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Imago Mundi: the International Journal for the History of Cartography

samples of the 'Bibliography' to volume 52 (2000)

(compiled by Francis Herbert, Hon. FRGS)


Sample 1. Selected entries

Sample 2. Index: Personal and institutional names (authors and subjects)

Sample 3. Index: Geographical regions

Sample 4. Index: Subjects

  • Explanatory notes on the bibliographical conventions used

  • Sample 1: [selected entries]

    Baskes, Roger
    Another Langenes collation / Roger Baskes. - In MapForum.Com : a periodical for antique map collectors (http://www.MapForum.Com), [September] 1999, 7. - Lists 239 items in ‘Claes Jansz. Visscher N J Visscheri Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum Libri Quatuor 1649’. 00:52(016)

    Carter, Stephen
    The archaeology of early triangulation stations / Stephen Carter. - In The Archaeologist (Reading : The Institute of Field Archaeologists, c/o Univ. of Reading), Spring 1998, 31, 23-24. - [4] refs. - Especially on that on Maryton Law, near Montrose, Angus but also others (some now buried) on hill forts in Scotland. - ISSN 1368-9169. 00:52(078)

    Caston, Wayne
    Appraisal and evaluation of antique maps from a private sector perspective : notes for a presentation / Wayne Caston. - In Bulletin (Ottawa : Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives, c/o National Archives of Canada), Fall 1998, 103, 20-21. - Presented at Conference Workshop of ACMLA and Canadian Cartogr. Assoc., Univ. of Western Ontario, 26-30.5.1998. - ISSN 0840-9331. 00:52(080)

    Chapuis, Olivier
    À la mer comme au ciel : Beautemps-Beaupré et la naissance de l’hydrographie moderne (1700-1850) : l’émergence de la précision en navigation et dans la cartographie marine [ = At sea as in the sky : Beautemps-Beaupré and the birth of modern hydrography (1700-1850) : the emergence of precision in navigation and in marine cartography] / Olivier Chapuis. - Paris : Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1999. - 1062p. : ill., maps, portr. (some col.), fig. ; 24 cm. - (Coll. ‘Histoire maritime’). - Sources (MS. & printed) : p.793-852. - Bibliogr. : p.853-877. - Notes to all chapters : p.917-1040. - Portr. includes those of J.-B.-N.-D. d’Après de Mannevillette, F. Beaufort, Beautemps-Beaupré (x 3), L.-A. de Bougainville, J.-A.-R. Bruny d’Entrecasteaux, J.-N. Buache, C.-P. Claret de Fleurieu (bust), J.-S.-C. Dumont d’Urville, & J.-F. de Galaup de Lapérouse. - Includes ‘Glossaire’ : p.711-734. - Includes ‘Chronologies’ : [ 1 :] ‘Les grandes dates de l’hydrographie moderne en France avec quelques repères en Grande-Bretagne et à l’étranger (1693-1865)’ : p.743-753 ; [2 :] ‘Chronologie essentielle de la vie de Beautemps-Beaupré (1766-1854)’ : p.753- 758 ; [etc.]. - Includes ‘Biographies’ : p.765-777 ; ‘États de services des ingénieurs hydrographes’ : p.777-786 ; ‘Officiers hydrographe’ : p.786-790. - Includes ‘Cartes publiées de Beautemps-Beaupré’ [1792-1838] : p. 891-914. - ISBN 2-84050-157-0. - ISSN 1285-297X. 00:52(081)

    Galera i Monegal, Montserrat
    Antoon van den Wijngaerde, pintor de ciutats i de fets d’armes a l’Europa del Cinc-cents : cartobibliografia raonada dels dibuixos i gravats, i assaig de reconstrucció documental de l’obra pictòrica [ = Antoon van den Wijngaerde, painter of towns and of feats of arms in sixteenth-century Europe : carto-bibliography raisonée of the drawings and engravings, and attempted documentary reconstruction of the pictorial work] / Montserrat Galera i Monegal. - 1a ed. - [Madrid :] Fundación Carlos de Amberes ; Barcelona : Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya, 1998. - 265 [i.e. 263] p. : ill.,maps (some col.) ; 30 cm. - Bibliogr. : p.213-223. - Covers work in England, Italy, The Netherlands, & Spain from before 1532 to 1570. - Also available in Sp (transl. by P. Sánchez Pina). - ISBN 84-87369-08-1 (Fund. Carlos de Amberes : corrected). - ISBN 84-393-4694-8 (Inst. Cartogr. de Catalunya). - ISBN 84-87369-07-3 (Fund. Carlos de Amberes : Sp transl. : corrected). - ISBN 84 -393-4695-6 (Inst. Cartogr. de Catalunya : Sp transl.). 00:52(128)

    Longenbaugh, Dee
    Alaska’s own cartographers / Dee Longenbaugh. - In Terrae Incognitae : the Journal of the Society for the History of Discoveries (Arlington TX : c/o Dept of History, Univ. of Texas at Arlington), 1999, 31, 61-69. - c.15 refs & notes. - On works of some Creoles ("children of native mothers and Russian fathers") I. Chernov, A. Glazunov, A. Kashevarov, A. & A. Klimovskii, I. Kolmakov, & P. Malakhov in 19th-century exploration and mapping in and around Alaska. - NB: very few works cited and no locations of MS. examples are given. - Paper read at 38th Ann. Meeting of SHD, Vancouver BC, 5.-7.11.1998. - ISSN 0082-2884. 00:52(209)

    Monmonier, Mark
    Air apparent : how meteorologists learned to map, present, and dramatize weather / Mark Monmonier. - Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 1999. - xiv,309p., 16p. of col. plates : ill.,maps (including col. on dust-jacket),portr. (of author, on dust-jacket), fig. ; 23 cm. - Notes to all chapters : p.235-296. - Includes ‘Appendix : Web site addresses’ : p.233-234. - ISBN 0-226-53422-7 (cloth). 00:52(238)

    Szántai, Lajos
    Ami az Atlas Hungaricusból kimaradt [ = Items omitted from the Atlas Hungaricus] / Szánthai Lajos. - In Cartographica Hungarica : térképtörténeti magazin (Tatabánya : T. Szathmáry), december 1998, 6, 25-29 : ill.,maps. - A suppl. of 9 new maps plus 9 new variants to those described in the author’s 2-vol. Atlas Hungaricus : Magyarország nyomtatott térképei 1528-1850 (Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 1996). 00:52(321)


    Sample 2: Index: Personal and institutional names (authors and subjects)

    AA, Pieter van der, 00:52(014), (322)
    ABEYDEERA, Ananda, 00:52(001)
    ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (USSR) (See AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR)
    ACKERMANN, Silke, 00:52(104)
    ACOSTA BONO, Gonzalo, 00:52(090)
    ADAMS, Brian, 00:52(155)
    ADLUM, John, 00:52(110)
    ADMIRALTY (Gt Britain). Hydrogr. Dept, 00:52(301)
    AEPPLI, August, 00:52(352)
    AINSLIE, John, 00:52(234)
    AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR, 00:52(188)
    AKERMAN, James R., 00:52(002)
    ALBERTINA, Wien, (see GRAPHISCHE SAMMLUNG ALBERTINA, Wien), 00:52(261)
    ALEPH (i.e. William Harvey, of Islington, 1796?-1873), 00:52(202)


    Sample 3: Geographical regions

    AMERICAS: 00:52(023), (267)
    AMERICA, NORTH: 00:52(002), (024), (028), (074), (085), (332)
    Northwest: 00:52(063), (344)
    Canada: 00:52(076), (080), (224)
    Northeast: 00:52(225), (226), (292)
    New Brunswick: 00:52(223)
    Québec: 00:52(285)
    Québec: 00:52(244)
    Mexico: 00:52(237)
    United States of America: 00:52(003), (041), (048), (096)
    New England: 00:52(021), (183), (194)
    Southeast: 00:52(289)
    Southwest: 00:52(217)
    Alaska: 00:52(209)
    California: 00:52(149)
    Dakota: 00:52(319)
    Maine: 00:52(223)
    Massachusetts:
    Boston: 00:52(194)


    Sample 4: Subjects

    Accuracy: 00:52(266), (269), (314), (315), (341)
    Administrative cartography: 00:52(126), (174)
    Agriculture: 00:52(124)
    Allegorical cartography: 00:52(277), (278), (299)
    Anonymous works: 00:52(107), (131), (132), (150), (186), (279), (288), (322), (328), (337)
    Archaeology: 00:52(177)
    Art and cartography: 00:52(061), (104), (146), (299), (313)
    Astronomy: 00:52(102), (104), (138), (284)

    Eclipses: 00:52(006)
    Atlases: 00:52(005), (007), (016), (018), (019), (024) - (028), (033), (045), (090), (092), (095), (111), (138), (159), (161), (224), (257), (260), (262), (339), (340)
    Composite: 00:52(036)

    Historical: 00:52(112), (148), (192)

    Manuscript: 00:52(005), (062), (070), (220), (328)

    Property: 00:52(170)

    Railway: 00:52(162)

    School: 00:52(066), (148), (192), (352)

    Authorship: 00:52(150), (152), (279)
    Aztec cartography: 00:52(056)
    Babylonian cartography: 00:52(057)


    Explanatory notes on the bibliographical conventions used

    This issue of the Bibliography includes items published from 2005 to 2007. The form of entries reflects the order and punctuation conventions of ISBD (M) : International Standard Bibliographic Description for Monographic Publications, Rev. ed. (s.l. : International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, 2002), but with modifications to accommodate articles in journals and collective works. Some English translations or paraphrases of titles have been supplied. The abbreviation 'ill.' alone implies illustration(s) of a cartographic nature; where both 'ill.' and 'maps' occur together illustrations of a general and of a cartographic nature are included. Where known, prices of items are included.

    To facilitate indexing, each entry is allocated a unique reference number containing three elements: the last two digits of the year of publication of the volume of Imago Mundi in which the 'Bibliography' appears, followed by the original series volume and parts numbers, and finally a sequence number.

    This section updated 21 November 2007


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