By Maureen Ash
New within the ?terrific?( NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING writer JAYNE ANN KRENTZ) Templar Knight secret series.
whilst a cake kills a squire, the fortress governor enlists assistance from Templar Bascot de Marins. yet as homicide spreads past the citadel partitions, he wonders whether it is actually the paintings of a deadly grasp of toxins.
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Fundamental to this departure is a close examination of cartographic design and technique, an approach that seems never to have been contemplated previously for the Peutinger Map, let alone attempted. The Stanford project has been attempting a similar one, and there is even reason to claim that the Marble Plan’s design and technique resemble those of the Map to a surprising degree. C. C. A space approximately one metre long is left within the text for a map that the copyist has begun, but for whatever reason never finished.
G. Teubner, 1940). A 1990 reissue (Stuttgart : Teubner) added an index by M. Zumschlinge. greek and roman mapping 25 Fig. 3. Bowl (patera) from Britain commemorating forts along the western end of Hadrian’s Wall (approx. 5). of Thessalonica61 preserves mention of a tapestry world-map presented to a Roman emperor no later than Nero. In a forthcoming paper I dare to suggest that Claudius was displaying a map when he delivered his famous speech62 in the Roman senate about the admission of Gallic notables to that august body.
34 34 “Travel, itineraria and tabellaria,” in C. Adams and R. ), Travel and Geography in the Roman Empire 22-66 (London and New York: Routledge, 2001) 23-25, 39-43; “Sea and river travel in the Roman itinerary literature,” in R. Talbert and K. ), Space in the Roman World: its Perception and Presentation (Münster: LIT, 2004), 43-96. greek and roman mapping 21 In a forthcoming contribution,35 I have gone further by probing some fundamental features of the land part which seem overdue for reappraisal.
A Plague of Poison (Templar Knight Mystery, Book 3) by Maureen Ash