Andrews, J. H.





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Andrews, J. H., “55: Colonial cartography in a European setting: the case of Tudor Ireland”, in: Woodward, David [ed.], The history of cartography, vol. 3: Cartography in the European Renaissance, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007. 1670–1683.

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Article
“Colonial cartography in a European setting: the case of Tudor Ireland”
Section
55
Work
David Woodward, History of cartography, vol. 3 (2007)
Pages
1670–1683
Year
2007
Subjects and topics
Headings
Ireland 16th century cartography
Keywords
colonialism
“The political background”
1671
“Maps and the administrator”
1671
“Ireland’s cartographic personality”
1672
“The earliest official maps”
1673–1674
“An early Elizabethan consensus”
1675–1676
“The first measured survey”
1677
“Provincial cartography: the West and South”
1678–1680
“Provincial cartography: the North”
1681
“The Empire of Great Britain”
1682–1683
Contributors
C. A.,Dennis Groenewegen