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  • Historical geography and the cartographic illusion
  • This essay proposes that we treat such maps as a text rather than as a mirror of reality, so that we can understand how their rhetoric has narrowed the practice of historical geography. Such a deconstruction opens the way to reintegrate cartography
  • more fully as part of a humanistic historical geography.
  • Map-making to 1900: an historical glossary of cartographic innovations and their diffusion. Preliminary study, presented on the occasion of the Eight International Conference on Cartography, Moscow, USSR, 3-10 August 1976
  • Estienne Tabourot, cartographe
  • Burgundy ; France ; Historic map;Old chart ; History of cartography ; Sixteenth Century
  • Etude de la première carte de Bourgogne, datée 1584, dont l'auteur est Estienne Tabourot et qui fut publiée dans le Theatrum orbis terrarum d'Ortelius (édition 1584). Cette carte a fourni beaucoup d'éléments aux cartographes ultérieurs. - (MSI)
  • Quelle Europe pour les cartographes des XVIe et XVIIè siècles ?
  • Cartography ; Europe ; Historical geography ; Seventeenth Century ; Sixteenth Century
  • Objectifs des cartographes. La force des traditions. Feuilles d'atlas et cartes murales : les enseignements des illustrations. Europe ou chrétienté ? L'Europe et les autres parties du monde.
  • A térképi abrazolas torténelmi fejlodése-alfoldi példakon. (The historical evolution of the cartographic representations-on the examples of maps of the Great Plain)
  • The first detailed, large scale survey of Hungary took place in the last quarter of the 18th century, named as the First Military Survey in Hungarian cartographic literature. A more recent survey took place half a century later. The comparison
  • America ; Cartographical display ; Historical geography ; Historical mapping ; History of cartography
  • Cartographic symbol ; Cartography ; Conflict ; Event ; Space time ; Temporality ; Time ; War
  • to eliminate this flaw. This approach is then applied to a sample group of cartographic works that depict historical battles. - (EN)
  • The article provides an analysis of the possibilities for the graphic presentation of time in animated cartographic works. Methods commonly used for the expression of time in cartographic animations are mentioned and their weakness indicated
  • : as a rule, these methods don’t reflect the temporo-spatial progression of events that a cartographic work strives to capture. The article proposes a general approach recommended for the design and creation of temporal legends for animated maps in order
  • Cartographic technique ; Cartography;Mapping ; China ; Historic map;Old chart ; History of cartography
  • This study focuses on the scale, indications of cartographic elements including waterways, mountains, residential areas, roads, principles of map-making in ancient China via comparative studies of unearthed maps.
  • Cartographic technique ; Colonization ; Historical geography ; Land ; Latin America ; Mexico ; Sixteenth Century ; Source of documentation
  • Using an example from the central Veracruz lowlands, the A. describes a cartographic method to analyze the data on early colonial land grants in mexico found in archival sources. - (DWG)
  • Fifteenth Century ; Historic map;Old chart ; History of cartography ; History of geography ; Seventeenth Century ; Sixteenth Century ; View of the world
  • The A. is critical of the suggestion that the Vinland Map and Resen's Map of 1605 might derive from a common cartographic source. A likely source appears to be Claudius Clavus, the Danish cartographer.
  • Mapping Kentucky's frontier trails through geographical information and cartographic applications
  • Cartography ; Frontier ; Historical mapping ; Kentucky ; Road ; Route choice ; Topography ; United States of America
  • Les tracés des itinéraires frontaliers ont de tous temps posé des problèmes aux cartographes car une documentation précise avec des informations topographiques détaillées a souvent fait défaut. L'utilisation des SIG permet de remédier à certaines de
  • Mehmet II was interested in and demanded for European maps, without mention of his patronage of classical islamic cartographic material. The perspective is expanded in this article on Mehmet's cartographical milieu by inserting into the historical
  • picture consideration of a recension of cartographically illustrated manuscripts (Kitab al-Masalik wa-al-Mamalik = Book of roads and kingdoms) dating from 1474 onwards and made in post-conquest Ottoman Constantinople. The A. sets out the circumstances
  • Resisting the cartographic imperative : Giuseppe Bagetti's landscapes of war
  • Art ; Cartographical display ; Eighteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Italy ; Landscape ; Nineteenth Century ; Piemonte ; Social control ; Territorial planning
  • Sir Robert Kane's land classification maps. A mid-nineteenth century cartographic initiative
  • Cartography ; Historical geography ; Historical mapping ; Ireland ; Land use ; Nineteenth Century ; Soil classification ; Soil map ; Thematic map
  • The role of geographic expertise in international border disputes : a study of the middle of Lake Erie through historical and cartographic perspectives
  • Canada ; Delimitation ; Frontier ; Geopolitical strategy ; Historical geography ; Historical mapping ; United States of America
  • Ancient map;Ancient chart ; Cartographical display ; Cartography ; Cartography history ; Historical cartography ; Map projection ; Perception ; View of the world
  • Zoltan Zelko's book on the mystery of the Nazca lineaments is criticized on cartographic and historic-archeological basis. (DLO).
  • Research of historical landscape by using old maps with focus to its positional accuracy
  • Cartography ; Comparative study ; Czech Republic ; Geographical information system ; Historical mapping ; Landscape ; Landscape analysis ; Landscape structure ; Old map ; Středočeský
  • Old maps are an important historical source for exploring historical landscapes. They are often used as cartographic bases for studying structural changes and reconstruction of land use. This study is concerned with comparison of positional accuracy
  • of a set of 'old maps' as compared to present-day maps. Determination of positional deviations defines the degree of precision of the old map and its potential for its use in GIS applications. The total of ten unique historical maps in different scales
  • Architecture ; Cartographic display ; Conflict ; Defence ; Frontier ; Historical geography ; Ireland ; Northern Ireland ; United Kingdom
  • The international border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland came into being in 1922, but there are many important historical antecedents to the notion and expression of spatial separation in this borderland. The A. identifies
  • historical precedents and links them to recent defensive features in order to generate a map of watchful architecture that includes recent and much older elements.
  • Cartographic display ; Colonization ; Historical geography ; Kenya ; Literature ; Territory ; Traveller's tale
  • suggestions of humanistic geography and joins the dominance of contemporary cartographic information to K. Blixen's literary production, particularly Out of Africa, seen as tale of the territory starting from cultural landscape.