At the outset of the golden era of cartography, fifteenth-century Europeans drew the earth as they wished it to be. Some maps were so fanciful as to show four continents like petals centered around Jerusalem. It would take a century of adventurers, navigators, mathematicians, and artists to align the map with the actual places where the rocks met the seas… (More)
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