John Speed (1552-1629)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Farndon (G.B.), 1552
Death : 28-07-1629
Note :
Historien et cartographe
Field : Histoire
Géographie
Variant of the name : Johannes Spedus (1552-1629) (latin)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1938 1737

Activities of John Speed (1552-1629) (282 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Cartographic works (259)

[Grande Bretagne, dépendances insulaires] with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
A Prospect of the most famous parts of the World with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Reproductions of carly engraved maps. II. English county maps in the collection of the Reyal Geographical Seciety, with introduction and notes with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The countie pallatine of Lancaster described and divided into hundred
Carte de Palestine, en anglais, commencée par with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Wales
Buckingham both shyre and shyre towne... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Darbieshire described anno 1666. Performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Sussex described and divided into rapes with the situation of Chichester the cheife citie thereof... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Partie Méridio[na]le du Royaume d'Irlande, où sont la Prov[in]ce de Mounster, et Partie des Prov[in]ces de Leinster, et Connaugh ; divisées en leurs Comtés with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
Huntington both shire and shire towne with the ancient citie Ely described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Caermarden both shyre and towne described
Carte Generale des Royaume d'Angleterre Escosse et Irlande Avecq les Isles circonvoisines Conues toutes soubs le nom de Britanniques with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
Carte generale des Royaume d'Angleterre Escosse et Irlande Avecq les Isles circonvoisines conues toutes soubs le nom de Britanniques with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
A Curious New Plaine and Exact Mapp of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, with the Iles thereto belonging, and Cheese Citties, & maner of the Streetes, neuer so commodiously published before with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
Canaan... Begun with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
A prospect of the most famous parts of the World... performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdome of England
[Holy Iland / Garnsey / Farne / Iarsey]
[Holy Iland / Farne / Garnsey / Iarsey]
The Kingdome of England
Britain as it was devided in the tyme of the Englishe-Saxons especially during their Heptarehy. Performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine presenting an exact geography of the Kingdomes of England, Scotland, Ireland and the Iles adioyning with the shires, hundreds, cities and shiretownes, within ye Kingdome of England divided and described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
A new mappe of the Romane Empire newly described by John Speede. [1 : 15 875 000 environ] with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Africae described the manners of their habits and buildings newly done into English with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Spaine newly described, with many adictions, both in the attires of the people and the situations of their cheifest cityes with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
America with those known parts in that unknowne worlde both people and manner of buildings with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
A New Mape of ye 17 provinces of Low Germanie. of Low Germanie mended a new in manie places... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
A new mape of Germany with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bohemia, newly described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
France revised and augmented the attires of the French and situations of their cheifest cityes observed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The kingdome of persia with the cheef oitties and habites described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
A newe mape of Tartary with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The mape of Hungari newly augmented with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
A new mapo of Poland done into English with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Mappa Aestivarum Insularum... A Mapp of the Semmer Ilands ... Scala trium miliarum, val viginti quator stadiorum 3 [=Om. 094 ; 1 : 51 350 environ] with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
Asie with the Islands adionyng described, the atire of the people and townes of importance all of them newly augmented by I.S. Sculptum apud Abrahamum Gees with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Invasions of England and Ireland with al their civil ware since the conquest with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdom of China nawly angmented with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
Spaine newly described, with many adictions, both in the attires of the people and the situations of their cheifest cityes with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Europe, and the cheife cities contained therin, described with the habits of most Kindoms now in use with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdoms of Persia with the cheef citties and habites with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdome of Denmarks with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The countie of Radnor described and the shyretownes situatione with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Southampton with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Ipswiche with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Dorchester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Coventree
Lancaster with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Buckingham with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Dubline with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Launceston (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Durham with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Colchester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bedforde with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Oukham with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Huntington with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Norwiche with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Westminster with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Kendale (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bathe. (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Barwick with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Breknoke with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Canterburg, (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Hereford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Lymericke (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Ely with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Leicester (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Caermarden with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Newport with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Edynburgh with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Shrowesbury with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Monmouth with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Carlile with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Lincolne (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Landaffe with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Stanford
Newe-Castle with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Richmond with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Northampton with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Wales
Hull with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Oxford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Penbroke with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Excester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cambridge with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Darbye with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bristow with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Redding with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Peterborow with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Stafford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Nottingham with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cardigan with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Rochester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Warwicke
Wales
Saint Davids with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Glocester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Hartforde (1616) with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Lichfield with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Chester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Chichester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Winchester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
London with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Corcke with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Radnor with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cardyfe with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Britain As it was devided in the tyme of the Englshe-Saxons especially during their Heptarchy
Devonshire with Excester described and the armes of such nobles as have borne the titles of them
Hantshire described and devided
Wight Island
Kent with her cities and earles described and observed
Hartford Shire described
Barkshire described
Hartforde with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The countie Westmoreland and Kendale the cheif towne described with the Armes of such Nobles as have bene Earles of either of them
Caernarvon with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The counti of Warwick, the shire towne and citie of Coventre described. Performed by John Speede. Jodocus Hondius coelavit with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Harlech with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Suffolke described and divided into hundreds, the situation of the fayre towne Ipswich shewed ... Performed by John Speede... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Carlile. Performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Somerset-shire described ad into hundreds devided with the plott of the famous and most wholsom waters and citie of the Bathe by J.S. Corrected... by Christopher Browne... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Hereford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Stanford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Oxfordshire described with ye citie... A° 1605. Performed by John Speede... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Worcestershire... described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Wilshire with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Oukham with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Saint-Asaph with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Richmont with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Barwick with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Lichfield with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdoms of Scotland with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Shrowesbury with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Anglesey autiently called Mona described... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The countye of Monmouth wih the sittuation of the shire-towe with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Northamptonshire with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The countie and citie of Lyncolne described. .. Jodocus Hondius soelavit... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdoms of Irland, devided inte severall provinces, and the againe devided inte counties. Newly described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cambridgeshire described with the division of the hundreds, the townes, situation... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The Kingdome of England with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Monmouth with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Newe Castle with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bangor with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Kendale with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Chester with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Flint with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Yorke with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Denbigh with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Glamorgan shyre with the sittuations of the Cheife towne Cardyff and ancient Lindaffe described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Montgomery with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Stafford with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Merioneth shire described... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The West Rindinge of Yorkshyre with the most famous and tayre citie Yorke described 1610 with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cornwall with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Bedford shire and the situation of Bedford desoribed... Performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
Galwaye with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Breknoke with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Breknoke both shyre and towne described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
Surrey described and divided into hundreds. Described by the travills of John Norden, augmented and performed by John Speede. Jodocus Hondius coe - lavit with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Cardigan shyre described with the due form of the shire town as it was surveyed by I.S. Anno 1610 with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Isle of Man exactly described and into sevent Parishes, with every towne, village, bays, creke and river therein conteyned... Lescribed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Hull with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Isle of Man exactly described and into sevent Parishes, with every towne, village, bays, creke and river therein conteyned... Lescribed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The countie of Nottingham described the shire townes situation and the earles thereof observed. Performed by John Speeds... Jodocus Hondius coelavit... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
Caernarvon both shyre and shirétowne with the ancient citie Bangor described... Performed with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
The Province of Connaugh with the Citie of Galwaye Described
Penbrokshyre described and the sittuations both of Penbroke and St. Davids shewed in due form as they were taken by
Cardigan shyre described with the due form of the shiretown as it was surveyed by
The countie pallatine of Lancaster described and divided into hundreds
The Kingdome of Irland Devided into severall Provinces, and the againe devided into Counties. Newly described
Glocestershire...
The Isle of Man
Oxfordshire described with ye Citie and the Armes of the Colledges of yt famous University A[nn]o 1605
Wales
The bishoprick and citie of Durham
The Province of Mounster
The countie pallatine of Lancaster described and divided into hundred
Leicester both Countye and Citie described, The Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof. With other accidents therein observed
Northumberland
The Countye of Monmouth with the sittuation of Shiretow[n]e Described
Dorsetshyre...
Buckingham Both Shyre, and Shire-towne describ.
Rutlandshire With Oukham and Stanford her bordering Neighbour Newley described
Darbieshire described
Bedford Shire and the situation of Bedford described with the armes of thos Honorable Familyes that have ye titles of Dukes and Earls thereof
Denbigh shire
Merioneth shire described
Herefordshire described with the true plot of the Citie Hereford, as alsoe the Armes of thos Nobles that have bene intituled with that Dignitye
Worcester Shire Described
Caermarden both shyre and towne described
Breknoke both shyre and towne described
Stafford countie and towne with the ancient Citie Lichfeild described
The Kingdome of Scotland
The Province Ulster described
Norfolk
Caernarvon both Shyre and Shire-towne with the ancient Citie Bangor described
Cumberland and the ancient citie Carlile described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed
Middle-Sex described with the most famous cities of London and Westminster, described with John Speed (1552-1629) as Author
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Textual works (22)

Germania-Karte, London, 1627. - John Speed. - [60] with John Speed (1552-1629) as Cartographer
The counties of Britain with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The County palatine of Chester [a fragment detached from the Theatre of the empire of Great Britain]. - [1]
The Theatre of the empire of Great-Britain, presenting an exact geography of the kingdom of England, Scotland, Ireland... with a chronology of the civil-wars in England, Wales, and Ireland, together with a prospect of the most famous parts of the world... by John Speed. In this new edition are added : in the Theatre of Great Britain, the principal roads... in England and Wales... a continuation of all the battels fought in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland... the arms of all dukes and earls... the descriptions of His Majesty's dominions... In the Prospect of the world : the empire of the Great Mogul, Palestine... with the rest of the East Indies, the empire of Russia
The Theatre of the empire of Great Britaine, presenting a exact geography of the kingdomes of England, Scotland, Ireland... by John Speed. - A Prospect of the most famous parts of the world... with these kingdomes therein contained : Grecia, Roman empire, Germanie... Civill warres, in England, Wales and Ireland... together with all provinces, counties and shires contained in that large theater of Great Brittaines empire, performed by John Speed
The historie of Great Britaine under the conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danesand, Normans
The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures
A prospect of the most famous parts of the world
England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland described and abridged with ẏ historic relation of things worthy memory from a farr larger voulume [the Theatre of the kingdom of Great Britain] done by John Speed
The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine
The History of Great Britaine under the conquests of ẏ Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans... from Julius Caesar to our most gracious soveraigne king James, by John Speed
Theatrum imperii Magnae Britanniae
Theatrum imperii Magnae Britanniae, exactam regnorum Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae... geographiam ob oculos ponens... Opus nuper quidem a Johanne Spedo,... anglice conscriptum, nunc vero a Philemone Hollando, latinitate donatum
Theatrum imperii Magnae Britanniae exactam regnorum Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae et insularum adjacentium geographia ob oculos ponens... opus nuper quidem a Johanne Spedo,... anglice conscriptum, nunc vero a Philemone Hollando,... latinitate donatum
Theatrum Imperii Magnae Britaniae...
The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine
The History of Great Britaine under the conquests of ẏ Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans... from Julius Caesar to our most gracious soveraigne king James, by John Speed
The genealogies recorded in the sacred scriptures... with John Speed (1552-1629) as Autre
The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to every familie and tribe with the line of our Saviour Jesus Christ, observed from Adam to the blessed Virgin Marie, by J. S.
The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures
The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to every familie and tribe with the line of our Saviour Jesus Christ, observed from Adam to the blessed Virgin Marie, by J. S.
The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, according to every family and tribe, with the line of our Saviour Jesus Christ observed from Adam to the blessed Virgin Mary, by J. S.

Mixed works (1)

The counties of Britain

Documents about John Speed (1552-1629) (1 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Books (1)

Römische Tradition und englische Politik

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