Woodcut, Ptolemaic world map redrawn for the later issues of Munster's Cosmographia. The traditional classical world is surrounded by clouds and eleven windheads (their names in banners). The continents are oddly shaped and all connected by a great southern continent "Terra incognito secundum Ptolemaeum". There is a very large "Toprobana" (modern day Sri Lanka) in the Indian Ocean, and the Indian subcontinent is severely truncated. Only the northern part of Africa is shown with the Nile originating in a series of lakes in a large mountain range. Ref: Shirley #162 Expert repairs on fold, filled worm holes, and a tear in bottom margin. Attractive later color.