The Origin of Place-Names on Maps
Richardson, W A R
The Map Collector
Many inscriptions on early maps and charts present problems of meaning and identity which can only be resolved beyond reasonable doubt by tracing them back to their earliest recorded appearance and reducing the risk of being misled by versions that have become corrupted over time.
Maritime history, Maritime navigation, Cartography, Mapmaking, Bill Richardson
Richardson, W.A.R. 1991. The Origin of Place-Names on Maps. The Map Collector, 55 (Summer), 18-23.