Journal for the history of cartography in the NetherlandsPublished by the Barent Langenes Foundation at Middelburg
Map collections in the Netherlands (Dutch text only)
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Caert-Thresoor, published by the Barent Langenes Foundation, is the only journal published in the Netherlands to devote its efforts to the history of cartography. The articles pay attention to various aspects of historical cartography, such as plans of towns, fortifications and gardens, developments in styles of decoration and activities of individual mapmakers, engravers and publishers. Room is available for contributions on Dutch maps collections and for announcements of findings of unusual items. Readers of Caert-Thresoor are frequently informed about new literature, facsimile's and exhibitions. First appeared in 1982, Caert-Thresoor is issued four times a year. The journal has about 650 subscribers, mainly in the Netherlands. Generally, each issue contains two or three articles, reviews, news and announcements ('Varia Cartographica') and listings of new literature and facsimile's. The language of publication is Dutch, articles have a summary in English.
Each issue includes:
Annual subscription rates: Netherlands € 30.00, Belgium € 32.00, other European countries € 38.00 and outside Europe € 42.00. Single issues: € 8.00.
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