Woodcut world map with several notable features. Most interestingly, in the right hand corner the mapmaker has shown a landmass labeled India Meridionalis, which is remarkably similar to the west coast of Australia and in the correct relative position. The history behind the European discovery of Australia is shrouded in doubt, and this map may be part of the story, perhaps and indication of earlier than accepted Portuguese knowledge of the island continent.
In Europe one can detect a hint of Bunting’s famous depiction of the continent as a queen. Africa presents a clear conception of a Ptolemaic Nile, along with the Mountains of the Moon. In the left hand corner we see an emerging America.