Didier Robert de Vaugondy
Didier Robert de Vaugondy (1723 – 1786) was an 18th-century French geographer.
The son of Robert de Vaugondy, he was appointed geographer of the King by Louis XV, geographer of the Duke of Lorraine by Stanisław Leszczyński, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, Duke of Lorraine. In 1773, he became royal censor for works related to geography, navigation, and travels.
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Orbis Vetus in utraque continente juxta mentem Sansonianam distinctus, nec non observationibus astonimicis redactus.
Lovely 1752 world map with references to the mythical island of Atlantis and a bearded Chronos.Cartographer(s): Didier Robert de VaugondyPlace/Date: Paris / 1752$1,700 Add to cart