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Terry Jones' Great Map Mystery on Youtube.

This is a four-part television documentary series first broadcast on BBC Two Wales in 2008 and presented by ex-Python Terry Jones. As described on the BBC's website, "Terry Jones sets out on a series of journeys through Wales following the world's first road atlas: John Ogilby's Britannia, published in 1675."
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Sounds interesting. I'll have to check it out. Thanks!
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Terry Jones' Great Map Mystery on Youtube.

This is a four-part television documentary series first broadcast on BBC Two Wales in 2008 and presented by ex-Python Terry Jones. As described on the BBC's website, "Terry Jones sets out on a series of journeys through Wales following the world's first road atlas: John Ogilby's Britannia, published in 1675."

Thanks Hans . . . hooked the laptop up to the TV and watched 3 of the 4 episodes last night (love it how one episode automatically follows another with no commercials! Isn't technology wonderful?). Talks about the reasoning behind why things were or weren't included on the map. Nothing too in-depth about the cartography but an entertaining piece.




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