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Maps for Eternity. Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Cartography in the Low Countries
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Maps for Eternity. Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Cartography in the Low Countries

(Eduard van Ermen) The Low Countries - 1997, № 5, pp. 73-83

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Mankind has been making maps since prehistoric times. Unfortunately, most of them were on wood. bark, skins, or some other material which disappeared over the years, so we have no record of them. Only a few, those carved in stone or metal, have endured the centuries. This article tells the story of the contribution of the Low Countries to cartography.

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