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[De slagh van Bantam te water geschiet]
Bib ID 6574176
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline [cartographic image, sheet]
Translated title The naval battle of Bantam.
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Scale Scale not given (E 105°29'--E 105°46'/S 6°20'--S 6°34'). 
Printer T'Amsteldredam : C. Claesz., 1608
Description [T'Amsteldredam] : H. Alardi and J.E. Cloppenburgius, 1603 
1 view : mounted on Japanese paper ; 41.9 x 85.2 cm, on sheet 63.7 x 113.0 cm 
Partial contents Inset: Ware afbeeldinghe vā alle d'eijlanden ende zeecusten gheleeghen tuschēde stat Goa, ende de wijtver maerde Moluccen. 
Notes

Picture-map (or news map) of the Battle of Bantam in December 1601, produced from three copperplate sheets, showing the view of Bantam Bay with the battle between the Dutch and Portuguese ships at various phases (marked with letters A-H). The ship in the centre is identified as the Duyfken, later commanded by Willem Janszoon to chart the west coast of Australia's Cape Yorke Peninsula in 1606. Inset map in lower left corner's oriented to the south, depicting South East Asia from Goa to the Moluccas and the Philippines. Relief shown pictorially.

Title from bookseller's sales catalogue of 1609.

"CJVisscher excudebat"

Cartouche at upper left corner of map: Prudentibus, Honorandis, ac Reverendis Viris, Navigationi Indiae Orientalis Praefectis in his; ce Foederatis Inferioris Germaniae Regioni; bus: Necnon Speicalibus Eorum Collegiis, quae sunt in Hollandia Zelandia et Wesfrisia, Hermānus Alardi, et Johannes Everardj Cloppenburgius merito Dedicarunt Ao CD.d.CIII. On the left of the cartouche is the coat of arms of the Dutch Republic, and the Stadtholder Prince Maurits is on the right.

Above the inset: Heraldic arms of the VOC, surrounded with laurel wreath and sea gods, the new trading company’s coat of arms.

Includes illustrations; text and legend in margin.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-232523154

Cited In

Keyes, George S. Mirror of empire : Dutch marine art of the seventeenth century. [Minneapolis] : Minneapolis Institute of Arts ; Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1990, number 124

Zandvliet, K. Mapping for money : maps, plans, and topographic paintings and their role in Dutch overseas expansion during the 16th and 17th centuries. Amsterdam : Batavian Lion International, 1998, page 69

Subjects Duyfken (Ship) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.  |  Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie -- History -- 17th century -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.  |  Bantam, Battle of, Banten, Bay of, Indonesia, 1601.  |  Banten, Bay of (Indonesia) -- History -- 17th century -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.  |  Netherlands -- History -- 17th century -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.  |  Portugal -- History -- 17th century -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.  |  Southeast Asia -- Maps -- Early works to 1800.
Time Coverage 1601 
Form/genre Early maps.
Other authors/contributors Alardi, Hermānus  |  Cloppenburg, Johannes, 1592-1652  |  Claesz, Cornelis, approximately 1546-1609  |  Visscher, Claes Jansz., 1586 or 1587-1652

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