A history of the cartography of Russia up to 1600 ebook
by Leo Bagrow
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Bagrow, Leo. & Castner, Henry W. (1975). A history of the cartography of Russia. Wolfe Island, Ont : Walker Press. Australian/Harvard Citation.
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These volumes cover the history of Russian cartography. Published by The Walker Press, Wolfe Island, Ontario, 1975. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. Maps are lumped into time periods or under specific cartographers and include many illustrated old maps. From corner books (Minneapolis, MN, . Price: US$ 35. 0 Convert Currency.
Leo Bagrow, ‘At the Sources of Russian Cartography’, Imago Mundi, vol. 16 (1962) p. 34. Much of the substance of this article was later incorporated into Bagrow’s valuable book A History of the Cartography of Russia up to 1600, Henry W. Castner (e. (Wolfe Island, Ontario, 1975).
This book ends in the second half of the eighteenth century, when craftsmanship was superseded by specialized .
This book ends in the second half of the eighteenth century, when craftsmanship was superseded by specialized science and the machine. As a history of the evolution of the early map, it is a stunning work of art and science. As a reprint project undertaken many years after the book last appeared, finding suitable materials to work from proved to be no easy task. Because of the wealth of monochrome and color plates, the book could.
Title varies, v. 2: A history of Russian cartography up to 1800. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 127-136; v. 2, p. 265-304. Gift; Walker Press; 10 February 1976; 83-1070-1071. Bound in original illustrated green cloth. Maps, Early works to 1800. History of Russian cartography up to 1800.
A History of the Cartography of Russia up to 1600 and a History of. .Meanwhile the situation in Russia’s second theatre of maritime operations, namely the Black Sea, was also difficult.
A History of the Cartography of Russia up to 1600 and a History of Russian Cartography up to 1800. Cartography had been centralized in many ways in Russian times, but the centralization became absolute under the Soviet system. At the same time cartography came under centralized control of the government in the State Cartographic Service, and the publication and use of large-scale maps were subject to governmental restrictions.
Leo Bagrow, History of Cartography, 2d e. rev. and enl. R. A. Skelton, trans
Leo Bagrow, History of Cartography, 2d e. Skelton, trans. D. L. Paisey (Chicago: Precedent, 1985); Stanisiaw Alex-androwicz, Ziemie ruskie w kartograi polskiej XVI–XVII wieku, Studia Z´ródloznawcze 23 (1978): 107–16. It is not surprising that an-. other study by Bagrow is divided both chronologically and by content: Leo Bagrow, A History of the Cartography of Russia up to 1600, and A History of Russian Cartography up to 1800, both ed. Henry W. Cast-ner (Wolfe Island, On. Walker Press, 1975).