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a.1.Of or pertaining to ichonography; describing a ground plot.
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The unprecedented accuracy of this first ichnographic map, based on his odometer readings, was critical, as Imola was an important military base.
Clearly, spence had a genius for accessibly deconstructing familiar and powerful ichnographic images.
19) Plymouth Rock achieved ichnographic status only in the nineteenth century, when some enterprising residents of the town moved it down to the water so its significance as the "holy soil" the Pilgrims first touched might seem more plausible.