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  1. Strange Polar Expeditions and Mysterious Maps

    Strange Polar Expeditions and Mysterious Maps

    We're back in the Hole and celebrating the magic of the season by exploring icy mysteries and the hidden history of the north pole. We begin with mysterious tales of tragedy from enigmatic Antarctica, including the strange disappearance of Carl Disch from Byrd Station at the South Pole. In the...
  2. 1595 - 1611 Orbis Geographica Mud Flood

    1595 - 1611 Orbis Geographica Mud Flood

    World Map "Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica Ac Hydrographica Tabula a Pet Kaerio " Van Den Keere's hand colored decorative map of the World was first issued in 1608, it shows the then known regions of Europe, Africa, Asia, America and Terra Australis Incognita (Latin for "the unknown land...
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    Great Maps: The World's Masterpieces Explored and Explained

    Covering the classical maps of the ancient world and traveling through time to reach Google Earth in the 21st century, this unprecedented history of more than 60 maps opens up our planet as never before. Great Maps showcases early Medieval maps like including mappae mundi; iconic transport maps...
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    Geographicus Rare Antique Maps

    Geographicus Rare Antique Maps was founded in New York, New York, by Kevin James Brown in 1999. We are generalist antiquarians dealing in historic maps from all over the world and in all price ranges. Our enthusiasm, passion and devotion to scholarship is expressed in our meticulously researched...
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    Digital Bodleian Library

    Digital Bodleian first launched in 2015 with the aim of bringing together digitized content from the Bodleian Libraries’ extraordinary and rich collections into a single portal. The Bodleian Libraries have been digitizing content since the early 1990s and Digital Bodleian was and is designed to...
  6. 1595 South America and West Indies

    1595 South America and West Indies

    An extraordinary map of South America, the Caribbean islands, and Florida, shown on a horizontal axis. This is one of the most striking and decorative maps of South America and is an important early record of the continent. The map is oriented with north to the right and includes Florida and the...
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    George III's Collection of Military Maps

    The contents of the collection The King’s Military Collection comprises some 3,000 maps, views and prints ranging from the armies of Charles V at Vienna in 1532 to the Battle of Waterloo (1815). Not all of them were collected by George III in the first instance: like most collectors, he not only...
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    Map to Globe

    Map to Globe is an online tool that makes a globe out of any two-dimensional image. All images used should be in a 2:1 ratio (that is, the image width should be twice its height). Any other format will end up looking weird on the globe. For any image you use, if it looks grainy it's simply too...
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    Old Maps Online

    OldMapsOnline indexes over 400.000 maps. This is only thanks to the archives and libraries that were open to the idea and provided their online content. All new participants are warmly welcomed. OldMapsOnline developed out of a love of history and heritage of old maps. The project began as a...
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    David Rumsey Map Collection

    The David Rumsey Map Collection was started over 30 years ago and contains more than 150,000 maps. The collection focuses on rare 16th through 21st century maps of North and South America, as well as maps of the World, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. The collection includes atlases, wall...
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    Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps

    Located in La Jolla, California, Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps is a leading dealer of fine antique maps and atlases. They are perhaps most well-known for their extensive online antique map inventory, which is the largest and most diverse available online. Barry Lawrence Ruderman...
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