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Why You See All Those Sea Monsters On Old Pirate Maps - OMG Facts - The World's #1 Fact Source

Why You See All Those Sea Monsters On Old Pirate Maps - OMG Facts - The World's #1 Fact Source

"You could hold the whole world in your hands if you cradled this ostrich egg. Its carved surface shows what is thought to be the oldest known depiction of the New World on a globe" — wow!

"You could hold the whole world in your hands if you cradled this ostrich egg. Its carved surface shows what is thought to be the oldest known depiction of the New World on a globe" — wow!

Centuries-Old Drawings of Europe's Greatest Sea Monsters Two giant fishes attacking a ship off the coast of America, in a map from the first true modern atlas named Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, written by Abraham Ortelius, first printed in 1570

Centuries-Old Drawings of Europe's Greatest Sea Monsters

Centuries-Old Drawings of Europe's Greatest Sea Monsters Two giant fishes attacking a ship off the coast of America, in a map from the first true modern atlas named Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, written by Abraham Ortelius, first printed in 1570

blackpaint20:  The Beast Comes Out of the Sea  Giusto De’ Menabuoi

blackpaint20: The Beast Comes Out of the Sea Giusto De’ Menabuoi

Ancient map rendering of mythological sea creatures.

Ancient map rendering of mythological sea creatures.

medieval sea monsters - Google Search

medieval sea monsters - Google Search

1572, Gerard Mercator  The man who gave us the Mercator Projection produced more than a projection. He also produced pictures of sea monsters. This monster looks whimsical, with a face resembling a bird's. Five proboscidian trunks sprout from the sea monster's head, all blowing water, steam or mist. Its back end is a fairly standard-issue coiling sea-serpent tail.

1572, Gerard Mercator The man who gave us the Mercator Projection produced more than a projection. He also produced pictures of sea monsters. This monster looks whimsical, with a face resembling a bird's. Five proboscidian trunks sprout from the sea monster's head, all blowing water, steam or mist. Its back end is a fairly standard-issue coiling sea-serpent tail.

sailing chart ancient - Google 検索

sailing chart ancient - Google 検索

The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - Abraham Ortelius - The World (Typus Orbis Terrarum) Hand-colored copperplate engraving

The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - Abraham Ortelius - The World (Typus Orbis Terrarum) Hand-colored copperplate engraving

this isn't happiness™ (Map Monsters), Peteski

this isn't happiness™ (Map Monsters), Peteski

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