- Author:R. A. Skelton,P. D. A. Harvey
- Publisher:Oxford University Press; Limited edition (May 29, 1986)
- Pages:344 pages
- Subcategory:Earth Sciences
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Very few local medieval maps survive. Harvey explores how medieval local maps were created and used. Most medieval plans of Jerusalem are more diagrammatic than realistic, for they show the city within circular walls, its shape neither in the middle ages nor in antiquity. Circular plan of Jerusalem.
Local maps and plans from medieval England. Robert Skelton, Paul Dean Adshead Harvey. This is a major work of scholarship on the nature and significance of local cartography in the Middle Ages. It reproduces - in colour if the original is coloured - all local maps dated before 150. More). Robert Skelton, Arthur Lee Humphreys.
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Neglected since the 1890s, the eight medieval regional maps of the Holy Land that are known to have existed are interesting, picturesque and mostly colourful. Many of the surviving copies and fragments are reproduced here for the first time, including three large maps that are among medieval Europe's finest cartographic monuments
The latest publication from a prolific contributor to the history of maps, Harvey’s tome provides an important . P. Harvey is professor emeritus of medieval history at the University of Durham in England.
The analysis of the book’s thirteen short, chronologically arranged chapters is full of detail and valuable insights.
A survey of the issues currently under disAbbreviations used in this chapter include: Gographie du monde for Monique Pelletier, e. Gographie du monde au Moyen ge et la Renaissance (Paris: ditions du . 1989), and LMP for R. Skelton and P. Harvey, ed. Local Maps and Plans from Medieval England (Oxford: Clarendon, 1986). His views on this subject more recently changed: We probably know of only a tiny proportion of the world maps produced in thirteenth-century England (Mappa Mundi: The Hereford World Map, 38).