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Name Senex, John
Life Dates 1678-1740
Nationality English
Occupation Cartographer, Engraver, Geographer
Role Cartographer

Associated Records

Image of Map Collection - 2014.17.38

Map Collection - 2014.17.38

"A New Map of the Province of Hainault Namur and Cambray," London, 1710, hand-colored engraving, map by John Senex A map of the southern Netherlands, also showing parts of Flanders, Brabant, Luxemburg and Picardie.

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Map Collection - 2014.17.58

"A Map of Hungary and Countries adjacent," London, 1710, hand-colored engraving, map by John Senex, engraved by John Harris This map of the Hungarian Empire, engraved by J. Harris, is centered on the Danube River and shows the region from Vienna to Belgrade, and from the present-day Polish border to just below Zagreb. The title is within an allegorical cartouche depicting a sphinx being subdued by a cherub with a flaming sword.

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Map Collection - 2014.21.33

John Senex The Empire of Germany Hand-colored engraving London, 1710 Map with colored elements by John Senex: The Empire of Germany and surrounding regions. The regions, cities, towns, et cetera, are clearly identified on the map, larger settlements or significant Christian sites marked with red castle/cathedral icon, i.e. "Aurick" top left of map. Borders and mountain ranges, colored, some texture, forests, rivers, and bodies of water, not colored, some texture. Decorative black and white title cartouche with a male figure crowned by a cherub and an eagle and a dedication to "...Christopher Martin Count de Degenfeldt..." with scale below, top left of map. Measurement marks surround bla

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Map Collection - 2014.21.34

John Senex A Map of the County of Flanders Hand-colored engraving London, 1710 Map with colored elements by John Senex: The County of Flanders, the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium, and surrounding regions. The regions, cities, towns, et cetera, are clearly identified on the map, larger settlements or significant Christian sites marked with red castle/cathedral icon, i.e. "Bruges" top middle of map. Borders, colored, mountain ranges, forests, fields, rivers, and bodies of water, not colored, some texture. Decorative black and white title cartouche, bottom right of map, black and white scale cartouche, bottom left of map, text caption "In the year...", top middle right of map.