Perhaps the most famous cartographer of the 16th century, Gerardus Mercator published a map of the Holy Land in 1585 and located Cana of Galilee northwest of Sepphoris with Nazareth to the southeast, as one would find it today. A richly illustrated early 17th-century map produced by the Englishman Thomas Fuller follows this pattern and illumines Cana of Galilee with a church or monastery enclosed by a wall.