2 edition of Maps, charts, globes--five centuries of exploration found in the catalog.
Maps, charts, globes--five centuries of exploration
Hispanic Society of America.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Sandra Sider, with Anita Andreasian, Mitchell Codding..|
|Contributions||Sider, Sandra., Andreasian, Anita., Codding, Mitchell., Stevenson, Edward Luther.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
He stated that he had used 20 different maps and charts as his source documents. Eight of them were Ptolemaic maps (maps of the known world according to the 2nd century Hellenistic or Greek society), four were Portuguese maps, one was an Arabic map, and one was drawn by . Cartography developed further in Europe during the Age of Exploration as cartographers, merchants, and explorers created maps showing the new areas of the world that they visited. The cartographers also developed detailed nautical charts and maps that were used for : Amanda Briney.
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Maps, Charts, Globes: Five Centuries of Exploration A New Edition of E. L Stevenson’s Portolan Charts and Catalogue of the Exhibition. 25 illus., 46 col. Cloth.[:es]Maps, Charts, Globes: Five Centuries of Exploration A New Edition of E. L Stevenson’s Portolan Charts and Catalogue of the Exhibition.
25 illus., 46 col. Cloth. Maps, Charts, Globes: Five Centuries of Exploration. 12 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches, An Exhibition in Commemoration of the Columbus Quincentenary.
Illustrated in color and black & white. Get this from a library. Maps, charts, globes--five centuries of exploration: a new edition of E.L. Stevenson's Portolan charts and catalogue of the exhibition. [Sandra Sider; Anita Andreasian; Mitchell Codding; Edward Luther Stevenson; Hispanic Society of America.].
Where exploration and mythology meet: Author Edward Brooke-Hitching is a map collector, author, writer for the popular BBC Television program QI and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
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A new exhibit at the Osher Map Library at the University of Southern Maine chronicles this storied quest through centuries of treacherous exploration to the increasingly open Arctic waters of. English mathematician and cartographer. Edward Wright's world map ofpublished incoupled with his book "Certaine Errors in Navigation" corrected errors in Mercator's projections so that rhumb lines appear as straight lines.
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