Stamped Signs on Manuscript Maps in the Renaissance

@article{Delanosmith2005StampedSO,
  title={Stamped Signs on Manuscript Maps in the Renaissance},
  author={C. Delano-smith},
  journal={Imago Mundi},
  year={2005},
  volume={57},
  pages={59 - 62}
}
The widespread assumption that the introduction of printing brought a significant change in traditional ways of representing geographical information on maps, if not an entirely new type of map sig... 

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