Chartographer
Chartographer Char*tog"ra*pher, n., Chartographic Char`to*graph"ic, a., Chartography Char*tog"ra*phy, n., etc. Same as {Cartographer}, {Cartographic}, {Cartography}, etc. [1913 Webster]

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  • chartographer — chart·og·ra·pher …   English syllables

  • chartographer — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chartographic — Chartographer Char*tog ra*pher, n., Chartographic Char to*graph ic, a., Chartography Char*tog ra*phy, n., etc. Same as {Cartographer}, {Cartographic}, {Cartography}, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chartography — Chartographer Char*tog ra*pher, n., Chartographic Char to*graph ic, a., Chartography Char*tog ra*phy, n., etc. Same as {Cartographer}, {Cartographic}, {Cartography}, etc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Antonio Millo — Antonio Millo, active during 1557 1590, was captain and chartographer with significant work in map making [Johannes Leonclavius, Annales Sultanorum Othmanidarum, 1588 « […] senex multarum rerum peritus. Antonius Meliensis, Graeco parte natus in… …   Wikipedia

  • Martin Waldseemuller —     Martin Waldseemüller     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Martin Waldseemüller     (Graecized ILACOMILUS).     Learned Humanist and celebrated cartographer, born at Wolfenweiler near Fribourg, or in Fribourg itself, about 1475; died as a canon of St …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • BEHAIM, MARTIN —    a geographer and chartographer, born in Nüremberg; accompanied Diego Cam on a voyage of discovery along W. coast of Africa; constructed and left behind him a famous terrestrial globe; some would make him out to be the discoverer of America… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • chartographist — noun see chartographer …   Useful english dictionary

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