Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 28
This atlas traces the growth and development of the city of Galway from its origins as an Anglo-Norman borough and seaport. Over 30 loose, large-format pages reproduce old maps, plans and views, alongside reconstructions and thematic maps to help tell the story of Galway in a visual way. An accompanying text section includes an explanatory essay and historical gazetteer with over 2,500 entries on features of the townscape such as streets, schools, town walls, mills etc. Also included is a CD-ROM where the text is word searchable and the maps and images are in high resolution allowing for detailed examination.
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Format: Pack & CD-ROM