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WORKYNGTON - c1350 map in Martin & Jean Norgate Collection. Map b shows a transcription which is far easier to read. Can you find WORKYNGTON on the c1350 Gough map of Britain?

'Gough ' Map showing North west England and Galloway c1350 - Reproduction map, photozincograph reduced size facsimile, Gough Map of Britain, scale about 28.5 miles to 1 inch, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1875. - Martin and Jean Norgate collection at Geography Department, Portsmouth University.

b) Transcription of 'Gough ' Map showing North west England and Galloway c1350 - Reproduction map, photozincograph reduced size facsimile, Gough Map of Britain, scale about 28.5 miles to 1 inch, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1875. (JandMN 33) - Martin and Jean Norgate collection at Geography Department, Portsmouth University. I think all the rivers shown are navigable to some degree. What do you think?

c) Gough Map of British Isles map discovered by Richard Gough in Oxford](1875)- Reproduction map, photozincograph reduced size facsimile, Gough Map of Britain, scale about 28.5 miles to 1 inch, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, 1875. (JandMN 33)- Martin and Jean Norgate collection at Geography Department, Portsmouth University.

d) Mapping the realm is a project funded by the British Academy to create an interactive online version of the celebrated medieval Gough Map of Great Britain. The original map is held in the Bodleian Library in Oxford. It probably dates from the fourteenth century but neither the identity of its author or its exact origins are known.

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