Citation Styles for "Historical map of Oxford from medieval to Victorian times : showing major medieval and later buildings and places of interest with an introduction and explanatory gazetteer"

APA (6th ed.)

  • British Historic Towns Atlas (Organization)., Crossley, A., Lovell Johns Ltd.,, & Historic Towns Trust,. (2016). Historical map of Oxford from medieval to Victorian times: Showing major medieval and later buildings and places of interest with an introduction and explanatory gazetteer.

Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.)

  • British Historic Towns Atlas (Organization), and Alan Crossley. 2016. Historical map of Oxford from medieval to Victorian times: showing major medieval and later buildings and places of interest with an introduction and explanatory gazetteer.

Harvard (18th ed.)

  • BRITISH HISTORIC TOWNS ATLAS (ORGANIZATION), & CROSSLEY, A. (2016). Historical map of Oxford from medieval to Victorian times: showing major medieval and later buildings and places of interest with an introduction and explanatory gazetteer.

MLA (7th ed.)

  • Crossley, Alan. Historical Map of Oxford from Medieval to Victorian Times: Showing Major Medieval and Later Buildings and Places of Interest with an Introduction and Explanatory Gazetteer. , 2016.

Turabian (6th ed.)

  • British Historic Towns Atlas (Organization), and Alan Crossley. Historical Map of Oxford from Medieval to Victorian Times: Showing Major Medieval and Later Buildings and Places of Interest with an Introduction and Explanatory Gazetteer. 2016.

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