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  • n. Plural form of cartography.

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Examples

  • In this endlessly absorbing history, Rachel Hewitt narrates the history of our printed maps from King George II's "Scotophobic" cartographies to the three-dimensional computerised elevations of today.

    Map of a Nation by Rachel Hewitt – review

  • Essentialism, the earliest of the four approaches, arose from cultural cartographies and greatly influenced modernization theorists whose positions became the points of departure of the other three approaches.

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  • Mental cartographies to share with fellow travelers or collect for future editions of Lonely Planet City Guides.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Painted by Ignazio Danti in the mid-16th century, these epic cartographies create a terrestrial theatre that in its way rivals the heavenly theatre of the Sistine Chapel itself.

    The Guardian World News

  • Ed Ruscha's serial cartographies, are situated as one point of origin of the emergent tradition.

    artforum.com

  • In turn GPS is also about to see greater growth as 3D GIS picks up speed and people begin to realise the importance of 3D coordinates and their power to fuel new map and visual cartographies.

    Planet Geospatial

  • Or "might the arboreal imagination animating the imagined landscapes of Palestinian refugees also produce cartographies of mutuality which accept, even embrace, the complex character of shared space?"

    Latest News from Ekklesia

  • Weaver asks, or, "might the arboreal imagination animating the imagined landscapes of Palestinian refugees also produce cartographies of mutuality which accept, even embrace, the complex character of shared space?"

    Ponderings on a Faith Journey

  • These remade cartographies allow artists to situate themselves, whether in the city or in a reinvented canon. caraballo-farman, recover a site to trace its changing use.

    artforum.com

  • Kantian paintings in this sense, although ones concerned less with cognitive bounds than with the multidimensional cartographies of consciousness that lie between, that is, with painting spinning thoughts and their unraveling.

    artforum.com

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