[Image: Fragment of the Gough Map]
[Image: Fragment of the Gough Map]

Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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Gough Map presentation to U3A

Posted on 4 February 2011 by Nick Millea 

On 27 January, Nick Millea gave a presentation to the Oxford branch of the University of the Third Age (U3A) when he spoke on 'Bodley’s map collection: a national cartographic treasure house', the first half of which was devoted to the Gough Map and promotion of the "Linguistic Geographies" project. It was the project which dominated the post-talk questions session, with audience members looking to learn about the potential of pigment analysis, Roman and Indian cartographic legacy, and medieval cartographic intelligence gathering. There's a lot of interest out there in what the project is delivering, and the launch of the web tool is keenly anticipated.

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