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   Hondius / de Hondt
   Josse / Joost / Jodocus I
   J. H. ; Jodocus I / Jodocus the Elder, d.Ä. / Josse de Hondt ;
   
   cartographer Jodocus‏ Hondius II / the younger (1594 / 1595-1629‏) ; daughter Elisabeth, who married Dutch publisher Jan Jansson
   1563 in Wakken, then Flanders, now Netherlands
   1612
   Amsterdam, Netherlands
   Olivier de Hondt und Petronella d'Havertuyn
   
   copper engr. apprentice in Gent, fled 1584 to London, England
   Netherlands
   Abissinorum Imperium (Amsterdam 1618) ;
   
   Dutch navigator Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser ; in 1604 Hondius bought the plates of Mercator's Weltatlas & published them since 1604 with own additions (Mercator-Hondius-Atlas) ;
   cartographical and martime map-making ; copper-engraving ; handcolouring ; terrestrial & celestial globes
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jodocus_Hondius ; http://collections.lib.uwm.edu/cdm/ref/collection/agdm/id/1140
   www.surveyhistory.org/newly_discovered_hondius_map1.html digit.ed. of Abiss.Imp.: digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/urn/urn:nbn:de:hbz:061:1-69099
   Peter van der Krogt (ed.): Koeman's atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. 1: The folio atlases published by Gerard Mercator, J. H., Henricus Hondius, Johannes Janssonius and their successors (1997) ; Grees 2002: 30 ; Walter 1994: plate 22 ;
   Born in Flanders, since 1584 in London, England, active as cartographer & publisher of atlases & maps.
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