Albion’s Glorious Ile: William Hole and the Strangest Maps of Britain Ever Made

In the early 17th century, the celebrated London engraver William Hole created some of the strangest maps of Britain ever commissioned to illustrate Poly-Olbion, a vast 15,000-line topographical poem by Michael Dayton (1563-1631).

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