Medieval Cartography in the Liber Floridus: A 12th-Century Masterpiece

Liber Floridus: The Comprehensive Guide to Medieval Cartography

Exploring Medieval Cartography through the Liber Floridus At the zenith of medieval cartography, the Liber Floridus stands as a monumental oeuvre, reflecting the intellectual fervor and meticulous artistry of the Middle Ages. Authored by Lambert, Canon of Saint-Omer in the 1100s, this illuminated manuscript is a repository of knowledge encompassing theological discourse and the era’s … Read more