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The Political Logic of a Mediterranean Landscape: Southernmost Calabria from 6000 BC to the Present
Meredith Chesson, University of Notre Dame

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the Political Logic of Mediterrean Landscape (Web Resources)
Title: the Political Logic of Mediterrean Landscape
Author: Meredith Chesson
Abstract: All landscapes, because they have been moulded by human action, are to some extent political. This is particularly evident in the Mediterranean Basin, a crossroad where civilisations have coalesced and often clashed. Although the larger of the Mediterranean Islands have been the home centres of great civilisations (Chapters 3 and 5) during prehistoric times, they have been unable to resist the repeated invasions of mainland-based powers that battled successively for political and commercial authority.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www2.arch.cam.ac.uk/~jer39/BMAP/Visit.html


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