Double-page woodblock map of Southeast Asia, a landmark in the cartography of region, being the first printed map to focus on Malaya, Indochina and the East Indies. It was based on Waldseemuller’s large 1507 cordiform world map.
The mythical Lake Chiang Mai, labeled Lamia Lacq, is located at the top border. The islands are placed in a barely recognizable fashion including Iava Maior in roughly the position of Borneo. The map’s nomenclature is derived principally from Marco Polo. A small vignette illustrating cannibalism is set in the island of Angama (Andaman Islands), which is misplaced to the east of Java.