“Spaine Newly Described, with Many Adictions, Both in the Attires of the People & the Setuations of Their Cheifest Cityes”

John Speed. From The Theatre of the Empire of Great-Britain, 1676.

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John Speed included this map of Spain in his world atlas, the earliest compiled by an Englishman.

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Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Spaine Newly Described, with Many Adictions, Both in the Attires of the People & the Setuations of Their Cheifest Cityes
Short Title Spaine Newly Described, 1676
Book Title The Theatre of the Empire of Great-Britain
Place of Publication London
Publisher Thomas Bassett and Richard Chiswell
Creator John Speed
Publication Date 1676
Call Number VAULT oversize Ayer 135 .S7 1676 map [80] (PrCt)
Location Special Collections 4th floor