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This is a rare 1579 Abraham Ortelius map Oise, Picardy, Francy. Oriented to the South and centered on Saint Quentin, the map covers from Cambrai to Noyon (Noviomagus Veromanduorum) and from Guise to Perone. The cathedral of Cambrai, in the department of Nord is famous for the composers it employed in the 15th and 16th centuries. Among them were Philippe de Monte, Johannes Lupi, Ockeghem and others. This area is also known for its production of Maroilles, a cow's milk cheese. This cheese is produced in rectangular blocks with a moist orange-red washed rind and a strong, distinct odor. The map features a decorative title cartouche in the lower left quadrant. Shows the region in wonderful detail with attention to forests, cities, rivers, villages and other topographical features. Cartographically based on the map by Jean de Surhon this map was published in Antwerp by A. Ortelius in 1579 for issue in his seminal atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.
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