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Leo Belgicus

R. V. Tooley

Leo Belgicus

an illustrated list of variants

by R. V. Tooley

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Published by Map Collectors" Circle in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Belgium
    • Subjects:
    • Belgium -- Maps -- Bibliography

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. V. Tooley.
      SeriesMap collectors" series, no. 7
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6003 .M3 no.7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p.
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5963437M
      LC Control Number65056038

      Leo Belgicus map by Claes Jansz. Visscher with an unrecorded date (). It is well-known that the 'Leo' maps are a symbol of strength and bravery in their heraldic representation. The series of Leo-maps should be placed in the context of the Eighty Years' War or "Dutch War of Independence" (). Buy online, view images and see past prices for VAN DER HEIJDEN, H.A.M. – Leo Belgicus. An illustrated and annotated carto-bibliography. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

        A famous map made by the Dutch artist Claes Jansz Visscher ( – ). The map shows the Netherlands and part of modern Belgium in the form of a lion - the Leo Belgicus (latin for 'the Belgium Lion') - the term Belgium/ Belgicus/ Belgica was the common term in the Middle Ages until the 16th century to identify the entire Low countries (Modern Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg) and Author: Jeroen Pelgrom. The first Leo Belgicus were made by the Austrian cartographer Michael Aitzinger in , when the Netherlands was struggling for independence. Inspired by the heraldic figure of the lion, which appears on the coat of arms of various countries: Brabant, Flanders, Gelderland, Hainout, Netherlands, Limburg, Luxembourg and Zealand, as well as those.

      The book is on the Dutch war of independence - the 80 year war between Spain and the Low Countries. At auction this map can climb into four figures (dollars) and one auction catalogue says of it: 'Leo Belgicus maps are perhaps the rarest and most sought after of all antique maps. All examples of Leo Belgicus maps are scarce to rare.   A Leo Belgicus from , in its standard pose. Pieter van den Keere/Public Domain Sports teams and political movements alike know: if you want a Author: Cara Giaimo.


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LEO BELGICUS Paperback – by VAN DER HEIJDEN (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: VAN DER HEIJDEN.

Leo Belgicus: Non Fabula (Latin Edition) [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. LEO BELGICUS Copper engraving published by Francisco Corbelletti in Rome in as part of Famiano Strada s De Bello Belgico [Of the War in the Low Countries] Leo Belgicus - Francisco Corbelletti/Famiano Strada, The first Leo Belgicus was published by Michael von Aitzing () in his work 'De Leone Belgico' of Here the lion rampant, with right paw raised, faces right, with the lion’s back following the coastline.

The text to the far right is both an introduction to the lion and an apologia. Leo Belgicus: | | ||| | |Leo Hollandicus|, by Claes Jansz. Visscher, World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation Leo Belgicus book the largest online encyclopedias. The first Leo Belgicus was published by Michael von Aitzing () in his work 'De Leone Belgico' of Here the lion rampant, with right paw raised, faces.

Title Leo Belgicus. Contributor Names Hondius, Jodocus, Created / Published. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Get this from a library. Leo Belgicus: the Dutch & Flemish world, [Library of Congress.]. This Leo Belgicus was in inserted into the book De Leone Belgico that Michael Von Aitsing wrote on the war of independence of the Netherlands.

In the preface to his book Von Aitzing put forth his motives for choosing this particular title and for inserting the lion map. [Leo Belgicus]. Two first states printed in Antwerp. 2 engr., 9,5 x 15,5 cm (trimmed on the borderline).

Lion rampant facing right from Famiano Strada's "De bello Belgico". Following the Von Aitzing-Hogenberg model, eight different plates were engraved for Strada's book. Those present are: 1. "De bello Belgico decas prima [ ].".

Relief shown pictorially. "Montanus expanded the text, Pieter van den Keere's Germania inferior, "--Tooley's Dict. of mapmakers, Rev. K-P, p. Issued in slip case. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy imperfect: Stains on some pages.

Includes index. Leo Belgicus was used as a logo on certain Belgian publications after the defeat of Napoleon (ID #Journal de la Belgique, ), and lions feature prominently on the nation's coat of arms today.

Heijden identifies 33 separate versions of Leo Belgicus from tomany with multiple states. The separation of the Low Countries Title Leo Belgicus. Author DOETECUM, Johan van Publisher C.

Visscher, Publication place [Amsterdam], Publication date Dimensions by mm (17 by inches). Price £60, Reference   Leo Belgicus by Petrus Kaerius (), copied from the original design by Michael Aitzinger.

Image taken here  from the  website  of the Sanderus map shop in Ghent. The Leo belgicus. The Netherlands, depicted in the form of a lion originated with the Austrian Michael von Aitzing (c.

), who inserted in his book De Leone Belgico () a Leo Belgicus map, engraved by Frans Hogenberg. In the preface of this work von Aitzing explains.

"Leo Belgicus,” or the Belgian Lion, shows the Netherlands and Belgium as a lion standing on its hind legs. This map is part of the first edition of the first atlas of an entire country, by renowned Flemish engraver and Publisher Pieter van den Keere.

Directions: Click on the image to launch the puzzle. The default difficulty setting for this puzzle is fairly easy. For a greater challenge, play on and adjust the number of pieces using the “Play As” button in the upper right-hand corner. The Leo Belgicus is a map of the former Low Countries (the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium and a small part of northern France).They are drawn in the shape of a lion.

The Leo Belgicus that came first was drawn by the Austrian cartographer Michael Aitzinger in The Netherlands were fighting the Eighty Years' War for freedom at this time. There were three different drawings. - Buy Leo Belgicus: An Illustrated and Annotated Cato Bibliography book online at best prices in india on Read Leo Belgicus: An Illustrated and Annotated Cato Bibliography book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : H.

Van Der Heijden. - Buy Leo Belgicus: Non Fabula book online at best prices in India on Read Leo Belgicus: Non Fabula book reviews & author details and more at Author: Anonymous.Leo Belgicus.

1. A collection of nine maps, catalogued individually as items A-I in the following pages. 6. DANIEL CROUCH RARE BOOKS. The “Leo Belgicus” is one of the most famous of all.Leo Belgicus: An Illustrated and Annotated Cato Bibliography: Van Der Heijden, H. A. M.: Books - or: H.

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