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Muir's historical atlas: medieval and modern
Bib ID 141674
Format BookBook
Author
Muir, Ramsay, 1872-1941
 
Uniform Title Philips' new historical atlas for students
Edition 11th ed.; edited by the late R. F. Treharne and Harold Fullard. 
Description London, G. Philip, 1969 
xvi, 96 p. of col. maps, 24 p. 29 cm. 
Notes

First ed. published in 1911 under title: Philips' new historical atlas for students.

Subjects Historical geography -- Maps.  |  Geography, Medieval -- Maps.
Other authors/contributors Treharne, R. F. (Reginald Francis), 1901-1967, ed  |  Fullard, Harold, ed
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Historical atlas, medieval and modern

Historical atlas, medieval and modern.

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