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An historical geography of Europe, 450 BC - AD 1330 by Norman J. G. Pounds

By Norman J. G. Pounds

All ages has its personal geography, separate and targeted from the geographies of previous and succeeding a while, this 1973 e-book seeks to check the advanced of usual and man-made beneficial properties that have supplied the heritage of heritage, influencing its path and themselves changed via human motion. Professor kilos examines 5 brief sessions, each one of which isn't purely particularly good documented, but additionally very important within the climax of a civilisation. In a feeling, each one represents the climax of an extended interval of historic improvement. the purpose is to survey the full of Europe for every of the selected sessions, no longer in basic terms these parts which were highlighted via files and occasions. Northern Europe within the age of Pericles and japanese Europe in all classes are, for instance, tested, along the better-known Mediterranean sector, France and the Rhineland. massive use is made from maps, all especially ready for this publication.

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Through managing the timing and spatial parameters of burning events, the mosaic of habitats included patches of vegetation 26 2 Global Applicability of Landscape Evolution of variable ages and compositions as they recovered differentially from the fires. Through weed-pulling and other activities, people could continue to manipulate the development of the fired landscape. Furthermore, fresh young grass may have attracted antelopes and other animals, while the natural habitats of birds, rodents, and other wildlife were variably disrupted or enhanced.

D. 1400 and therefore is missing the relevant information about how people adapted to the changing conditions prior to this time. D. 1300–1400 in the placement of habitation zones, reliance of different kinds of crops, and overall patterns of settlement and land use. D. 1400 (Carson 2006). D. 1400s as the beginning of increased competition of warring chiefs (Cordy 2000), indicative of environmental and social stress. D. D. D. 1400. D. 1000 through 1300, followed by crisis during the extended unfavourable conditions of the LIA that no longer could support the population that had expanded and thrived during prior centuries.

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