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Newsletter No 46

Titles of articles

Looks at books

  • Barcelona, Genoa and Marseilles, Cartography and Images (16th to 19th c.)
  • Kilimanjaro – the German story of an African mountain
  • Maps of Istanbul 1422-1922
  • Rwanda as seen through the life of Hans Meyer (1858-1929)
  • The cartographic treasure of Catalonia - the oldest maps from the 17th and 18th c.

Pictures at an Exhibition

  • Steady as She Goes – Sailing with Mercator’s Map

History and Cartography

  • A topographical study of the regional maps of Jacob van Deventer
  • Dr Livingstone, I presume?
  • Hypotheses for further research
  • Sea Monsters on Maps – The Transition from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance
  • The History of Cartography Project
  • The Quest for Ptolemy in Alexandria and Warsaw

How I Got Into Cartography

  • Thomas Horst