Celestial globe, century B. Paris, Kugel Collection The constellations depicted on this silver globe are based on the iconographic tradition of Hyginus. This is one of the oldest extant depictions of the celestial sphere.
A cut away atlas. Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego). Maya Lin explores landscape as both form and content, as well as the role technology plays in visualizing and transforming our world.
The world map of the Spanish cartographer, conquistador and explorer Juan de la Cosa created in 1500 is the earliest world map showing part of the Americas. Juan de la Cosa sailed the first 3 voyages with Columbus and was the captain of the Santa María.
The Ebstorf Map is an example of a mappa mundi (a Medieval European map of the world) similar to the Hereford Map. It was made by Gervase of Ebstorf, who was possibly the same man as Gervase of Tilbury, some time in the thirteenth century.
Mappa mundi in La fleur des histories Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France. Mappae mundi were never meant to be used as navigational charts. Rather, mappae mundi were schematic and were meant to illustrate different principles.