Enduring appeal. The successful blend of antique appearance, up-to-date cartography, attractive solid hardwood base and mountains in raised relief have made the Lenox desk globe a very popular gift for many years.
This 30cm diameter blue ocean globe with full raised-relief is a great tool for school and college students. The smoke black high-quality plastic base and semi-meridian are scratch resistant and extremely durable.
Designed in Denmark and built in Italy, the "Expression" series of contemporary globes is truly European. The oceans and inland lakes of the expression Mint globe are a mint colour. The cartographer has added country boundaries and all country, Capital city and major place names to the dark grey coloured continents.
Published in association with the Royal Geographical Society, this authoritative Philip's atlas presents the world in cartography of exceptional quality. The 144 pages of physical and political maps - fully revised and updated - have been selected to provide balanced coverage of the continents, while giving prominence to densely populated and economically or strategically important areas. Projections and sc...
Philip’s Children’s Atlas is aimed at 7-12 year olds. The atlas features a blend of ‘adult’ cartography (including an index, relief shading, spot heights, letter grid references, and lines of longitude and latitude) with child friendly displayS.
Accompanying its larger cartographical parent, The Times Mini Atlas of the World is an ideal gift and handy pocket sized reference guide providing clear and detailed maps of every part of the world. Since its first inception in 1967, The Times’ atlases have always excelled in detailed and beautifully crafted mapping that represents the perfect blend of tradition, authority and style.
This lyrical adventure sweeps us through time and across Europe and the Middle East, charting the lands and events of the period known as the Middle Ages. Artworks, maps, and fine photography illuminate the key events of every century, beginning with the fall of the Roman Empire in A.D. 476 and moving forward to A.D. 1500 - the beginning of the age of discovery. Vibrant text from author John M. Thompson cap...
Before there were superpowers, there were great empires - supremely forceful political entities whose rulers conquered vast territories, united diverse peoples, and changed the course of the world. From the Persian dynasties in the Fertile Crescent to the infamously ruthless Mongols in the steppes of Central Asia, to the great Ottoman Empire that spanned two continents and the colonial rule of 19th-century ...
Atlas of Empires tells the story of how and why the great empires of history came into being, operated and ultimately declined, and discusses the future of the empire in today's globalized world. Featuring 60 beautiful and detailed maps of the empires' territories at different stages of their existence and organized thematically to reflect the different driving forces behind empires throughout history (such...
Like Geography and love Monty Python silliness? Then this is for you!
“Atlas, Schmatlas” is an absolutely silly, satirical, yet oddly informative and comprehensive atlas of the world. Written and illustrated by Craig Robinson, who got a D in his O level geography exams, “Atlas, Schmatlas” has over 250 entries covering the globe; filled with colourful maps, graphs, illustrations of notable figures and fam...
Presents a huge wealth of information gathered from the conservation community worldwide. Begins by outlining material and energy cycles in the biosphere before developing the themes of the historical change in biodiversity, the relationships between humankind and the environment, and current trends in biodiversity, ecosystems and species depletion. Illustrated 37 thematic maps, 25 figures, 49 tables & 33...
Over 2,000 place names are included. The text is clear and each country is given a different colour with a darker tone around the borders to accentuate the political mapping. In the oceans, undersea ridges and basins are named and the clever use of shading in the oceans gives a stunning effect when the globe is illuminated.
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Earth Condensed is a contemporary reference atlas, compiled with complete up-to-date information, striking cartography, a wealth of detail, and full-colour photography. It contains accessible text from an expert team of astronomers, geologists, geographers, and historians; comprehensive mapping showing the important geographica...
Sublime landscapes, tranquil urban scenes, frolicking children; who would associate these images with Palestine. All too often the Western media show the country's gloomy side, and Palestinians as aggressors. It is this that makes identifying with them very difficult.
Insight Pocket World Atlas Exclusive Edition (Ebony) is bound in a moleskine-style finish, and comes with elastic fastener, satin page marker and an expanding notes pocket. Indexed with 20,000 place names, a Nations of the World section contains flags, facts and figures on the 196 sovereign nations of the world.
Insight Pocket World Atlas Exclusive Edition (Rouge) is bound in a moleskine-style finish, and comes with elastic fastener, satin page marker and an expanding notes pocket. Indexed with 20,000 place names, a Nations of the World section contains flags, facts and figures on the 196 sovereign nations of the world.