dissected maps

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Scope note
Use only for puzzles consisting of maps mounted on pasteboard or wood and cut out into irregularly shaped pieces to be reassembled as an educational exercise; invented in the mid-18th century and popular through the early 19th century, especially in England and the United States.
dissected maps
Accepted term: 20-May-2024