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Late 18th century Russian Navy maps

and the first 3D visualization of the walled city of Beirut.

European Cartographers and the Ottoman World

The exhibit explores how mapmakers came to know and map the Ottoman world between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries.

Looking for a coastal profile

Elba Island as a model for historical iconographic interpretation.

The Art of War

Tradition and Innovation in the Iconographic Representation of Alentejo Fortresses.

History of the U. S. Topographical Engineers

Topographical engineers were authorized for War Department duty by an act of March 3, 1813,

The Roman Army in its Landscape Setting

Maps of the Roman empire tend to reflect the political entity.

 Usage of old maps in GIS

The contribution deals with the usage of old maps in GIS for urban re-development.

The Geometry of War

The mathematicians of the Renaissance applied their geometry to all manner of practical disciplines

The Roman City of Uxama Agreala

And its study by remote sensing and digital cartography.

Francis Barrallier

Louis François Barrallier (1773-1853), commonly known as Francis Barrallier, was a minor, but nevertheless significant figure, in the history of exploration and mapping.

The Album Royaume De Naples

An example of Spanish military cartography in the early 18th century.

Mapping Out the Aesthetics

Looking at Early Maps of Nouvelle France.

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