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Adams" & Pine"s maps of the Spanish Armada

D. Schrire

Adams" & Pine"s maps of the Spanish Armada

by D. Schrire

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Published by Map Collectors" Circle in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adams, Robert, -- d. 1595.,
  • Pine, John, -- 1690-1756.,
  • Armada, 1588 -- Maps.,
  • Great Britain -- Historical geography -- Maps.

  • Edition Notes

    Bound with: Geographical oddities / R.V. Tooley.

    Other titlesAdams" and Pine"s maps of the Spanish Armada
    Statementby D. Schrire.
    SeriesMap collectors" series -- no. 4
    ContributionsAdams, Robert, d. 1595, Pine, John, 1690-1756, Map Collectors" Circle.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p., 12 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22371039M

      On Aug. 8, , years ago today, the British Navy defeated the Spanish Armada in the Battle of Gravelines off the coast of Spanish Armada was a powerful fleet of armed ships and transports that tried to invade defeat at Gravelines ended Spain’s hopes of invasion. The failure of the Armada was a great blow to the prestige of . This is the best and most readable single-volume treatment of the English defeat of the Spanish Armada in I have read. Neil Hanson's text is breezy but comprehensive, not simply covering the battles but setting the stage of European politics, religion, and military technology, particularly the revolution in English shipbuilding and gunnery.

    The Spanish fleet entered the English Channel on J and the two sides engaged in skirmishes for the next few days as the Spanish moved north. On August 8, the fighting culminated in the Battle of Gravelines, in which the English navy decisively defeated the Armada. What remained of the badly damaged Spanish fleet returned to.   The plates consist of a title and ten charts, showing the various stages of the progress and defeat of the Spanish Armada in the Channel, and tracing its further course round the British Isles. They were drawn out, as it appears, by Robert Adams (d. ) [q. v.], surveyor of the queen's buildings, and form the most important record of the.

    He also collaborated with Hubert-François Gravelot on the drawings for the 16 plates published by John Pine as The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords (), depicting a 16th-century battle between the British fleet and the Spanish Armada. In addition, he illustrated another series of naval battles engraved by W.H. Toms.   A superb commemoration of the Spanish Armada of The book contains ten sea battle views drawn by Clement Lemprière after tapestries hanging in the House of Lords; and ten charts of the.


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A collection of rare maps charting the defeat of the Spanish Armada by the English fleet is at risk of leaving the UK. A n export bar has been placed on the 10 hand-drawn maps depicting the famous. An export bar has been placed on a collection of 10 maps charting the defeat of the Spanish Armada in at risk of leaving the UK.

The hand-drawn charts map out the defeat of the 'Invincible. An export bar has been placed on a collection of 10 maps charting the defeat of the Spanish Armada in at risk of leaving the UK. The hand-drawn charts map out the defeat of the ‘Invincible’ Spanish Armada including the decisive battle in A collection of rare maps charting the defeat of the Spanish Armada by the English fleet is at risk of leaving the UK.

An export bar has been placed on the 10 hand-drawn maps depicting the famous battle ofcompleted by an unknown draughtsman, possibly from the Netherlands.

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No need to register, buy now. A superb commemoration of Adams & Pines maps of the Spanish Armada book Spanish Armada of The book contains ten sea battle views drawn by Clement Lemprière after tapestries hanging in the House of Lords; and ten charts of the progress of the skirmishes drawn by Hubert-François Gravelot after Robert Adams, all engraved by John Pine.

Coastal locations are marked on England, Scotland and Ireland and the Spanish and English fleets are shown off the East coast of England. The map was bound into the back of Christopher Saxton's Atlas of England and Wales.

It was illustrated by Robert Adams to accompany Ubuldini's account of the Armada, written in 5, Last folio. William Adams, also called Anjin or Miura Anjin, (bornGillingham, Kent, England—diedHirado, Japan), navigator, merchant-adventurer, and the first Englishman to visit Japan.

At the age of 12 Adams was apprenticed to a shipbuilder in the merchant marine, and in he was master of a supply ship for the British navy during the invasion of the Spanish Armada.

(Map / Chart Thames, Spanish Armada, Military History): Thamesis Descriptio Anno Roberto Adamo authore. Engraved from a copy drawn by Mr. Joseph Ames 8th April from the Original in Parchment Author Pine, John (Adams, Robert) Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher J.

Pine Place of Publication London Date. Michael Lewis, in his work The Spanish Armada,says of them, "The best contemporary evidence (of the Armada's sailing order) comes from the set of charts drawn by the artist Adams and engraved in They show the Armada in the form of a quarter moon, its convex curve pointing up-Channel, its horns trailing west".

A collection of rare maps charting the defeat of the Spanish Armada by the English fleet is at risk of leaving the UK. An export bar has been placed on the 10 hand-drawn maps. Soon after the defeat of the Spanish Armada, inPetruccio Ubaldini wrote a brief account of the campaign and battle.

Illustrations were made to accompany Ubaldini's history and Robert Adams, (â 95), produced eleven charts or maps representing the several actions between the Armada and English fleet in The 10 hand-drawn maps are the only known contemporary drawings of the defeat of the Spanish Armada in and have been temporarily prevented from being exported on the advice of the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest (RCEWA).

A number of candidates have already ruled themselves out of the running. The Adams–Onís Treaty (Spanish: Tratado de Adams-Onís) ofalso known as the Transcontinental Treaty, the Florida Purchase Treaty, or the Florida Treaty, was a treaty between the United States and Spain in that ceded Florida to the U.S.

and defined the boundary between the U.S. and New settled a standing border dispute between the two. Maps that chart the Spanish Armada’s defeat are blocked from leaving Britain in bid to find buyer to stump up £, Maps are believed to have been drawn immediately after the decisive battle in that stopped the Spanish Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest placed export [ ].

The Spanish Armada (Spanish: Grande y Felicísima Armada, lit. 'Great and Most Fortunate Navy') was a Habsburg Spanish fleet of ships that sailed from Corunna in late Mayunder the command of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, with the purpose of escorting an army from Flanders to invade Sidonia was an aristocrat without naval command.

A map and two views from a larger series illustrating the defeat of the Spanish Armada by the English fleet inengraved after a set of tapestries that hung for almost years in the House of Lords. The engraver, John Pine, was admired in Britain as the foremost heraldic and decorative engraver of his generation.

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher.

For now, avoid. Defeat of the "Invincible" Spanish Armada Elizabeth I (). Queen from to Queen Elizabeth addressing her troops at Tilbury. During Elizabeth's reign, the Reformation was firmly established in her kingdom, and Philip II was determined to stamp it.

William Adams (24 September – 16 May ), known in Japanese as Miura Anjin (Japanese: 三浦按針, "the pilot of Miura"), was an English navigator who, inwas the first Englishman to reach Japan during a five-ship expedition for a private Dutch fleet.

Of the few survivors of the only ship that reached Japan, Adams and his second mate Jan Joosten were. "The first full-length biography in any language of Don Alonso Perez de Guzman el Bueno, seventh duke of Medina Sidonia (). Based on previously unavailable material in the Medina Sidonia archives, Pierson’s book rehabilitates the reputation of a man previously known for his alleged failures as commander of the Spanish Armada in and as Captain .The series of battles that unfolds with these seven maps is considered one of the most important campaigns in naval history; a campaign that ended with the defeat of the powerful Spanish Armada in Cartographer Robert Adams created these maps for a book chronicling the famed naval campaign.The English Armada, also known as the Counter Armada or the Drake-Norris Expedition, was an attack fleet sent against Spain by Queen Elizabeth I of England induring the undeclared Anglo-Spanish War (–) and the Eighty Years' was led by Sir Francis Drake as admiral and Sir John Norreys as general, and failed to drive home the advantage England had .