An atlas is a collection of maps; it is typically a bundle of maps of Earth or a region of Earth.

Atlases have traditionally been bound into book form, but today many atlases are in multimedia formats. In addition to presenting geographic features and political boundaries, many atlases often feature geopolitical, social, religious and economic statistics. They also have information about the map and places in it.

The Atlas of Middle-Earth
National Geographic Atlas of the World
The Penguin Atlas of Ancient History
The Anchor Atlas of World History, Vol 1: From the Stone Age to the Eve of the French Revolution
Atlas of Remote Islands
The Anchor Atlas of World History, Vol 2: From the French Revolution to the American Bicentennial
The New Penguin Atlas of Medieval History
The Penguin Historical Atlas of the Vikings
Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders
The Penguin Atlas of Recent History: Europe Since 1815
World History Atlas
Atlas of Ancient America (Cultural Atlas of the World)
Atlas of the North American Indian
The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Civilizations
The Lightning Thief by Rick RiordanArtemis Fowl by Eoin ColferEndangered by Dani HootsPeter Pan by J.M. BarrieNemesis by Agatha Christie
Greek Mythological Names
120 books — 84 voters
London A-Z by Geographers' A-Z Map CompanyCollins World Atlas by CollinsAtlas of Remote Islands by Judith SchalanskyThe Hornblower companion; by C.S. ForesterAtlas of the English Civil War by Peter R. Newman
Atlases And Maps
60 books — 6 voters

Emerald Magic by Andrew M. GreeleyDining Out Around the Solar System by Clare O'BearaThe Irish Existentialists by John BuchananSt. Patrick's Gargoyle by Katherine KurtzKnights of the Borrowed Dark by Dave   Rudden
SF & F Atlas - Dublin
6 books — 2 voters

Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary by Merriam-WebsterThe Oxford English Dictionary by John Andrew SimpsonOxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary by A.S. HornbyThe Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr.Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss
251 books — 52 voters
Apocalyptic Cartography by Chet Van DuzerThe Mystical Geography of Quebec by Susan J. PalmerThe Historical Encyclopaedia of Atlantic Vigias by Raymond John HowgegoGlasgow's Secret Geometry by Harry BellThe Land That Never Was by Vasily Pasetsky
100 books — 1 voter

Byron Rizzo
¿Cuál es el animal con voz, que en la mañana camina en cuatro patas, por la tarde en anda en dos, y al anochecer en tres? Un Edipo contemporáneo respondería: El mismo que comenzó a estudiar con pesados Atlas y enciclopedias en papel, luego lo hizo con software educativo como Encarta, y ahora, estudia con artículos de Wikipedia. Todo en el transcurso de un día generacional, o una vida.
Byron Rizzo, The Ephemeral Age: Keys to understand fast times and scheduled obsolescence

Cynthia Cisneros
Darling, who made you believe stumbling down the aisle was like marching to your death on bloodstained knees? How did it ever come to this? You, thinking love to be a monster sent to torch your lungs and make the atlas in your blood collapse future lineages because you’re afraid.
Cynthia Cisneros, Burned Tongues: Poems

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