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[Detail] Diagrammatic T-O map. The world is portrayed as a circle divided by a 'T' shape into three continents; Asia, Europe, and Africa.

  • Title of Book: Etymologies
  • Author: Isidore, Saint, Bishop of Seville
  • Production: 12th century
  • Language: Latin

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