Blaeu of Amsterdam as a testimony of honor due and of a grateful mind.
Blaeu, as he states, marked on his globe the course of this expedition.
English, so that the price of Blaeu's four volume Atlas of 1650 was 12 10s.
In the year 1602 Blaeu issued a terrestrial and a celestial globe, each having a diameter of 23 cm.
D'Anville copied from Blaeu in 1746, and so the name got into some later atlases.
Blaeu for certain features of this edition, in which he followed a practice of the time.
The position of the church, close to the fortifications, as Blaeu's bird's-eye view shews, makes this story probable.
The theological works were printed in four volumes in folio, by the heirs of Blaeu, at Amsterdam, in 1679.
It will be noted that the family name Blaeu was not employed in the signature, but instead Alcmar, the name of his native place.