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Colour map of Exeter by Rutger Hemannides, based upon the 1587 map by John Hooker, originally engraved by Remigius Hogenberg.


Framed copy of map of Exeter, engraved by Frans Hogenberg and printed in Vol. 6 of Georg Braun's 'Theatri praecipuarum totius mundi urbium'. It was based upon the 1587 map by John Hooker, originally engraved by Remigius Hogenberg.

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This map of Exeter, based on John Hooker’s 1587 map, was published in the book ‘Libellus novus politicus emblematicus civitatum’ and is used to point out the dangers of excessive lust. The Latin and German texts describe how the female serpent bites…

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Folded town planning map of Exeter, produced by Cook, Hammond and Kell for the Planning Officer at Exeter City Council in 1951. The city underwent a period of post-war rebuilding in the late 1940s and early 1950s, for which the City Council may have…

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Isca Danmoniorum is the earliest known printed map of Exeter. It was commissioned by John Hooker, the first Chamblerlain of Exeter, from the Flemish engraver Remigius Hogenberg, and formed the basis of all printed maps of Exeter for more than a…

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Transcripts of 120 letters of the poet John Jarmain to his wife Beryl, with whom he regularly corresponded after travelling to North Africa and South Italy during the Second World War. The letters are dated from 17 June 1942 to 04 November 1943.…

Caption reads 'Floodlighted by the Exeter Gaslight & Coke Company. Jubilee Celebrations, 6th May, 1935'.

Taken during visit to Exeter University by HRH the Prince of Wales to lay the Washington Singer foundation stone

Students on the steps of the Bradninch Place college building, Gandy Street, Exeter. The Borough of Badninch was a student society for men with its own Mayor and officials.

The pond at the Crossmead hall of residence was dredged each summer and used by the students as a swimming pool.

In 1983 Crossmead was turned from a hall of residence to a conference centre.

General exterior view
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