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A digital atlas of the new towns of Edward I
September 6, 2006 5:35 AM   Subscribe

Mapping Medieval Townscapes: a digital atlas of the new towns of Edward I For each town you will find maps and images, as well as historical interpretation, bibliographical information, and access through to a geographical database. (The fancy interactive maps are especially good.) Warning: you'll have to click to agree to some terms and conditions before you can view the site.
posted by jack_mo (6 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite

 
This is awesome. Really, really awesome.
posted by posadnitsa at 5:45 AM on September 6, 2006


Holy. Crap. (This is excellent.)
posted by Ricky_gr10 at 6:25 AM on September 6, 2006


Hey, I clicked on "overview" and encountered our old friend

> Could not connect to JRun Server.

Could we possibly be bringing him with us when click out from mefi? The gift that keeps on giving!
posted by jfuller at 7:32 AM on September 6, 2006


I just called the Archaeology Data Service at the University of York to let em know the site is falling over - they were aware they'd been linked, maybe that's why it's JRunning.

Oo - it's up again. Yippee!
posted by dash_slot- at 8:22 AM on September 6, 2006


Yow. This is too cool. Thanks, jack_mo!
posted by Floydd at 9:34 AM on September 6, 2006


Fascinating. I love GIS apps and Wales!
posted by owhydididoit at 11:25 AM on September 6, 2006


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