If we speak about humanism or early humanism, we are used to think of a special period in time and place. But early humanism has never been a static thing. The history of ideas must always be seen as development, a development in time and place.
And it wants to do this with maps.
Franz Worstbrock: Deutsche Antikerezeption 1450-1550. Teil 1. Verzeichnis der deutschen Übersetzungen antiker Autoren. Boppard am Rhein 1976.
The comparative data is taken from the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue.
All maps are built up from a common source map: www.maps-for-free.com
The maps are built with Paint.net.
For more information see my essay:
Marco Heiles: Topography of German humanism 1470-1550. An aproach