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Fig. 2

From: The Materiality of Odors: Experiencing Church Burials and the Urban Environment in Early Modern Northern Sweden

Fig. 2

The map of the town of Oulu from the year 1763 by Mårten Hackzell, showing the wet areas inside the town borders and locations mentioned in the text: (A) Oulu church, (B) the Hjärpenlampi, and (C) the School Pond. The blocks and lots assumed their regular shape during the latter half of the 17th century (Hackzell 1763). (Map courtesy of the Northern Ostrobothnia Museum, Oulu, Finland.)

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