Ancient Britain map. Ordnance Survey, 2005. The map shows the location of sites from the Stone Age to the early Middle Ages on a modern road map base. Each archaeological period is identified using different symbols and colors. Key sites are highlighted with photographs, text and thumbnail maps. Additional text in the margins.
1 sheet, folded.
Great Britain Historic Maps. Ordnance Survey. These maps are now out of print and are available only as long as our supply lasts. These maps cover various historical topics and regions; each includes descriptive text and color photos. Recommended for tourists.
Roman & Medieval Canterbury. 1:2,500. 1990. OS.
Georgian Bath. 1:2,500. 1989. OS.
Roman Britain. 1:625,000.
Roman & Medeival Bath. 1:1,250. 1989. OS.
The Trafalgar Way map. Ordnance Survey, 2005. Commemorative map of the 1805 journey from Falmouth to London by Lt. John Richards Lapenotiere who carried news of the naval victory and Lord Nelson's death to the Admiralty in London. A period map is used with the route overprinted, along with information on the journey, the battle, and Nelson.