Robert Gordon (1580-1661)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1580
Death : 1661
Note :
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Variant of the name : Robertus Gordonius (1580-1661)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8168 0909

Activities of Robert Gordon (1580-1661) (17 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Cartographic works (17)

L'Escosse deçà le Tay, divisée en ses Provinces & c ... with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
L'Escosse delà le Tay. divisée en toutes ses Provinces with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Geographia Blavianae
Praefectura Renfroana Vulgo dicta Baronia. The Baronie of Renfrow with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Scotia regnum cum insulis adjacentibus
Fifae Pars Occidentalis, The West Part of Fife with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Southerlandia with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Fifae Pars Orientalis, The East Part of Fife with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Moravia Scotiae provincial
Scotia antiqua, qualis priscis temporibus, Romanis praesertim, cognita fuit quam in lucem eruere conabatur
Duo Vicecomitatus Aberdonia & Banfia, Una cum Regionibus & terrarum tractibus sub iis comprehensis A Description of the two Shyres Aberdene and Banf, With such Countreys and Provinces as ar comprehended under them
Extima Scotiae septentrionalis ora, ubi Provinciae sunt Rossia, Sutherlandia, Cathenesia, Strath-Naverniae, cum vicinis regiunculis quae eis subsunt, etiamque Moravia
Scotiae provinciae mediterraneae inter Taum flumen et Vararis aestuarium. Sunt autem Braid-Allaban, Atholia, Marria Superior, Badenocha, Strath-Spea, Lochabria, cum Chersoneso qui ei ad occasum praetenditur, cum singulis earundem partibus a Description of the inland provinces of Scotland lying between Tay river and Murra fyrth, conteyning Braid-Allaban, Athol, Brae of Mar, Badenoch, Strath-Spey, Lochabyr, w.t all ye lands which ley west from Lochabyr w.t all thair parts conteyned under them
Scotia antiqua qualis priscis temporibus, romanis praesertim, cognita suit quam in lucem eruere conabatur
Scotia Antiqua... with Robert Gordon (1580-1661) as Author
Scotia pars septentrionalis
Scotia antiqua qualis priscis temporibus, romanis praesertim, cognita suit quam in lucem eruere conabatur

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