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Donated to the Bodlian Library in the 19th century, the Gough map is the earliest known map of Britain to give a detailed representation of the country’s roads. 4. Portolan Chart by Pietro Visconte – c. 1325 Portolan charts were key to maritime navigation in the medieval world.What are the most important maps of the medieval world?
Portolan charts were key to maritime navigation in the medieval world. This representation of Britain comes from a larger navigational chart covering the whole of Western Europe. 5. Britannia Insula by George Lily – 1548 Lily’s map is believed to be the first printed map of the British Isles. 6. Anglia and Hibernia by Sebastian Munster – 1550How many towns are there in Britain?
This particular image of Britain features around 250 named towns. 3. The Gough map – 14th century Donated to the Bodlian Library in the 19th century, the Gough map is the earliest known map of Britain to give a detailed representation of the country’s roads.What were the first small-scale maps?
The first small-scale maps are the Ordnance Surveyors Drawings between 1789 and 1840. They are generally made at 2” to the mile and cover England and Wales as far north as a line from Preston to Hull. They were followed by the 1” to the mile survey which later became the 1:50,000 series, on national grid lines.