The mediterranean in history

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ISBN: : 978-0-500-29217-4
Type de format: : fb2, ibooks, azw, odf, epub, lit, pdf, mobi, cbt
Prix: : FREE
Auteure: : David Abulafia,,
Les données: : 30/01/2016
EAN: : 9780500292174

Its history and present challenges, Springer, p. point synthétiques (par exemple, le chapitre sur The making of the Mediterranean molluscan biodiversity ). Home; Book recommendation: The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean" by David Abulafia. Share this: OT-Med team would like to recommend. MULTI-ETHNIC CITIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD. Libro de los juegos de Alphonso X el savio, ca. HISTORY, CULTURE.12/07/ · The Mediterranean Sea was an important route for merchants and travelers during ancient times as it allowed for trade and cultural exchange between emergent peoples of the region. Several ancient civilizations were located around its shores; thus it has had a major influence on those cultures. The Mediterranean Sea is unique in the fact that it is almost completely land-locked. This water mass off the Atlantic Ocean is responsible for making the surrounding Mediterranean region a tourist hot-spot. It is flanked by Anatolia and Europe in the north, Africa in the south, and the Levant in the streetzen.net: Gaynor Borade. Contained in this history of the "Great Sea" are the stories of the birth of Western Civilization, the clash of warring faiths, and the rivalries of empires. David Abulafia leads a team of eight distinguished historians in an exploration of the great facts, themes and epochs of this region's history 3,8/5.


The mediterranean in history