Topic: Interesting resource for Early Modern games

The library at the Georgia Institute of Technology has some books of maps from the 1600's in the rare book collection. The video was a presentation about them. After the video conference they let folks into the meeting room to see the books up close so I got to see them in-person. They are huge. The maps of China are very detailed. I suspect that they were copied from Imperial Chinese maps but I could be wrong.

The books were published around 1660 but the librarians told me the earliest map was made around 1605 and others were made in various years.

Re: Interesting resource for Early Modern games

Looks like they some more books from the 1600's … ileo-books