A map of Bath from 1680
Taken from A Collection of the County Mapps of the Kingdome of England and Principality of Wales, by John Seller, a prolific cartographer based in Wapping, and later Hydrographer to Charles II, James II and William III. Bath’s prominence rose dramatically in 1676 with the publication of Thomas Guidott’s A discourse of Bathe and the hot waters there. Also, Some Enquiries into the Nature of the Water, which brought the health-giving properties of Bath’s waters to the attention of the aristocracy and turned Bath into one of the most fashionable towns in England.
Original Size: 16 x 19 cms
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