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The evolution, nature and characteristics of boundary mapping in Central and Eastern Europe were distinctive, especially considering the imperial borders of states neighbouring the Ottoman Empire. Affected by strong military and geopolitical needs, demarcation maps were not based on cadastres or...
Between 1807 and 1812 a Polish nobleman named Edward Raczyński funded the making of a multi-sheet topographic map at a scale of 1:125,000. Neither completed nor published, the map was lost in the Second World War and survives only in the form of photostatic copies: one set made by a local...
After his apprenticeship with Heinrich Berghaus in Potsdam, August(us) Petermann worked from 1845 to 1847 for W. & A. K. Johnston in Edinburgh to assist in the production of the English version of Berghaus’s Physikalischer Atlas. In June 1847, Petermann became a freelance cartographer in London...
Up to now the literature dealing with the cartography of the former Duchy of Pomerania has assumed that wall map of the region by Eilhardus Lubinus (Eilhard Lubin) had two editions: the first dating from 1618 and the second from 1758. Detailed analysis of correspondence between the mapmaker and...
The Council of Tarragona has acquired an unpublished map of the city showing fortifications proposed by the occupying Napoleonic Army during the 1808–1814 Peninsular War but never built. Consequently, the map illustrates a little-known moment in the history of Tarragona not addressed by any...
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