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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book titled Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Fresh Perspectives, New Methods. There has been growing recognition that the study of classical and medieval cartography is typically being pursued by two separate groups of scholars who feel nothing but mutual goodwill, yet in practice seldom cross paths to exchange results with one another. The entire history of cartography has undergone a remarkable transformation during the past quarter-century. The book surveys the study of classical and of medieval maps respectively. Humanists in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries believed that they were ushering in a new era, and in cartography?to some degree?they did.

Keywords: ancient maps; medieval cartography



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