Shipwrecks and treasure in the manuscript maps of William Hack

Illustration of an erupting volcano from a 17th-century manuscript with handwritten script around the illustration
ONLINE EVENT

Shipwrecks and treasure in the manuscript maps of William Hack

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  20 May 2021

 4.30–6pm BST

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Registration closes at 4pm on 18 May

About the event

In the next talk in the Oxford Seminars in Cartography series, Chet Van Duzer (The Lazarus Project, University of Rochester) looks at the late seventeenth-century manuscript maps of the pirate William Hack, featuring some exciting material about the records of shipwrecks on his maps, and how they change over time.

 Speakers

Chet Van Duzer, The Lazarus Project, University of Rochester

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