Imago Mundi No. 33

By The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography, 1981 

Imago Mundi No. 33

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  • Author: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography
  • Publication place: Lympne Castle, Kent
  • Publisher: Imago Mundi Ltd.
  • Publication date: 1981.
  • Physical description: Hardcover, bound in blue cloth, 135 pages.Articles include:‘The investigation of a group of globes’, A. D. Baynes-Cope; Note on radiocarbon of the Ambassadors’ globe’, Richard Burleigh; Projections for the large general maps of Britain, 1583–1700’, William Ravenhill; The map trade in Paris’, 1650–1825’, Mary Sponberg Pedley; Alexander Dalrymple’s A collection of plans of ports in the East Indies’ (1774–1775): A preliminary examination’, Andrew S. Cook; The first Austrian world atlases: Schrambl and Reilly’, Johannes Dorflinger; Erhard Etzlaub’s Rom Weg’ map — A postscript’, Tony Campbell; Russian manuscript maps of the Dnieper area, 1730–1760’, Boris G. Galkovich; The origin of the cartographical symbol representing desert areas’, Kazutaka Unno; The latitude scale on a late sixteenth century chart’, Frank George; Behaim’s globe and Mandeville’s travels”, C. W. R. D. Moseley; Walsperger and his knowledge of the Patagonian giants, 1448’, Paul Gallez.
  • Inventory reference: 2013

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