HistoricalFurther information: Early world maps
World map according to Posidonius (150-130 B.C.), drawn in 1628 A.D.
Tabula Rogeriana world map by Muhammad al-Idrisi in 1154. Note that north is to the bottom
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“It is hard to believe that England is so near as from your letters it appears; and that this identical piece of paper has lately come all the way from there hither, begrimed with the English dust which made you hesitate to use it; from England, which is only historical fairyland to me, to America, which I have put my spade into, and about which there is no doubt.”
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