Session: Maps as source and instrument for historical research and means of presentation

Heads of households as tools for cartography of the late medieval Dijon


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Session: Maps as source and instrument for historical research and means of presentation
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The atlas of the fire boundary. A new urban moving map of Rotterdam


A new Building in an old City: an analysis of the spatial relationship between the seventeenth-century Amsterdam City Hall and the Dam Square


City and Spectacle: a vision of pre-earthquake Lisbon


Understanding the urban tissue history through GIS assisted integration of geologic, geomorphic, historical and architectural data: the case of the history of Ferrara


Twelve Centuries of Landscape Transformation in the Randstad Holland in 6 Maps: ca. 800, 1200, 1500, 1700, 1900 and 2000


Four cornerstones for historical urban topography in the Low Countries. A methodological survey on four map corpuses and their potential for urban history