Gabriel Tatton's Maritime Atlas of the East Indies, 1620–1621: Portsmouth Royal Naval Museum, Admiralty Library Manuscript, MSS 352

@article{Tyacke2008GabrielTM,
  title={Gabriel Tatton's Maritime Atlas of the East Indies, 1620–1621: Portsmouth Royal Naval Museum, Admiralty Library Manuscript, MSS 352},
  author={Sarah Tyacke},
  journal={Imago Mundi},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={39 - 62}
}
Gabriel Tatton's collection of manuscript charts, now in the Portsmouth Royal Naval Museum (Admiralty Library Manuscript, MSS 352), is the sole surviving example of original marine surveying in the East Indies by the English in the first half of the seventeenth century. The significance of these charts, however, rests on their immediacy as a record of the ships' routes, drawn by the professional chartmaker Gabriel Tatton while on an English East India Company voyage to the Spice Islands, China… Expand
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