A strip map or road map, taken from a road book entitled Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd. The text was written by John Owen, the map was produced by Emanuel Bowen, and the book was published by Thomas Bowles in around 1720 onwards. This is part of a two sided sheet.
Page 263 shows the road from Alresford, through Winchester, Romsey, to Ringwood, Hampshire. The arms of Lymington, Lymington and Pennington, Hampshire; and descriptions of Romsey, Ringwood, Lymington and Malwood Castle are included on the sheet.
Page 264 shows part of Hampshire; including Knaston and Poole in Dorset; then Poole, and Christchurch, Dorset; Milton, Lymington, Hampshire; and Southampton, and Winchester, Hampshire; with coat of arms of Christchurch and Christchurch Deanery; and descriptions of the New Forest, and Christchurch.