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Newsletter No 65

Titles of articles


  • A visit to the HEK collection ()

Looks at books

  • Cartografia e topografia italiana del XVI secolo. Catalogo ragionato delle opere a stampa by Stefano Bifolco and Fabrizio Ronca, with contributions from Andrea Cantile, Annalisa D’Ascenzo, Fabio Fatichenti – Gaia Andreozzi, Clemente Marigliani, Alessandro Signoretti ()
  • Lost Maps of the Caliphs | Drawing the World in Eleventh-Century Cairo by Yossef Rapoport and Emilie Savage-Smith ()
  • Mediterranean Cartographic Stories - Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century Masterpieces from the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation Collection edited by Panagiotis N. Doukellis ()

Pictures at an Exhibition

  • The World as a Globe ()
  • Coming face-to-face with maps – The world of C215 ()


  • The Brussels Map Circle as a study case - Interview with Diane Staelens ()
  • News from Germany - 14th International Atlas Days break new ground ()
  • News from London - IMCoS/Hellen Wallis award 2019 ()
  • ICA-workshop in Utrecht - Controlling the waters : seas,lakes and rivers on historic maps and charts ()

History and Cartography

  • Ethnographic mapping in the light of the Peace Treaties ()