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Maps in History - Newsletter No 57 issued


  • Exhibitions
    • When Italy drew the world - Cartographic treasures of the Italian Renaissance
  • Looks at Books
    • J. Binimelis, V. Mut and the wall maps of Majorca
    • Universal Cosmography according to both ancient and modern navigators by Guillaume Le Testu
    • Treasures from the Map Room
    • Giovanni Antonio Rizzi Zannoni
    • Philippe Vandermaelen, Mercator of newly-born Belgium. The history of the Établissement géographique de Bruxelles and of its founder
    • Old maps only a few mouse clicks away on
  • History and Cartography
    • Studying the production process of the Ferraris Maps (1770s) and its implications for geometric accuracy
    • The Villaret Map
    • Other Villaret Maps
    • Interview
    • How I Got Into Cartography ... through a Different Door! Interview with David Raes
  • Map Circle news
    • The glorious Netherlands (Exhibition report)
    • Map Circle Programme for 2017
    • Globes and Instruments (Conference report)
    • The dissemination of cartographic knowledge (ICA Symposium Dubrovnic report)
    • The map on the scale of the World Colloqium in Albi, France report
    • Paris Map Fair - report
  • Events calendar
  • Exhibition calendar
  • Auction calendar

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