walked the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet with Tarana Burke, the #Me Too movement founder, on Sunday, and she told E!'s Ryan Seacrest that Burke's work is the reason they were at the awards show."You know why we're here? You may think we're here because I was nominated for something but that's really not the case," Williams, who is nominated for Best Actress in a Drama, told Seacrest on the red carpet.
Then in 1647 his name was removed and that of Joannes Janssonius ('Ioannis Ianssony') put in its place. The best scan I could find of the original is of the Janssonius version on the University of Wisconsin's Digital Collections - search for 'Meridionalis' (the original is from the Clipstone Foundation).As a result a new sea monster, upper right, could have devoured the small retained ship nearby in a single mouthful.The original map has the large lettering for the Atlantic, OCEA / NUS AETHIO / PI / CUS.[An impression from a photographically produced reproduction plate will be slightly smaller than the original model because the paper, damped for printing, shrinks once it dries.] Kenneth Baker also comments that, in introducing the large compass rose, the faker showed his cartographic ignorance by imposing a due North pointer on a map with converging lines of longitude. The little canoe with two rowers is missing, just off the Carolina coast. de Neord, in the lower right corner, runs through the banded degree border, into the area of the degree numbers, but not to the margin itself.The latitude and longitude numbers vary in size, style and placement in the border. Manasek, 'Facsimiles, Forgeries, and Other Copies', in Collecting Old Maps (Norwich Vt.: Terra Nova Press, 1998): 77-81, 165.[Update note:] In February 2010 Kenneth Baker reported that he had acquired examples of both the 16 versions via e Bay (about two and four years ago respectively). He notes that his example is on convincing laid paper (without a watermark) and with the more heavily inked sections raised to the touch, as you would find with an original. The counterfeit is slightly smaller than the original.