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chorography

[kə′räg·rə·fē]
(mapping)
All of the methods used to map a region or district.
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Local historical documents: Local gazetteers or difangzhi, including: chronicles, annals, regional geography and chorography were obtained from the National Library of China and the Wanfang database.
(9) John Kinsella, Spatial Relations: Volume One: Essays, Reviews, Commentaries, and Chorography (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2013), 357.
We have other very important maps from the same period, such as "Transylvaniae Sybenburgen" Chorography (Johannes Honterus--1532), Daciae pars Chorographia (Georg Reichersoorffer--1541), Ethnographische (Carl von Czoernig)--Nova harta Valahiae of V.
Spatial relations volume one; essays, reviews, commentaries, and chorography.
For instance, in his essay on Buchanan's chorography, or geographical descriptions of Scotland and the Scots, Roger Mason explores not only the impact Buchanan had on the way Scotland's distinct geographical and historical identity was understood at home.
Harris argues that 'a strikingly wide array of sixteenth- and seventeenthcentury forms of English literary and cultural activity-devotional lyric verse, urban chorography, vitalist philosophy, and, most insistently, Shakespeare's own drama-expound or enact theories of the polychronic nature of matter' (4).
Several of the rhetorical practices Rice outlines (such as chorography and appropriation) seem reminiscent of simultaneous narrative's rhetorical volatility.
Cormack discusses three trends of medieval and early modern geography: the mathematical geography of Ptolemy, descriptive geography, and chorography. Mathematical geography aided by geodesy facilitates administration suitable for navigators and governmental officials.
In Chapter 2, he discusses William Lambarde's chorography, the Perambulation of Kent (1570) as a response to the centralizing impact of the Tudor revolution in government.
But he'll be at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts with the Paul Taylor Dance Company on Thursday, and expects the mesmerizing effect the chorography and dancing had on him to be felt by audience members there as well.