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Map of Scotland by John Harding

Asia in its Principal Divisions (in box), by John Spilsbury.

Wolrd map by Ranulph Higden, dated 1400

Medieval local maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Portolan charts before 1400 | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

View of the back of Whitehall with figures sitting in the foreground; ruins in the

The Holy Bible ... Carefully printed from the first edition - compared with others

A view of Irnham Mill from the Luttrell Psalter.

The feast of the gods, by Claes Jansz Visscher after David Vinckboons.

[THE DISTRIBUTION OF HIS MAJESTY'S MAUNDY, BY THE SUB-ALMONER in the Chapel

Introducing medieval maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

1489 chart of the Aegean from the Cornaro atlas.

'Abbatia Divi Andrae', engraving, from Antonius Sanderus, Flandria Illustrata (Ghent. '

Putting topography in its place | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

View of a Stone Bridge across the Valley and River at Risca in Monmouthshire after Edward

Portolan chart by Pietro Vesconte.

A woodcut map of Peking from c.1900.

Plan of springs at Wormley in Hertfordshire | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Lithograph of Castel Gandolfo by William Gauci

Map of Palestine by Matthew Paris

Map of the Eure River from Pontgouin to Versailles

The natural world through early modern strip maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

ummary: View across parkland with people fishing on the banks of the river to right

A watercolour of the Keep of Goodrich Castle about 1800-1810

Topography 'being in no respect like it': illustrations of Carlisle Cathedral | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A linear map showing the route from London to Beauvais from Matthew Paris's Itinerary from London

The Reading Room, 1857, medium, dimensions, published in The Illustrated London News

Map of the Holy Land by Matthew Paris

Medieval maps of regions | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A pencil and watercolour drawing of Landwade Hall, Cambridgeshire by John Chessell Buckler.

A view of Fountains Abbey by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm.

Prints and drawings at the British Museum and British Library | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A view of a picnic on Staple Island by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm.

Jullieberry Downs - The Absence of the Past, by Bob Chaplin and Stephen Bann.

On the River Thames, Bermondsey, by George Scharf.

Chorography and natural philosophy in late 17th century England | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The prospects of the two most remarkable towns in the north of England for the clothing

Industry and Empire: the town plans of the 19th century | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The entry of a Viceroy into Naples

Richard Reeve, after Samuel Rawle, Vauxhall on a Gala Night, from Modern London

Asia in its Principal Divisions

Looking at topographical images | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

M. J. Starling after T. Allom, The Lion Brewery, Lambeth, for 'A

A hand-coloured impression of a print of Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire, after J.M.W.

World maps before 1400 | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The Buckler topographical collection: a dynastical reading | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

View of Venice | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Lucas de Heere (1534-84), Stonehenge, about 1573-5,

A Topographical Map OF the county of Wilts Describing the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry

A map of the roads through England, Wales and part of Scotland from Daniel Paterson's

Johan Fredrik Martin (1755-1816) after Elias Martin (1739-1818)

The Lion of the Low Countries

Goodrich Castle: antiquity and nature versus thingummies | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A view of Killaru churchyard on the Isle of Islay by John Cleveley, junior.

Medieval local maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Circular plan of Jerusalem

Mapping Europe's waterways in George III's Topographical Collection | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Matthew Paris's map of Britain

United States: A correct outline

Topography, iron-making and national identity in the 18th century – A British–Swedish comparison - The British Library

Ptolemy's World Map published in Ulm, 1482

Maps of the 15th century | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Richard Lyne (active about 1570-1600), Angliæ Heptarchia, about 1574,

Richard Gough: The father of British topography | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A Prospect in the upper part of Dove-Dale, five Miles North of Ashbourn

Topography at the British Library | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The collection of Cassiano dal Pozzo | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A Survey of the Roads of the United States of America by Christopher Colles

Plan of the town and parish of Kingston upon Thames

Watercolour of Hinton Place.

Richard Reeve, after Samuel Rawle, Vauxhall on a Gala Night, from Modern London

Samuel Hieronymus Grimm, The Great Gatehouse of Battle Abbey, 1780–1791, watercolour

Fore-edge landscapes | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Pieter de Jode (1570-1634), El Juego Real de Cupido, Otramente

Laurie's new plan of London and its environs

14th-century English world map

M. J. Starling after T. Allom, The Lion Brewery, Lambeth, for 'A

12th-century copy of map of Asia

Topography 'being in no respect like it': illustrations of Carlisle Cathedral | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Francis Grose, by Francesco Bartolozzi after Nathaniel Dance.

Lambeth's topographical image | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Circular plan of Jerusalem | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Transforming topography | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A watercolour of the Keep of Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire, about 1800-1810

Journal of a Ten Days' Tour from Uley in Gloucestershire by way of Ross

Plan of springs at Wormley in Hertfordshire

18th-century country house guidebooks: tools for interpretation and souvenirs | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Accumulating London | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, from The Antiquities of England and Wales, vol.

This pencil drawing was 'discovered' at the British Library in 2007 – the uncovering of a drawing by an artist as revered as Constable in the 'unexpected' ...

Interior View of the East End of Netley Abbey near Southampton. Summary: A man

A linear map showing the route from London to Beauvais from Matthew Paris's Itinerary from London

1465 portolan chart.

Roads between Grantham and Newcastle, in Charles Smith's New Pocket Companion (1826)

John Ogilby's map showing roads from London to Flamboroughead in Yorkshire, published in Ogilby's Britannia

Wenceslaus Hollar as a Map Maker | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Samuel Hieronymus Grimm, The old tithe barn at Abbotsbury, c.1770–1790

Asia in its Principal Divisions (in box), by John Spilsbury.

Wolrd map by Ranulph Higden, dated 1400

Medieval local maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Portolan charts before 1400 | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

View of the back of Whitehall with figures sitting in the foreground; ruins in the

The Holy Bible ... Carefully printed from the first edition - compared with others

The feast of the gods, by Claes Jansz Visscher after David Vinckboons.

Introducing medieval maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

[THE DISTRIBUTION OF HIS MAJESTY'S MAUNDY, BY THE SUB-ALMONER in the Chapel

A view of Irnham Mill from the Luttrell Psalter.

Putting topography in its place | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

View of a Stone Bridge across the Valley and River at Risca in Monmouthshire after Edward

1489 chart of the Aegean from the Cornaro atlas.

'Abbatia Divi Andrae', engraving, from Antonius Sanderus, Flandria Illustrata (Ghent. '

A woodcut map of Peking from c.1900.

Map of the Eure River from Pontgouin to Versailles

Portolan chart by Pietro Vesconte.

Plan of springs at Wormley in Hertfordshire | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Medieval maps of regions | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A watercolour of the Keep of Goodrich Castle about 1800-1810

Map of Palestine by Matthew Paris

The natural world through early modern strip maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Topography 'being in no respect like it': illustrations of Carlisle Cathedral | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Lithograph of Castel Gandolfo by William Gauci

ummary: View across parkland with people fishing on the banks of the river to right

Chorography and natural philosophy in late 17th century England | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The Reading Room, 1857, medium, dimensions, published in The Illustrated London News

A linear map showing the route from London to Beauvais from Matthew Paris's Itinerary from London

Map of the Holy Land by Matthew Paris

A pencil and watercolour drawing of Landwade Hall, Cambridgeshire by John Chessell Buckler.

A view of Fountains Abbey by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm.

Prints and drawings at the British Museum and British Library | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Jullieberry Downs - The Absence of the Past, by Bob Chaplin and Stephen Bann.

On the River Thames, Bermondsey, by George Scharf.

Titlepage of Johan Fischerström's Utkast til beskrifning om Mälaren (Draft for a Description of Lake

The entry of a Viceroy into Naples

Richard Reeve, after Samuel Rawle, Vauxhall on a Gala Night, from Modern London

The prospects of the two most remarkable towns in the north of England for the clothing

Asia in its Principal Divisions

Looking at topographical images | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

M. J. Starling after T. Allom, The Lion Brewery, Lambeth, for 'A

A hand-coloured impression of a print of Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire, after J.M.W.

View of Venice | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The Buckler topographical collection: a dynastical reading | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

World maps before 1400 | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A map of the roads through England, Wales and part of Scotland from Daniel Paterson's

A Topographical Map OF the county of Wilts Describing the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry

Johan Fredrik Martin (1755-1816) after Elias Martin (1739-1818)

Goodrich Castle: antiquity and nature versus thingummies | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A view of Killaru churchyard on the Isle of Islay by John Cleveley, junior.

Medieval local maps | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Lucas de Heere (1534-84), Stonehenge, about 1573-5,

United States: A correct outline

Circular plan of Jerusalem

Topography, iron-making and national identity in the 18th century – A British–Swedish comparison - The British Library

The Lion of the Low Countries

Ptolemy's World Map published in Ulm, 1482

Maps of the 15th century | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

'Liber secretorum fidelium crucis' by Marino Sanudo with maps by Pietro Vesconte

A Survey of the Roads of the United States of America by Christopher Colles

Richard Gough: The father of British topography | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

The collection of Cassiano dal Pozzo | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A Prospect in the upper part of Dove-Dale, five Miles North of Ashbourn

Topography at the British Library | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Plan of the town and parish of Kingston upon Thames

Fore-edge landscapes | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Watercolour of Hinton Place.

Samuel Hieronymus Grimm, The Great Gatehouse of Battle Abbey, 1780–1791, watercolour

Richard Lyne (active about 1570-1600), Angliæ Heptarchia, about 1574,

PLAN of the CITY of NEW YORK, in North America : Surveyed in the Years

Pieter de Jode (1570-1634), El Juego Real de Cupido, Otramente

Laurie's new plan of London and its environs

Depiction of Constantinople copied from Christoforo Buondelmonte's 'Liber Insularum Archipelago'.

Plan of springs at Wormley in Hertfordshire

A linear map showing the route from London to Beauvais from Matthew Paris's Itinerary from London

Topography 'being in no respect like it': illustrations of Carlisle Cathedral | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

14th-century English world map

Circular plan of Jerusalem | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

18th-century country house guidebooks: tools for interpretation and souvenirs | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Topography at the British Library | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Journal of a Ten Days' Tour from Uley in Gloucestershire by way of Ross

The paper revolution: the origin of large-scale technical drawing under Henry VIII | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

M. J. Starling after T. Allom, The Lion Brewery, Lambeth, for 'A

This pencil drawing was 'discovered' at the British Library in 2007 – the uncovering of a drawing by an artist as revered as Constable in the 'unexpected' ...

Roads between Grantham and Newcastle, in Charles Smith's New Pocket Companion (1826)

St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, from The Antiquities of England and Wales, vol.

John Ogilby's map showing roads from London to Flamboroughead in Yorkshire, published in Ogilby's Britannia

Wenceslaus Hollar as a Map Maker | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Interior View of the East End of Netley Abbey near Southampton. Summary: A man

Islamic map of the western Mediterranean

Copy of a Roman text on estate surveying

A watercolour view of Mont Orgueil by Thomas Phillips.

Frederick Charles Husenbeth (1796–1872), Fresco at St Nicholas' Church,

What is a Travel Print? | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Map of the Bay of Bengal from Ptolemy's Geography

Braun & Hogenberg and after: the town plans of the 17th century | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

Landscape and Place | British Library - Picturing Places - The British Library

A coloured manuscript plan of Cambridge by William Smith.