Chorography

Chorography (from χῶρος khōros, `place` and γράφειν graphein, `writing`) is the art of describing or mapping a region or district, and by extension such a description or map. This term derives from the writings of the ancient geographer Pomponius Mela and Ptolemy, where it meant the geographical description of regions. However, i...
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Chorography

• (n.) the mapping or description of a region or district.
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Chorography

Cho·rog'ra·phy noun [ Latin chorographia , Greek ...; ... place + ... to describe.] the mapping or description of a region or district. « The chorography of their provinces. Sir T. Browne. »
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chorography

chorography The art or practice of describing, or of delineating on a map or chart, particular regions, or districts; as distinguished from geography, taken as dealing with the earth in general, and (less distinctly) from topography, which deals with particular places, as towns, etc.
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chorography

written work or treatise on a region or district
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