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From the book of Mark from the book of Kells medieval illuminated manuscript Irish Celtic knotwork

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From the book of Mark from the book of Kells medieval illuminated manuscript Irish Celtic knotwork

[OC] It took me 15 hours but I finally finished my first city map : DnD

[OC] It took me 15 hours but I finally finished my first city map : DnD

Written around 1487, this pilgrimage guide from Constance to Jerusalem depicts several of the cities along the journey, including the port of Rhodes in the Aegean Sea.

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Image of Rhodes - "Description of a journey from Konstanz to Jerusalem" records in diary form the pilgrimage undertaken by the German knight (as well as town mayor and architect) Konrad von Grünenberg in 1487

#Mapvember Day 20 : #Codex The house of Adenor Adenor’s house, an archivist hobbit, is in the small hamlet of Jodal in a verdant valley. The building is a typical construction of the hobbits, dug in the side of a hill. It has a large entrance hall and two living rooms, and also the office and the personal library of the archivist. Adenor has amassed an impressive number of manuscripts during his life. As usual you can download Free High quality map for your personal use on the blog…

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#Mapvember Day 20 : #Codex The house of Adenor Adenor’s house, an archivist hobbit, is in the small hamlet of Jodal in a verdant valley. The building is a typical construction of the hobbits, dug in the side of a hill. It has a large entrance hall and two living rooms, and also the office and the personal library of the archivist. Adenor has amassed an impressive number of manuscripts during his life. As usual you can download Free High quality map for your personal use on the blog…

A map of Egypt  by Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis in Kitab-i Bahriye, 16 century.

roxygen: “ A map of Egypt by Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis in Kitab-i Bahriye, 16 century.

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