THE HISTORICAL MAPS ROOM
||A map of the coast of Provence, namely the Iles
d'Hyères, where the Spanish thought the Dutch were about to establish a
permanent naval base in the 1610s. (AGS)
Besides that, you can enjoy also
the following series of maps and views.
A sixteenth century view of the North African Coast and Strait of
William Borough (Sir Francis
Drake's second-in-command). Cadiz harbour, showing
Spanish and English dispositions during Drakes' raid of 29 April
A view of the Anglo-Dutch attack against Cadiz in 1596.
A modern picture of Cadiz's wall (XVIIth
century). San Sebastián Castle.
* A Cartography of the
Spanish embargoes of the sixteenth and seventeenth century (1574, 1585-90,
1595-96, 1598-1608, 1621-1648). All of
them coming from my own research.
Maps from all periods (6.200
B.C. to 1800 A.D.)
Peter van der
Medieval and Modern Maps of
Historical Maps from
map. It contains also several links to other map servers.
Library Map room, also known as THE MAP
CASE. A gallery of map and map-related images.
The History of Cartography
project. U. Wisconsin
Cultural Maps and you
better follow the Historical Geography section, namely the exhibition: Exploring
the West from Monticello: A Perspective in Maps from Columbus to Lewis and
Castañeda's Library Map Collection.
A few pages containing
information about cartographic meeting, exhibitions, etc. at