Reconstruction of the projection used by John Dee for one of his maps of 1580

How England and Wales might have looked on the Gough map if the data for Wales had been correctly added to the rest of the map. Enlarge

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Published articles on cartography

The Accuracy of Robert Saxton’s Survey and Map of Manningham, dated 1613, The Cartographic Journal 46(2) 115-25 (2009)         view post-print         Maney Publishing - the Cartographic Journal

 A method of estimating mea n errors in areas on a map from the errors in point separations, e-perimetron 4(3) 161-7 (2009) view article

Saxton Manuscript Maps and Surveys Not Described by Evans and Lawrence, Imago Mundi 62(2) 191-204 (2010) view article

Saxton’s Maps of England and Wales: The Accuracy of Anglia and Britannia and Their Relationship to Each Other and to the County Maps, Imago Mundi 63(2) 180-202 (2011) view article

Week-End Wanderings – Tom Bradley’s Yorkshire Rivers, IMCoS Journal  128,  27-34 ( Spring, 2012) view article

The Unusual projection for one of John Dee’s maps of 1580, The Cartographic Journal 41(1) , 55-61 (2012) view post-print
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Worth a look: A City in Tapestry, IMCoS Journal 12 9, 32 (Summer 2012) view article

Thomas Strother’s map of Bradford and Calverly Moor, In The Yorkshire Archaeological Society: A celebration of 150 years of collecting,  Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society, 2013, 32-3 view article

Further Light on Ogilby and Morgan’s Map of London (1676), Imago Mundi 65(2) 280-287 (2013)  view article

Speed's town mapping itineraries,  Imago Mundi  66(1) 95-104 (2014)
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Further light on the lives of Christopher and Robert Saxton, Imago Mundi 67(1) 81-89 (2014)          read abstract

The Medieval Gough map, its settlement geography and the inaccurate representation of Wales, Imago Mundi 67(2) 145-167 (2015)  read abstract  

The Town plans and Sketches of William Stukeley  (coauthor Brian Robson), The Cartographic Journal 53(2) 133-148 (2016)

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