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which Mercator and Ortelius had lent the sanction of their important testimony, was emphasized again in 1583 in the Trois mondes of Popellinière, who, besides the old and the new, found his third world in this same Antarctic expanse of land. It is again found prominent in a map of the manuscript atlas dated 1587,2 preserved in the British Museum, and in the map of the same date in Johannes Myritius' Opusculum geographicum, published at Ingolstadt in 1590. In the map, however, which Hakluyt added to his Paris edition of Peter
1 Follows Kohl's no. 359.
2 Kohl's Collection, no. 396.
DU NOORT'S FLEET AT ROTTERDAM, 1598. From Olivier du Noort's Description du penible Voyage, ... pour traversant le destroict de Magellanes, descouvrir les Costes de Cica, Chili & Peru (Amsterdam, 1602).
RIO DE JANEIRO, 1599.
KEY. – G, Anchorage of ships. A, Portuguese fort. B, The town of Rio de Janeiro. C, Sugar-loaf mountain. D, Place where prisoners were exchanged.
Cf. De Bry's Additamentum nonæ partis (1602) and Gottfriedt's Newe Welt (1655), p. 390.