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    Mappa mundi Borgia or Tavola di Velletri is an engraved world map oriented with south at the top created in the first half of the 15th century (ca. 1430) by an unknown author.jpg

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East is at the top. Red sea, Persian Gulf and Nile River (and other rivers) are in red. Black Sea is squashed. Caspian Sea opens to the ocean in the North. Italy is a strange shape. So interesting to see what was understood about the world. - - - Anglo-saxon Mappa Mundi c. 1050-1075

Top is South, so rotate the map 180 degrees to see the world as we are used to it. The Red Sea is colored Red of course. I believe that is India with the large palace on the side.- - - mappa mundi of Andreas Walsperger, 1448