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April 16, 2018 08:31AM
Myths on the Map, which originated in a 2013 conference at Bristol
University, attempts to make good the editor’s claim that “myth-making
blended into map-making” (2). To this end, fifteen studies, arranged
in no particular order, explore how ancient Greek mythmakers and
artisans engaged a bundle of kindred concepts: inter alia, space,
place, maps, geography, landmark, and landscape.


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