This scholarly work explores the origins of the earliest known maps of Scotland, which date back to the medieval era. Thompson provides a detailed analysis of the maps' features and symbols, as well as the cultural context in which they were created. He argues that these maps are a valuable--and largely overlooked--resource for understanding Scottish history.
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