File:Ptolemaeus Magna Germania.jpg

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English: The 4th Map of Europe from Ptolemy's Geography, depicting Germany.
Deutsch: EVROPA TABVLA QVARTA – Quarta Europe Tabula continet Germaniam cum insulis sibi adiacentibus. Die Karte zu Magna Germania aus der im Original griechisch verfaßten Geographike Hyphegesis des in Alexandria wirkenden Claudius Ptolemäus (*um 100; † um 175). Spätmittelalterliche Kopie des 15. Jahrhunderts die unter dem Titel Cosmographia erschien. Ptolemäus soll zwischen 125 und 151 tätig gewesen sein. Viele Wissenschaftler gehen davon aus, daß das Kartenwerk entweder vollständig oder zumindest teilweise in späterer Zeit auf der Grundlage des ptolemäischen Textes rekonstruiert worden ist. Der Codex Latinus V F.32 liegt in der Nationalbibliothek Neapel. Das Kartenwerk wird dem in Italien tätigen Deutschen Nicolaus Germanus zugeschrieben.
Date 15. Jahrhundert/31. Oktober 2009
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Author Nicolaus Germanus/Mediatus
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Map of the Roman Empire and Germania, labeled Magna Germania, in the early 2nd century.
Map of the Roman Empire and Scandinavia and Magna Germania, in the early 2nd century.

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