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TITLE
13th-century Scotland
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_941_P001
PLACENAME
Scotland
PERIOD
13c
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31389
KEYWORDS
maps
countries
places
geography
zoomable images

This unusual map of 13th-century Scotland shows the south of Scotland on the right of the map while the north is on the left. Settlements, castles and rivers are indicated. The circles off the coast to the bottom of the map are the Western Isles, and Orkney is near the top left corner

This map, from an original at the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford, is from the book 'Early Travellers in Scotland', edited by H Hume Brown (1891)

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13th-century Scotland

13c

maps; countries; places; geography; zoomable images

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (maps)

This unusual map of 13th-century Scotland shows the south of Scotland on the right of the map while the north is on the left. Settlements, castles and rivers are indicated. The circles off the coast to the bottom of the map are the Western Isles, and Orkney is near the top left corner <br /> <br /> This map, from an original at the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford, is from the book 'Early Travellers in Scotland', edited by H Hume Brown (1891)