Mappa Mundi a map of the world of a kind produced in the medieval and early Renaissance periods, typically depicting Jerusalem at its centre, and featuring details of cosmology, mythology, and history. A famous example is a 13th-century circular map, preserved in Hereford Cathedral in England. The name comes from medieval Latin, literally ‘sheet of the world’.
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