1 edition of county maps from William Camden"s Britannia, 1695 found in the catalog.
county maps from William Camden"s Britannia, 1695
|Statement||by Robert Morden; with an introd. by J.B. Harley.|
|Contributions||Harley, J. B., Camden, William, 1551-1623.|
|LC Classifications||FoG1808 M67 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1972|
His best known maps are those of South Wales, North Wales and the English Counties first published in a new edition of Camden's "Britannia" in (circulated during the reigns of William and Mary), and subsequently reissued in , and His cartographical output was large and varied. His best known maps are those of South Wales, North Wales and the English Counties first published in a new edition of Camden's "Britannia" in (circulated during the reigns of William and Mary), and subsequently reissued in , and
Estimate: £1, - £2, Description: Camden, William Britannia. London: Edward Gibson, Folio, portrait, 50 double-page maps, 8 (of 9?) plates showing coins [one full-page engraving of flints is present within text], numerous engravings in the text, contemporary calf rebacked, stamps and blind-stamp of The Essex Field Club Library to title-page, occasional small tears throughout. Signed. Signed Book Revolutionary War Soldier Brevard, Camden Sc, Iredell Nc W Map. $1,
THE CARTOGRAPHY COLLECTION OF THE LATE DR. BARRY HEWSON. Register your Interest. Date - 14 September Starts at - am. A Book of Maps Containing a Survey of the Estate Nicholas Westby Esquire in the County of Clare as Remodelled and Let in the Year With a two-page index. From Camdens Britannia published in This. Search by placename to view statistics, maps, writings and more. Enter a full postcode or a place name (just a name, NO county) in the search box to access all our content for a place.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint of maps from the ed. of William Camden's 'Britannia'. London: Edmund Gibson, OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint of the maps from the ed. of Camden's Britannia, with a new introduction by J.B.
Harley. Description. Buy County Maps from William Camden's Britannia, New ed of ed by Morden, Robert, Camden, William (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).
The county maps from William Camden's 'Britannia', by Robert Morden with an introduction by JB Harley. Published by David & Charles reprints Some foxing to the edges of the pages and pages have slightly come away from the spine at the beginning of the book.
Otherwise it is in good condition. THE COUNTY MAPS FROM WILLIAM CAMDEN'S BRITANNIA written by Morden, Robert Harley, J.B. published by David & Charles (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & Rose's Books.
County Maps from William Camden's Britannia, by Morden, Robert; Camden, William at - ISBN - ISBN - David & Charles - - Price Range: £95 - £ William Camden (2 May – 9 November ) was an English antiquarian, historian, topographer, and herald, best known as author of Britannia, the first chorographical survey of the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Annales, the first detailed historical account of the reign of Elizabeth I Died: 9 November (aged 72), Chislehurst, England.
Camden's "britannia" BRITAIN: or a chorographical description of the most flourishing Kingdomes, England, Scotland and Ireland, and the Ilands adioyning; out of the depth of Antiquitie: beautified with Mappes of the severall Shires of England; Written first in Latine by William Camden, Clarenceux K.
of A. Translated newly into English by Philémon Holland. Map of Worcestershire in William Camden’s Britannia, Image copyright the Dean and Chapter of Worcester Cathedral (UK). In Britannia, a book written in Latin by the antiquarian William Camden (), later translated into English by Philemon Holland, the first words of praise come from the author, for the author.
The complete Volume I to William Camden's four-volume "Britannia" by William Camden, enlarged by the Latest Discoveries by Richard Gough - see below. The volume is illustrated with 3 maps of Great Britain, 27 full-page copper plates (including 5 of ancient coins), 3 maps of Great Britain and 11 double-page county maps drawn and engraved by John Seller Rating: % positive.
This is the text from the edition of William Camden's Britannia. Camden died inhis Britannia continued being published after his death along with county maps.
Most of the maps in the edition were the work of Robert Morden. Earlier editions were published in Latin. The county maps from William Camden's Britannia, / by Robert Morden ; with an introduction by J.B. Harley Morden, Robert (approximately ).
Camden, William (). William Camden. of Circles for Ale and Beer" in ink on verso, other marginalia to page clxx (see photo), occasional light soiling or browning but generally very clean, plate IV of coins with small tear repaired, one or two other small tears, contemporary calf ruled in blind, rebacked, corners repaired, Rating: % positive.
A fine example of the reduced version of Camden's Britannia with maps by John Seller. The reasons for this work's publication are outlined in the preface: Gibson's folio edition of the Britannia (published in ) "being a very large Volume, and, upon account of its Maps and other Sculptures, unavoidably high in its price, it was thought it might be of Public Use, to Publish an Abridgment.
SOUTH WALES ROBERT MORDEN GENUINE Antique MAP FROM Camden's Britannia HAND PAINTED FRAMED AND GLASED FRAMED SIZE 66 X 60 CM Robert Morden's Map of South Wales, published in William Camden's Geography and History of Britain, "Britania", The map shows roads in the country and two scales of miles.
A few rust marks but acceptable wear. The Abridgment of Camden's Britania with the Maps of the seuerall shires of England and Wales. Author CAMDEN William (BILL John ) Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher John Bill Place of Publication London Date published Keywords Camden Maps Atlas.
He also prepared maps for Gordon's Geography Anatomized and Gibson's edition of Camdens Britanniaproduced many single maps, charts and globes and worked in collaboration with Philip Lea, William Berry and John Overton.
Size: x mm. Price £ zero rated. Code: MABI The first edition of Camden’s "Britannia" translated and edited by Edmund Gibson , Bishop of London, and the first to contain the maps of Robert Morden [d. ], considered to be the finest county maps of the period. Camden’s great topographical and historical description of England was first published in Latin in Cheshire.
/37 William Kip for Camdens Britannia The Boydell Galleries. The County Palatine of Chester. Robert Morden in Camden's Britannia rookesfineart.
Christleton - An ongoing project to list and illustrate printed maps published between and that show the village of Christleton. DATE PRINTED: From Gibson's English version of Camden's Britannia, original published in ; This print from the second edition IMAGE SIZE: Approx x cm, x 18 inches (Large); Please note that this is a folding map.
Up to the end of the century and beyond, reprints and revisions of Saxtons and Speeds atlases continued to appear and the only other noteworthy county maps were Richard Blomes Britannia (), John Overtons Atlas (c. ) and Robert Mordens maps for an English translation of Camdens Britannia published in MDCCLXXII.
"Britannia", one of the best known 17th and 18th century atlases of the British Isles, was originally published in Latin in by William Camden. Four editions of the atlas translated by Gibson were published in, andeach accompanied by the highly regarded maps of Robert cturer: Antiqua Print Gallery.Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps.
Yorkshire. Robert Morden in A Pocket Book of all the Counties of England and Wales. North and East Ridings of Yorkshire.
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