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A beautiful example of Jan Janvier's 1762 decorative map of South America. Covers from the island of Hispaniola and the Yucatan south to Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn, east to Africa, and west to Mexico. Details the whole of the South American continent showing mountains, rivers, national boundaries, cities, regions, and tribes. Identifies the mythical Laguna de Xarayes, supposed gateway to paradise or El Dorado, as the northern terminus of the Paraguay River. Also erroneously links the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers. A large decorative title cartouche appears in the lower left quadrant. Drawn by J. Janvier c. 1762 for issue as plate no. 33 in Jean Lattre's 1776 issue of the Atlas Moderne .
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