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Scotland’s Geographer Royal, Prof. Charles Withers of the University of Edinburgh, tells a richly illustrated story of Scotland’s islands in maps, from 16th-century maps that included imaginary islands to modern digital cartography. It is a story in which maps served varied purposes, in which Orkney’s islands figure centrally and in which maps became powerful paper landscapes.
Supported by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society