Cartographies of Travel and Navigation

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Finding one's way with a map is a relatively recent phenomenon. In premodern times, maps were used, if at all, mainly for planning journeys in advance, not for guiding travelers on the road. With the exception of navigational sea charts, the use of maps by travelers only became common in the modern era; indeed, in the last two hundred years, maps have become the most ubiquitous and familiar genre of modern cartography. Examining the historical relationship between travelers, navigation, and maps, Cartographies of Travel ...

Cartographies of Travel and Navigation 2006, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226010748

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