- Tim Robinson's deep maps of Aran and Connemara;
- PrairyErth, William Least Heat Moon's deep map of Chase County, Kansas
- Translations, by Brian Friel. Ordnance Survey names the landscape.
- Nüshu - once vibrant, now dead
Knockroe (An Cnoc Rua) , Kiltennell Civil Parish, Barony of Idrone East
because Google knows where they live, people who live 40km away N at the other Knockroe :
Knockroe (An Cnoc Rua) , Rathvilly Civil Parish, Barony of Rathvilly
will likewise be delivered to the familiar neighbourhood. But if Cousin Bubba comes to visit from Tennessee, it's evens that he'll go to the wrong place. Shows a certain want of imagination to have two Knockroes in Co Carlow and 72 (!!) across the country. There are only 5 Woodstowns, 4 of them in Waterford. The most confusingly close pair of townlands which I can easily bring to your attention are a brace of Kilkenny Knockroes [shown R] down near Windgap and not a long way from Tipperary [from the Southerly K'roe you can gob across the Lingaun River and have your spittle land in Co Tipp - the 1km scale bar R is in Co Tipp]. By a curious coincidence, that same Kilkenny Knockroe has one of the finest examples of a neolthic passage tomb in Leinster. The site includes cup & ring marks similar to the designs we found on our own neolithic artwork, in one of the Carlow Knockroes. Actually not such an amazing coincidence because the landscape of Ireland is as rich in neolithic artifacts as a brack is full of currants.