clima giacciono con il breve di Papa Leone et gratia et pri vilegio della Illustrissima Signoria com’in quelli appare. MDXXVIII. the left, while overhead a cross indicates the East, presents the directions of the eight principal winds but does not accompany the graded edges, or to map grid, or of scale. The name of the island lies in the north-east and on the left is represented the extreme southern part of Corsica in the name of that island.
Author: Bordone


466-SARDEGNA .   The name is placed at the center of Sardinia, Cagliari Chief among the signs to the South and the North Cape LOGUDORO. Major cities are marked by their fortifications, with well-placed Cagliari in the south, west and Oristano Sassari in north-west. It is located on the map in scale 1: 2,600,000 designed in 1700 by French geographer Guillaume De L'Isle entitled : L’Italie. Dressee sur les observations de Mrs. de l’Academie Royale des Sciences sur celles du R.P. Riccioli de la Compagnie de Jesus, et autres astronomes du pays, et sur plusieurs autres memoires. Par G. De l’Isle, Geographe. A Paris, chez l’Auteur sur le Quai de l’Horloge, avec Privilege du Roy, pour 20 ans, M.D.CC. Grave par Berey.Top left is a scroll with a range of scales used in the territories represented: Milliaria Principatus Pedemonty, MilliriaAnconitana, Milliria Boniae et Ravennae, Milliria communia Italica, Milliria Florentina, Milliria Genuesia, Milliria Parmensia, Milliria Venetia, Milliria Mutinensia, Milliria Roma, Milliria Mantua, Milliria Ferrarensie, Milliria Gallica commu(nia).
Author: Seutter


643-Provincia Insulae Sardinae .  
Author: Bernard Bourdigalensis


507-sardegna .   Map of the island or the kingdom of Sardinia with care reduced by the most accredited materials and proper behind recent news. Map black and white made in 1857 and printed by litho junker Turin Turin.
Author: G. Biasioli


609-Sardinien .  
Author: Gabriel Bodenehr


619-Isle et Royame de Sardaigne .   Color map, derived from an engraving in copper alloys by Jean baptiste Nolin (1657-1708). L Charter is taken from opera Le Theatre du Mond dedié au Roi pleased the cartes générales et particulieres roiames et des Etats qui le composent avec plusieurs provinces, published since 1700 ... the Charter was also used in other Atlas Nolin (Nouvelle edition du Theatre de la Guerre en Italie ..) The card that offers both Northern and southern areas in different colours, is graduated in low margins, there are 2 scales graphics. The coasts are dashed blue, hydrography represents the main watercourses, whereas I see is a bunch of mole.
Author: Jean Baptiste Nolin


621-Novelle carte de l'Isle de Sardigne .   Map nautica and white representing the XIII table Atlas boat Michelot and Bremond. The title is placed at the Centre of Sardinia and is within a lable surmounted by the coat of arms of Louis XV. The map is enriched by 6 rose of the winds to 32-way. The card carries no indications on the island and offers only a few towns, towers coastal ponds and estuaries of major rivers
Author: Henri Michelot e Laurent Bremond


638-Baye de Cagliari .   Nautical Map of 1763that isura cm32x18 and it is found in the Petite Atlas Francois And' directed to South, the title is contained in a cartiglio and represents the gulf of Oristano and the damp zones of the southern Sinis.
Author: Joseph Roux


628-Sardiniae Regnum et Insula .   It is contained in the atlas "Isolario Geographical descrittione. Historica, Sacred-profane, Ancient-modern, Politics, Natural and Poetic. Seas, Gulfs, Breasts, Piagge, Brings, Boats, Peaches, Promontories, Mountains, Woods, Rivers, Lakes, Ponds, Baths, Volcani, Mines, Gems, Wealths and Coins; Iscrittioni, Languages, Governments, Armed Strengths, Wars, Alliances, Purchases, Losses, Truces, Treated of Peace, Claustral and Equestrian Religions, Concilj and Missions, Bishoprics, Archpriests and Patriarchies; Laws, Customs, Habiti, Coats of arms, Academies, Huomini Illustri and every most exact notitia of all the Islands Coll'osservationi of the rock-clifves, sirti, scagni, shoals of the globe terracqueo. Additional also the Drawn back de Dominators of them. Adorned of Three hundred-ten Geographical tables, Topographical, Corografiche, Iconografiche, Scenografiche, Idrografiche and Potamografiche. To great dilucidazione and use of the Navigatione. It is in supplement of the XIV Volumi of the Bleau. Tome II of the atlas Veneto. Work and study of the
Author: Vincenzo MariaCoronelli


629-Carta Geografica della Isola di Sardegna .   The map is found In the work of Guillaume Delisle Atlas Novissimo that contains overall the parts of the momdo in which I/you/they am exactly descritti.stampato to Venice in the 1750. The crta derives from one of the Works of G. sanson
Author: Guillaume Sanson d'Abbeville


630-Le Royaume de Sardigne .   The map stamped in Paris in 1753 and the good cartographic document of the XVIII is considered secoloper how much it concerns the sardegna. And' note also as paper of the Piedmontese Engineers. Tall À a left is found unb cartiglio cn the tittolo and you/he/she is equipped by explanatory text.
Author: George Louis Le Rouge


639- Des Koenigreichs Sardinien Sudlicher Theil .  
Author: Franz Johann Joseph Von Reilly


640-Die Staaten des Konigs von Sardinien .   This map, measuring 22,5 x 25,1 cm and printed in 1789 in Vienna, was drawn by Franz Johann Joseph von Reilly. It shows the Sardinian Kingdom's territory with the island in a square on the top right. At the bottom appears the Dukedom of Oneglia Genua. The title is on the left, the graphic scales are at the top.
Author: Franz Johann Joseph Von Reilly

Vienna. PREZZO € 26.00,1789

644-Sardinia Insula .   The map is contained in the edition in Latin language of the atlas Guil. Et Ioannis Blaeu Theatrum Orbis terrarum sive Atlas Novus. Pars Tertia, Amsterdami Apud Ioh & Cornelium Blaeu 1640. L.atlante was given to the presses in 1640 to Amsterdam from Willem Janszoon Blaeu and you/he/she was republished in numerous editions, also after his/her death, edited by his/her children Joannis and Cornelium. The work is composed of 358 pages and you/he/she is equipped of 61 papers; that of Sardinia is found to page 109. The initial part is reserved to Italy, and he/she understands 220 pages, Greece and Great Britain follow, which 7 and 8 pages are respectively devoted
Author: Guilelmus e Ioannis Blaeu


645- L'Isola e Regno di Sardegna .   The map, that measures cm 54,7x39,1 and in the sketch cm 34,5x48,7, are found in the Arcane atlas of the Sea of D. Ruberto Dudleo, Duke of Nortumbria and count of Warvich - Tome according to, container the sixth book - In which deals with his/her Maps Geographical, and Particular second Impression, Correct, increased, according to the original one of the same Excellent Signor Duca, that preserves him in the bookstore of the convent in Florence of the Peace, de' Monks of St. Bernard of the order Fuliense. With the index of the Chapters, and of the Figures and Instructions to' Booksellers to tie her. To the serene Ferdinando Secondo Granduca of Tuscany In Fiorenza 1661 In the New Stamperia for Joseph Cocchini, to the Stella's insignia to appeal of Jacopo Bagnoni and Anton Francis Lucini With License de' Superior. The arcane one of the Sea was for the navigators of the epoch a fundamental text, because it brought entirely data new and new methodologies on the navigation, on the naval architecture, on the maritime discipline and mili
Author: Robert Dudley


646- Sardinae Antiquae Descriptio .   The map is in the atlas Sicily Antiqua cum minoribus insulis ei adiacentibus item Sardinia et Corsica opus post omnium curas elaboratissimum, tabulis geographicis arc' expressis, illustratum. Ludguni Batavorum ex shop elseviriana. Year 1619. Sardinia, represented to the table 3, you/he/she is accompanied by a description of the island equipped by many data and references of ancient authors that you/they have written some island. The map measures cm 20,5 xes 31,9 and in the sketch cm 28,4 xes 17,5, have been printed to Bologna in 1619 and it propose in the coastal profile of the island the formulation maginiana. The title, Sardiniae Antiquae descriptio, auctore Ph. Cluverio, is found to the left aloft in a situated quadrangular cartiglio, while in low to the right a graphic staircase of 40 millias is present passuum.
Author: Filippo Cluverio


647- Isola e Regno di Sardegna .   The map is in a composite volume that has as title Theater of the War and it is the n. 7 of a harvests of 11 colored presses. This document, that introduces aloft the North and it measures cm 64,6 xes 42,0 and in the sketch cm 61,5 xes 38,8, are part of a General Paper of Italy produced by unknown author at the end of the XVIII century; in the preserved volume in the library Casanatenses are present only some of the ten presses that compose this work, among which the first one represents western Sicily, and the second proposes a part of that oriental and of Calabria and contains a Table of the Longitude and Latitude of the places of the present paper fixed on the most recent astronomic observations and the indication that You latitude is taken by the first meridian of the island of the iron. Among the other ones they are present the followings data that, he/she is specified, they have fixed above geographical combinations.
Author: Antonio Zatta


648-Sardegna centrale e meridionale .   The map, that center-southern Sardinia represents, as the preceding one is in the volume Theater of the War, it is the n. 10 of the harvest and it belongs to the edition of the General Paper of Italy it dates to the presses in the typography of Anthony Zatta in the 1798. The document derives from an incision in copper, it is color acquerellato, introduces aloft the North, measure cm 64,3 xes 41,8 and in the sketch cm 61,4 xes 386. Of this paper another edition is known, in black and white of which the author is not known, that has done reference to the paper called of the Ingenieurses Piemontois published by her Rouge in 1753 for the realization; from this last you/he/she has proposed the simbologia and line the divisions of the feudal districts. The writing Sardinia is set in the tall part of the sketch, the left border is graduated, and introduces a sweaters grid trapezoidal. On the left side they are present well 18 graphic staircases that pointed out the unities of measure of the principals been Italian and European.
Author: Antonio Zatta


650-Isola e Regno di Sardegna .   The Map, that measures cm 24,5 xes 17,5 and in the sketch cm 22 xes 26, are found in the volume 1° of the Italian Store that contains history (...) and other arts and sciences that can be of education and to like for every kind of people, The, Livorno 1752. of education and to like, a periodical printed edited by Anthony Santini and companions in great plaza to Livorno in July of the 1752. The sketch of the island, inserted among graduated edges, it is of clear formulation maginiana, with the five great oriental inlets and the Gulf of Cagliari opened to East. The title is inserted in a cartiglio set to the right aloft and adorned by shoots of grapevine; in low to the left it is, it foresees the coat of arms of the Kingdom of Sardinia instead with the four, dark and, below, the graphic staircase in miles of Italy. The North is suitable from a lily set above a circle
Author: Antonio Santini


651-Carte nouvelle de l'Isale et royame de Sardagne .   It is contained in the atlas Nouveau Theatre of Italy Tom. III. contenant les Royaumes de Naples et de Sicile published to Amsterdam by Pierre Mortier in the 1704. The atlas contains a harvest taken care of by the bookseller Pierre Mortier (1683 -1761), which used the papers stamped by Joannes Joan Blaeu (.1673), among which this paper of Nicola Sanson (.1667) was inclusive. The paper is graduated to the borders with a subdivision of 5' both for the latitude and for the longitude and it contains an inclusive space among 35°30' and 41°35' of latitude North and among 28°25' and 41°35' of East longitude from the meridian of the Green Head. In the paper the meridians and the parallels are brought and a rose of the winds is present with the North pointed out by a lily; every degree of latitude and longitude, is accompanied besides by the indication of a letter.
Author: Nicola Sanson




755 - Sardegna .  
Author: Ferdinando Bertelli


817- Carta Isola e Regno di Sardegna .  
Author: Alberto Lamarmora


Author: Anonimo


Author: Anonimo


809-Sardegna .  
Author: Thomaso Porcacchi


482-Sardegna .  
Author: Matthäus Greuter


Author: Tommaso Napoli


931- Sardegna .  


654 - Insularum Sardinia et Corsicae Descriptio .  
Author: Frederik De Witt


655- Isola di Sardegna .  
Author: Giovanni Fileti


Author: Arnoul


767-Sardinia .  
Author: Gerardo Mercatore


769 - Corsica et Sardinia .  
Author: Gerardo Mercatore


771 -Sardinia .  
Author: Cyprianus Eichovius


772 - Isle De Sardaigne .  
Author: Pierre Du Val