Dublin 1610 to 1756: the making of the early modern city (2009)
This is the second Dublin pocket map to be published in the IHTA series. It follows on from Dublin c. 840 to c. 1540: the medieval town in the modern city (2002) by H.B. Clarke and maps over 180 topographical features of the city for the period 1610 to 1756. The booklet contains a commentary on the urban development of Dublin and a chronological index to sites. The accompanying foldout map pinpoints features on a modern base. Colour-coded streets indicate the start of the Georgian expansion of the urban core from medieval to early modern Dublin.
Dublin 1610 to 1756:the making of the early modern city accompanies Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 19 Dublin, part II, 1610 to 1756 (2008) by Colm Lennon.
Coloured map 650 x 860 mm (folded) and 20 pages of text 127 x 190 mm in a cover 120 mm x 134 mm.
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