Engraving of Itamaraca Island from 1671 – Brazil

Engraving of Itamaraca Island from 1671 - Brazil - De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld"I. Tamaraca", Montanus, Arnoldus

Montanus' work was perhaps the greatest illustrated book on the New World produced in the seventeenth century.

It contained over one hundred beautifully engraved plates, views, and maps of North and South America.

The plates vividly depict forts, festivals, occupations, Dutch fleets, battles, religious rites, and customs of the native inhabitants. This important work was translated into German by Olivier Dapper, and into English by John Ogilby.

Several of the plates were later acquired by Pierre Vander Aa.

A fine view of Dutch Fort Oranje on the island of Itamaraca off the northeast coast Brazil. Native people and boats fills the foreground and a key at bottom identifies the important sites.
Engraving of Itamaraca Island from 1671 – Brazil – De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld “I. Tamaraca”, Montanus, Arnoldus Montanus’ work was perhaps the greatest illustrated book on the New World produced in the seventeenth century. It contained over one hundred beautifully engraved plates, views, and maps of North and South America. The plates vividly depict forts, festivals, occupations, Dutch fleets, battles, religious rites, and customs of the native inhabitants. This important work was translated into German by Olivier Dapper, and into English by John Ogilby. Several of the plates were later acquired by Pierre Vander Aa. A fine view of Dutch Fort Oranje on the island of Itamaraca off the northeast coast Brazil. Native people and boats fills the foreground and a key at bottom identifies the important sites.

Engraving of Itamaraca Island from 1671 – Brazil – De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld

“I. Tamaraca”, Montanus, Arnoldus

Montanus’ work was perhaps the greatest illustrated book on the New World produced in the seventeenth century.

It contained over one hundred beautifully engraved plates, views, and maps of North and South America.

The plates vividly depict forts, festivals, occupations, Dutch fleets, battles, religious rites, and customs of the native inhabitants. This important work was translated into German by Olivier Dapper, and into English by John Ogilby.

Several of the plates were later acquired by Pierre Vander Aa.

A fine view of Dutch Fort Oranje on the island of Itamaraca off the northeast coast Brazil. Native people and boats fills the foreground and a key at bottom identifies the important sites.

Engraving of Itamaraca Island from 1671 – Brazil

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