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Locating Lascars: The Old Bailey Online and the Maritime World of the Indian Ocean

CitC’s first guest post of 2015 is by Ian Petrie, on teaching with Old Bailey Online in combination with other digital tools. In spring 2013 I first taught my course “Merchants, Saints, Slaves & Sojourners: The Worlds of the Indian Ocean”, … Continue reading

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Link: Playing with Locating London’s Past

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Link: Locating London’s Past Locating London’s Past is an exciting new resource enabling users to search a wide body of digital resources relating to early modern and eighteenth-century London, and to map the results on to a new version of John … Continue reading

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Fitting Rocque to Modern London

The Locating London’s Past blog has a pair of fascinating new posts by Peter Rauxloh about the process of creating the ‘new’ version of Rocque’s 1746 map. Part 1: Georeferencing However, georeferencing an historic map is generally more tricky than … Continue reading

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