2 edition of Philippine cartography, 1320-1899. found in the catalog.
Philippine cartography, 1320-1899.
Bibliography: p. 133-136.
|Statement||With an introd. by R. A. Skelton.|
|LC Classifications||GA1231 .Q5 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 140 p.|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||64004730|
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In this landmark history of the making of the Philippines, National Artist Carlos Quirino recounts how the concept of the Philippines emerged as a vague grouping of islands in the early fourteenth century and evolved in fits and starts over half a millennium into its current iconography.
First published in a limited edition in and published a second time in Amsterdam, the third edition of Philippine Cartography showcases more than maps from the finest collections in the Philippines and the most comprehensive bibliography of Philippine maps.
This edition also contains a fresh and 1320-1899. book introduction by map Author: Carlos Quirino. Philippine Cartography (3rd Edition) First published in a limited edition in and published a second time in Amsterdam, the third edition of Philippine Cartography showcases more than maps from the finest collections in the Philippines and the most comprehensive bibliography of Philippine maps.
Philippine cartography (). Manila: Carmelo and Bauermann. MLA Citation. Quirino, Carlos. Philippine cartography () / by Carlos Quirino Carmelo and Bauermann Manila Australian/Harvard Citation. Quirino, Carlos. Philippine cartography () / by Carlos Quirino Carmelo and Bauermann Manila.
Wikipedia Citation. Philippine Cartography Regular price ₱3, In this landmark history of Philippine maps and their cartographers, National Artist Carlos Quirino recounts how the concept of the Philippines emerged in the late 16th century as a nebulous speck in the Pacific Ocean and evolved over four centuries into its current iconography.
Philippine Cartography () Carlos Quirino. Published by N. Israel, Amsterdam () Used. Hardcover. The inside pages look unmarked. The book is an attempt to cover various maps known to be held on the Philippines both domestically and abroad.
Looks like 35 illustrative examples included in the book, all in black and white. Size. Vibal Foundation Philippine CartographyFourth Edition. From ₱1, Vibal Foundation More Islamic Than We Admit ₱ Vibal Foundation Fifty Shades of children's books, reference books, scholarly and reference books, and subscriptions.
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x cm (9 x 12 in) HARD-BOUND. Get this from a library. Philippine cartography (). [Carlos Quirino; Carmelo & Bauermann,]. 'For Philippine antique maps, the standard reference remains Carlos Quirino's work.
See Carlos Quirino, Philippine Cartography (), second revised edition with an introduction by R. Skelton (Amsterdam: N. Israel, ), X Ill. See also the following sources: Atlas de Filipinas, Colección de 30 Mapas, trabajados por delineantes. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Quirino, Carlos.
Philippine cartography, Amsterdam, N. Israel  (OCoLC) Document Type. These books help children address real life questions, concerns, and values in a form with which they can easily identify.
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Carlos Madrid, declared how this landmark map “became the iconic representation of the historical position of. Quirino. Carlos Quirino. Philippine Cartography - Third Edition. Edited by Leovino Ma. Garcia, Ph.D. Manilla, Vibal Foundation, ISBN Quirino's books and articles span the whole gamut of Philippine history and culture--from Bonifacio's trial to Aguinaldo's biography, from Philippine cartography to culinary arts, from cash crops to tycoons and president's lives, among so many subjects.
Philippine Cartography by. Carlos Quirino, Leovino Ma/5(32). In this landmark history of Philippine maps and their cartographers, historian Carlos Quirino recounts how the concept of the Philippines emerged in the late sixteenth century as a nebulous speck in the vast Pacific Ocean and evolved in fits and starts over four centuries into its current iconography.
This article is about the Philippine island. For other uses, see Luzon (disambiguation). Luzon Luzon mainland in red; its associated. Filipiniana Clasica Carlos Quirino’s PHILIPPINE CARTOGRAPHY 4th Edition Edited by: Carlos Madrid, PhD With an Introduction by: Thomas SuárezWith a Foreword by: Ambeth R.
Ocampo pages, hardbound, ca. x cm (9 x 12 in).Author of Boxer codex, Philippine cartography,Who's who in Philippine history, Manuel L. Quezon, Juan Luna, The Laurel story, Philippine cartography, by Carlos Quirino. First published in 1 edition.Politics and government, Sources, Accessible book.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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