My name is Ioannis Guertsonii. I grew up near the birthplace of the famous cartographer Gerard Mercator. Inspired by this great scientist and artist I went to study Physical Geography (BSc), Cartography (Masters) and Remote Sensing (Postgraduate). This website and its products are the result of more than 30 years of experience in Cartography, GIS and IT, both as a teacher and developer. Please visit my LinkedIN profile for more information:

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This world atlas comprises 50 carefully selected world maps plus a description of their makers. Furthermore it includes a comprehensive insight in the history of cartography and how and why maps are/were made. The e-atlas shows how the world has changed through time and how map making techniques have evolved. Each era is represented by a number of maps drawn by the most famous (European) cartographers of their time. From early classical & medieval maps, via maps of 16th/17th century atlases (Golden Age of Cartography), to contemporary computer-generated images.


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