This beautiful historically inspired map is printed on a decorative satin to make a stunning scarf. The story it tells covers the role Hampshire played in the build up to the Battle of Agincourt. The map is in the legendary style of 16th Century cartographer, John Speed.
The map highlights the places where significant events both helped and hindered King Henry V’s reign. Follow the trail an ancient King followed to amass troops and equip his army for success at Agincourt. It was not plain sailing!
A map made in collaboration with historians
This map was created together with historians and digital media experts as part of the Road to Agincourt project,
Created by Eastleigh Tec Hub members Blue Donut Studios and SplashMaps, the project was funded bthrough the Heritage Lottery Fund this collaborative creation is a stunning gift!
The map is printed onto our beautiful satin, it’s washable fashionably wearable & stunning to be seen in.
Dimensions: 69 x 69cm
Contents: South Downs, Alresford, Winchester, New Forest, Michelmersh, Over Middle Wallop, Porchester Castle, Hamble, Titchfield, Portsmouth, Itching, Bittern, Botley, Cranbury, Redbridge, Bishops Waltham.