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This journal is a pluralist peer reviewed international journal which does not obey any particular ideological, theoretical or methodological approach in dealing with humanistic, artistic, scientific and technological issues related to map history and cartographic heritage in the large

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Principal aim of the journal is:To couple issues on history of cartography and maps with a variety of possibilities offered by the new digital information and communication technologies.To bring together in harmonic convergence historians of cartography and maps, cartography scholars and experts in new digital cartographic technologies. To create a common space of research targeting at the broadening of cartographic and map history access and expertise


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2017: Vol. 12 No. 2


pages 54 (40 - 94)

Contents: T. Čelkis, V. Karpova-Čelkienė (Vilnius) Reading signs: manuscript cartography sources of the 16th-19th century from the Vilnius University Library; G. Mihalakopoulos (Corfu) Alexandros Massavetas’s “Going back to Constantinople-Istanbul: A City of Absences”: mapping the past and the present through literature; Ch. J. J. Thiry (Golden CO) GIS-based discovery interface to paper map sets; K. Kozica (Warsaw) Different states of the sea chart of the Gulf of Riga by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer (1534-1606) from his first sea atlas Spiegel der Zeevaert (1583 / 1585) in the Niewodniczański Collection Imago Poloniae at the Royal Castle in Warsaw; N. B. Piekielek (State College, PA) Best practices for georeferencing large scale historical fire insurance maps of the USA

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2016
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2015
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2014
Vol.9
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2013
Vol.8
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2012
Vol.7
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2011
Vol.6
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2010
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2009
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2008
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2007
Vol.2
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2006
Vol.1
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a authors-tag *special issue *A C Metcalf's paper won the prize 2015 Brazil Section Article Award of the Latin American Studies Association
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