This website hosts a project titled “Linguistic Geographies” that seeks to understand how people in the Middle Ages created maps. Their website, similar to ours, shows a map and a blog. They focus on only one map, the Gough Map of Great Britain (believed to be one of the earliest maps “to show Britain in a geographically-recognizable form”). They include a search bar that allows the user to search by modern location or Middle Ages location name.
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- When Life Gives You Lemons: A Reconstructed Biography of John Cleveland Lemons
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- Out of the Field, into the Rabbit Hole: From Florence Price to Jewel Jennifer – Part I
- Gladys C. Fearing
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