Following the publication of Cambriae Typus, Humphrey Llwyd’s map of Wales, in 1573, other cartographers began to produce more detailed mapping of Wales, some of which focused on individual counties and regions.
Here we have a selection of digitised maps depicting the counties of Wales from the late 16th Century onwards:
Christopher Saxton's maps of the 13 Welsh Counties, 1579
George Owen's map of the county of Pembrokeshire, 1602
John Speed's individual maps of the 13 Welsh counties, 1610
Thomas Taylor's small county atlas of the Principality of Wales, 1718
Maps of Denbigh and Flint, c.1720, Cardiganshire, 1803, and Monmouthshire, 1785