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ἰχνογραφία). A ground-plan or map used by architects, surveyors, etc. (Vitruv. i. 2, 2). A good example of Roman chartography is the plan of Rome engraved on marble and originally part of the temple of Romulus and Remus. Fragments of it are still preserved in the Capitol.

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