2 edition of Computers and the renaissance of cartography found in the catalog.
Computers and the renaissance of cartography
T. A. Margerison
1976 by Natural Environment Research Council, Experimental Cartography Unit, Royal College of Art in London .
Written in English
|Statement||T. A. Margerison.|
|Contributions||Experimental Cartography Unit.|
|LC Classifications||GA102.4.E4 M37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||77369008|
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Compiled by Robert W. Karrow, Jr. The American Society for Indexing annually presents the H. Wilson Award for Excellence in Indexing. In judge Janet Russell presented it to Margie Towery for The History of Cartography, Volume 3: The Cartography of the European Renaissance, Parts 1 and 2.
The book had 1, indexable pages. Gregory C. McIntosh is currently a PhD student at the University of Lisbon researching maps and nautical charts between the 13th and 16th centuries.
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It includes aboutrecords in various formats, book, cartographic, graphic, manuscripts, journals, music, DVDs, CDs, artifacts, and ebooks. Her first book, The Marvel of Maps. Art, Cartography and Politics in Renaissance Italy (Yale University Press, ), was a finalist for the Premio Salimbeni per la Storia e la Critica dArte, a prestigious book award given by the President of Italy (the book was translated into Italian in as Carte dipinte.
The collection is not merely of previously published work. New English translations are provided of two articles on the Atlantic in European cartography and culture from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance (from the Italian) and the recovery of Ptolemy's Geography in Renaissance Italy and its impact in Spain and Portugal (first published in Portuguese).
Printing a Mediterranean World: Florence, Constantinople, and the Renaissance of Geography: 7: Roberts, Sean: : BooksReviews: 1. Howard Marchitello's study of narrative techniques in Renaissance discourse analyses imaginative conjunctions of literary texts, such as those by Shakespeare and Browne, with developments in scientific and technical writing.
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And why did Renaissance rulers frequently commission large-scale painted maps of .