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Dvije knjige History of Cartography

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Croatian Cartographic Society - Hrvatsko kartografsko društvo
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  • History
  • Cartography
  • Book
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  • Religious Science

Abstract

146 KiG 2011, 16Book, journal and other publications reviews Prvi dio dobro poznate Povijesti kar- tografije (The History of Cartography), što su ga uredili J. B. Harley i D. Woodward, objavljen je 1987. godine. Drugi dio, koji se sastoji od tri knjige, objavljivan je slije- dećih 11 godina. Odnedavno se sve če- tiri knjige nalaze besplatno dostupne na internetu (http://press.uchicago.edu/bo- oks/HOC/index.html). Kartografija u prapovijesnoj, antičkoj i srednjovjekovnoj Europi i Mediteranu (Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient and Medieval Europe and Mediterranen) na- slov je prvoga dijela. Sastoji se od 21 po- glavlja na 622 stranice. Prva knjiga drugog dijela ima na- slov Kartografija u tradicionalnim islam- skim i južnoafričkim društvima (Carto- graphy in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies) i sastoji se od "The History of Cartography" by J. B. Harley and D. Woodward free on the Internet "Povijest kartografije" J. B. Harleya i D. Woodworda besplatno na internetu The first part of well known The History of Cartography, edited by J. B. Harley and D. Woodward, was published in 1987. The second part, consisted of three books, was being published during the next 11 years. Since recently, all four books have been available for free, on the Internet (http://press.uchicago.edu/ books/HOC/index.html). Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient and Medieval Europe and Mediterranean is the title of the first part. It consists of 21 chapters on 622 pages. The first book of the second part is called Cartography in the Traditional Islamic and South Asian Societies and it consists of 20 chapters and 604 pages in total. The title of the second book is Cartography in the Traditional East and South-east Asian Societies. It has got 998 pages within 21 chapters. Cartogra- phy in the Traditional African, American, Arctic, Australian, and Pacific Societies is the title of the third book, edited by David Woodward and G. Malcolm Lewis and it consists of 1

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