Historical cartography of the Moon
History of lunar cartography
images of the Moon and nomenclature of details
Plutarch's treatise - About the face seen on a disk of the Moon (apprx. 100)
The lunar card of
William Gilbert made in 1603 - during a doteleskopichesky era. It is
published in 1651.
According to the edition: Gilbert, William De mundo nostro sublunari philosophia nova : opus posthumum, 1651
The table of names of the book - "Travel to the Moon". An edition V.G.Surdin, 2009
The drawings of the Moon executed by Galileo Galilei in 1609 and published in "The star bulletin" in 1610.
According to the edition: Galilei, Galileo: Sidereus nuncius, Venetiis, 1610
Sketches of the Moon from the diary of observations of Galileo Galilei for 1610.
According to the edition: Le opere di Galileo Galilei, v.3, part 2, 950, 1931
In 1609 and 1610, Thomas Harriot made a number of drawings of the telescopic observations of the Moon.
The map of the Moon in the first quarter of Christoph Sheyner published in 1614.
According to the edition:
"The sphere of the World" Giovanni Byankini wrote the work in 1615, and the first edition appeared 1619. The drawing of the Moon from this book.
According to the edition: Biancani, Giuseppe, Sphaera mvndi [mundi], sev cosmographia demonstratiua [demonstrativa]... 1635
The drawings of the Moon of Charles Malapert executed in 1619. Are printed in 1620.
According to the edition: Malapert, Charles Caroli Malapertii ... Oratio habita Duaci dum lectionem mathematicam auspicaretur : in qua de novis Belgici telescopii phoenomenis non iniucunda quaedam academicae disputantur, 
The drawings of the Moon Francesco Fontana executed in 1629 and 1630. Drawings were published in the first volume of the book of Atanasius Kirkher "Great science of light and shade...", in 1646.
According to the edition: Athanasii Kircheri ... Ars magna lucis et umbrae, in decem libros digesta : quibus admirandae lucis et umbrae in mundo, atque adeò universa natura, vires effectusque uti nova, ita varia novorum reconditiorumque speciminum exhibitione, ad varios mortalium usus, panduntur , 1646
The image of the Moon in the first quarter of Hristofor Borja published in 1631.
According to the edition: Borri, Cristoforo: Collecta astronomica ex doctrina p. Christophori Borri ... de tribus caelis, aereo, sydereo, empyreo iussu et studio ... Gregorii de Castelbranco ... : opus sane mathematicum, philosophicum et theologicum sive scripturarium / Ulysipone, 1631
According to the edition: , 1645 и Athanasii Kircheri iter extaticum coeleste, 1660
According to the edition: 11-12 (1995)
The drawings of the Moon Francesco Fontana executed in 1629, 1630, 1640, 1645 and 1646 and published in his book "Heavenly News, Terrestrial Observations Received and Perhaps Still Not Published". 1646.
According to the edition: Fontana, Francesco Novae coelestium, terrestriumq[ue] rerum observationes, et fortasse hactenus non vulgatae, 1646
The map of the Moon, the nomenclature of lunar objects and sketch of the Moon in different phases of Jan Hevelius from the book "Selenografiya" published in 1647.
According to the edition: Hevelius, Johannes: Johannis Hevelii selenographia sive, Lunae descriptio atque accurata, tam macularum ejus, quam mottum diversorum, aliarumque omnium vicissitudinum, phasiumque, telescopii ope deprehensarum, delineatio in qua simul caeterorum omnium planetarum nativa facies, variaeque observationes ... sub aspectum ponuntur ... Addita est, lentes expoliendi nova ratio ..., Gedani, 1647
According to the edition: Kircher, Athanasius, Mundus subterraneus in XII libros digestus... Tomus I, 1678 и Guericke, Otto von, Ottonis de Guericke Experimenta nova (ut vocantur) Magdeburgica de vacuo spatio, 1672
The map of the Moon and the nomenclature of lunar objects published in Giovanni Richchioli's book "New Almagest" in 1651. Material was prepared together with Francesco Grimaldi.
According to the edition: Malvasia, Cornelio, Ephemerides novissimae motuum coelestium marchionis Cornelii Malvasiae ... 1662
According to the edition: Hooke, Robert, Micrographia, 1665
According to the edition: François Lasséré, La dioptrique oculaire, 1671
Big map of the Moon Giovanni Domenico Cassini 1679. In the next century the card repeatedly was reproduced in editions of other authors.
According to the edition: Seller, John Atlas caelestis : containing the systems and theoryes of the planets, the constellations of the starrs, and other phenomina's of the heavens.;Atlas caelestis : containing the systems and theories of the planets, the constellations of the stars, and other phenomena of the heavens, 1700