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Cotton Claudius DVI, f.12v One of the earliest detailed maps of Great Britain extant, by Matthew Paris, c.1250

by Matthew Paris

Cotton Claudius DVI, f.12v One of the earliest detailed maps of Great Britain extant, by Matthew Paris, c.1250 - Matthew Paris
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Cotton Claudius DVI, f.12v One of the earliest detailed maps of Great Britain extant, by Matthew Paris, c.1250 - Matthew Paris

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English: "Cotton Claudius DVI, f.12v One of the earliest detailed maps of Great Britain extant, by Matthew Paris, c.1250" oil on Canvas.
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1250

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Matthew Paris

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