Public Domain Maps of The World


Nuremberg Chronicle world map
Nuremberg Chronicle world map – BibliOdyssey

Collection of natural science, astronomy and ancient technology images from various sources selected by BibliOdyssey. 1400 – 1499


Standard map of the World.
Standard map of the World. – Library of Congress

01/01/1942


Political map of the world.
Political map of the world. – Library of Congress

01/01/2000


Political map of the world.
Political map of the world. – Library of Congress

01/01/1982


Map map of the world relief map.
Map map of the world relief map. – pixabay.com

2016


Physical map of the world, June 2003.
Physical map of the world, June 2003. – Library of Congress

01/01/2003


Physical map of the world, June 2011.
Physical map of the world, June 2011. – Library of Congress

01/01/2011


Political map of the world, April 2006.
Political map of the world, April 2006. – Library of Congress

01/01/2006


Political map of the world, June 2003.
Political map of the world, June 2003. – Library of Congress

01/01/2003


Physical map of the world, 2002.
Physical map of the world, 2002. – Library of Congress

01/01/2002


The Daily Telegraph map of the world on Mercator's projection /
The Daily Telegraph map of the world on Mercator’s projection / – Library of Congress

01/01/1918


Map of the World from the best authorities.
Map of the World from the best authorities. – Library of Congress

01/01/1795


Map of the world on the Mercator projection.
Map of the world on the Mercator projection. – Library of Congress

01/01/1875


New map of the world with all the new discoveries.
New map of the world with all the new discoveries. – New York Public Library

1798


Map of the world on a globular projection.
Map of the world on a globular projection. – New York Public Library

1794


Map of the world from BL Royal 14 C IX, ff. 1v2
Map of the world from BL Royal 14 C IX, ff. 1v2 – British Library

Miniature of the map of the world, at the beginning of Ranulf Higden’s Polychronicon. Image taken from ff. 1v2 of Polychronicon. Written in Latin.


Map of the world with the phases of the moon, the planets, and the sun
Map of the world with the phases of the moon, the planets, and the sun – National Library of the Netherlands

1460


Seismicity of the earth, 19601980 /
Seismicity of the earth, 19601980 / – Library of Congress

01/01/1982


Manuṣyaloka, map of the world of man, according to Jain cosomological traditions.
Manuṣyaloka, map of the world of man, according to Jain cosomological traditions. – Library of Congress

01/01/1890


A map of the world, exhibiting all the new discoveries, 1794.
A map of the world, exhibiting all the new discoveries, 1794. – New York Public Library

1794


Map of the world from BL Royal 20 B XII, f. 4v
Map of the world from BL Royal 20 B XII, f. 4v – British Library

Coloured map of the world in two hemispheres. Image taken from f. 4v of Le premier livre de la cosmographie en rhetorique francoyse. Written in French.


Map of the world from BL Harley 7182, ff. 58v59
Map of the world from BL Harley 7182, ff. 58v59 – British Library

Map of the world entitled, ‘Totius Orbis Habitabilis Brevis Descriptio’ with personifications of the twelve winds and the signs of the zodiac. Image taken from ff. 58v59 of Geography (index Cosmographie primus) with twentyseven maps. Written in Latin.


Map of the world from BL Royal 15 E III, f. 67v
Map of the world from BL Royal 15 E III, f. 67v – British Library

Detail of a miniature of a map of the world divided on three parts, Europe, Asia, and Africa, at the beginning of book 15. Image taken from f. 67v of De proprietatibus rerum in French (Livre des proprietez des choses). Written in French. 1482


New and Correct map of the world, according to Mr. Wright....
New and Correct map of the world, according to Mr. Wright…. – New York Public Library

1733


Map of the world from BL Royal 14 C IX, ff. 1v2
Map of the world from BL Royal 14 C IX, ff. 1v2 – British Library

Miniature of the map of the world, at the beginning of Ranulf Higden’s Polychronicon. Image taken from ff. 1v2 of Polychronicon. Written in Latin.