Flat Earth Map Collection; by ADVENTURE iDIAZ
Updated: May 2
If you're a flat earth enthusiast or history buff,
our flat world maps are a must have!
We've got a Wide Variety of Flat Earth Maps for Your Collection: Gleason, Ferguson, Middleton, Abizaid, Mercator, Ferguson, & Bauche
At ADVENTURE iDIAZ, we take map making seriously. If you're a flat earther enthusiast, we're excited for you to check out what we've done with our offering of flat world maps that we know you'll want to add to your flat world map collection.
Each map has been digitally restored bringing color, detail and accuracy to the forefront. We've modernized and restored the details, while preserving the beauty of the original rendering. Our large format maps are printed on tear and water-resistant polypropylene paper that makes it perfect for teaching, classroom lectures, presentation and makes a great keepsake to have framed and displayed in your home, school or office.
NEW STANDARD MAP OF THE WORLD
Alexander Gleason (1827-1909)
Published 1892, USA
Probably the most well known flat earth map is Alexander Gleason's New Standard Map of the World. This Azimuthal equidistant projection of the world was originally published in 1892 and was one of the first maps that was introduced in the United States.
Azimuthal Equidistant Map of the Earth shows points on the map which are at proportionately correct distances from the center point, with all points on the map at the correct azimuth (direction) from the center point. This polar projection shows all meridians (lines of longitude) as straight, with distances from the pole represented correctly.
We've added all new June & December solstice graphics which explain how the sun moves during these two time periods of the year.
Our ADVENTURE iDIAZ large format map measures 36" x 58".
MAP OF THE SQUARE AND STATIONARY EARTH
Orlando Ferguson (1846-1911)
Published 1893, USA
Professor Orlando Ferguson was born on November 6, 1846 near Du Quoin Illinois and moved to the Dakota Territory in the early 1880s to later settle in hot Springs, South Dakota.
His Map of the Square and Stationary Earth is based on his Biblical world view and interpretation of the Bible. The image depicts the four angles guarding the four corners of the earth and places Antarctica as the outer circle/wall holding in the waters of the earth. Several scriptures have been included on the map with reference to over four hundred passages of Scripture that condemn the flying earth/globe theory.
This large format map by ADVENTURE iDIAZ measures 36" x 45".
NEW CORRECT MAP OF THE FLAT SURFACE STATIONARY EARTH
John Abizaid (1864- )
Published 1920, USA
Abizaid's New Correct Map of the Flat Surface Stationary Earth, illustrates the author's theory of the earth as flat and demonstrates navigational movement. The map was originally published in 1920 and his descriptive key was originally printed on the reverse side of the map. This explanatory text has been included below in our reproduction of this historical flat world map. Additionally, we've added a short bio of and image of John Abizaid (Syrian-American).
Map Depictions/Notes: polar projection of the earth; photo of John G. Abizaid with short bio; descriptive key found on the reverse of original map; explanation map in English and Arabic
Our ADVENTURE iDIAZ large format map measures 30" x 36".
MIDDLETON'S PIONEER MAP OF THE WORLD
Empson Middleton (1838-1916)
Published 1878, Great Britain
Middleton’s Pioneer Map of the World was a groundbreaking illustration that depicts the earth as being a plane with “The Region of Impassable Ice” encircling the earth’s oceans. Continents and countries have been outlined and he demonstrates the path of the sun through an ellipsoidal dashed line.
Map Depictions/Notes: planar projection of the earth; countries and continents have been outlined in black; introductory paragraph (partial content); general information about the shape of the earth; and an appeal for Great Britain to declare war on Russia.
This large format map by ADVENTURE iDIAZ measures 36" x 36".
POLAR AZIMUTHAL EQUIDISTANT PROJECTION OF THE EARTH
The Polar Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Map of the Earth is another popular flat earth map and is a useful tool to demonstrate how the planar earth might look on a map. The first known map of this projection was believed to be Abu al-Biruni circa 1000. It's noteworthy to mention that this same projection of the world is used in the emblem/logo of the United Nations.
Our ADVENTURE iDIAZ large format map measures 36" x 46".
PHYSICAL PLANISPHERE MAP OF THE EARTH
Philippe Buache (1700 - 1773)
Published 1756, France
Buache's (France) captivating Physical Planisphere Map of the Earth, by ADVENTURE iDIAZ, created this pioneering map depicting major mountain systems of the continents and how they connect and relate to the submarine mountain ranges. It is the first known map of the ocean floors.
Map Depictions/Notes: northern polar projection of the earth; sketch of Philippe Buache with short bio; English translation of primary texts; explanation of map colors; the year and routes of several navigators is also shown.
This large format map by ADVENTURE iDIAZ measures 36" x 44".
SEPTENTRIONALIUM TERRARUM DESCRIPTIO
Arctic Circle Map; Map of the Polar Arctic Region
Gerhard Mercator (1512 - 1594)
Published 1595, Burgudian Netherlands (modern Belgium)
Gerard Mercator's map of the Arctic region, Septentrionalium Terrarum Descriptio, is another first-of-its-kind in the world of cartography. It was was published in 1595 by his son, Rumold, one year after Mercator’s death. His famous atlas, Atlantis Pars Altera, featured this first known and separate map of the North Polar Arctic region in the last of the three-part atlas. The map was modeled from an inset on Mercator’s 1569 world map.
Map Depictions/Notes: polar projection of the Arctic region; sketch of Gerard Mercator (modern Belgium) with short bio; historical descriptive key and explanation of the map.
Our ADVENTURE iDIAZ large format map measures 36" x 36".
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