Oriental coasts of Asia at the bottom: Terra Australis Incognita of Fianeus
In the first two images below it is possible on the left side to detect, yet again, (as in Piri Reis' map) the coasts of East Asia.
In the successive maps it is possible to see in the lower part the Terra Australis Incognita.
It is my opinion that this huge land, the unknown land of the South, represents the entire oriental coasts of Asia from approximately Russia to Thailand.
The large island which appears on the right of some of the maps is probably Japan.
Rosselli's world map: Asia at the bottom (Terra Australis Incognita)
Terra Australis Incognita at the bottom: it is Asia
Oriental coasts of Asia on the left and at the bottom ( very similar to Piri Reis' map)
All pictures are taken from internet
The question is WHY?
Columbus' Map: on the left oriental coasts of Asia
An ancient map of Asia
Cantino's world map: on the left oriental coasts of Asia