5 edition of The Mediterranean in history found in the catalog.
The Mediterranean in history
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-316) and index.
|Statement||edited by David Abulafia ; texts by David Abulafia ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||DE80 .M43 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||2003107262|
Fernand Braudel (French: ; 24 August – 27 November ) was a French historian and a leader of the Annales scholarship focused on three main projects: The Mediterranean (–49, then –66), Civilization and Capitalism (–79), and the unfinished Identity of France (–85). His reputation stems in part from his writings, but even more from his . Get this from a library! The Mediterranean in history. [David Abulafia;] -- "The Mediterranean has been the meeting-place of the cultures of Europe, Asia and Africa, the battleground of races and nations and the focus of three great religions, Christianity, Judaism and.
Book Description. This volume brings together for the first time a collection of twelve articles written both jointly and individually by Peregrine Horden and Nicholas Purcell as they have participated in the debates generated by their major work, The Corrupting Sea: A Study of Mediterranean History (). One theme in those debates has been how a comprehensive Mediterranean history . About the Book. The focus of Fernand Braudel's great work is the Mediterranean world in the second half of the sixteenth century, but Braudel ranges back in history to the world of Odysseus and forward to our time, moving out from the Mediterranean area to the New World and other destinations of Mediterranean traders.
Situated at the intersection of Europe, Asia, and Africa, the Mediterranean Sea has been for millenia the place where religions, economies, and political systems met, clashed, influenced and absorbed one another. David Abulafia offers a fresh perspective by focusing on the sea itself: its practical importance for transport and sustenance; its dynamic role in the rise and fall of /5(4). From the hominids who, as early as , BC, made their way from Africa to Crete bearing quartz hand axes, to the recent debt crisis in Greece, all of Mediterranean history .
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About the Author: David Abulafia, Professor of Mediterranean Studies, Cambridge University/5(33). The book departs from the traditional view of Mediterranean history, which placed emphasis on the overwhelming influences of physical geography on the molding of the region's civilizations.
The Mediterranean in history. Edited by David Abulafia. Texts by David Abulafia, Oliver Rackham, Marlene Suano, Mario Torelli, Geoffrey Rickman, John Pryor, Michel Balard, Molly Greene, Jeremy Black. With illustrations, in colour. The Author conveys the history of the peoples of the Mediterranean as it pertains to their Sea frontiers and not to their land frontiers.
Because this narrows the historical topics of each people or nation, it also allows more of an focus on how the different peoples of the sea interacted with their by: About this Item: Getty Trust Publications, United States, Paperback.
Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In this richly illustrated volume, eight distinguished historians explore the facts, themes, and epochs of the history of the "Great Sea" the physical setting; the rivalry between Carthaginians, Greeks, and Etruscans for control of sea routes.
Although the chapters are based on a loose historical format, from prehistory to the yearthe book considers the Mediterranean as the meeting place of nations; it considers the power battles that have taken place for control of the sea, and the impact that different religions and cultures have had upon the s: 9.
A groundbreaking culinary work of extraordinary depth and scope that spans more than one thousand years of history, A Mediterranean Feast tells the sweeping story of the birth of the venerated and diverse cuisines of the Mediterranean.
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It's a very ambitious project, especially since this is a slim volume (some odd pages). I found only the Greek and Roman sections to be sufficiently detailed to make it worth s: The book departs from the traditional view of Mediterranean history, which placed emphasis on the overwhelming influences of physical geography on the molding of the region's civilizations/5(33).
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The book departs from the traditional view of Mediterranean history, which placed emphasis on the overwhelming influences of physical geography on the molding of the region's civilizations. Instead, this new interpretation regards that physical context as a staging ground for decisive action, and at center stage are human catalysts at all Brand: Getty Publications.
David Abulafia's The Great Sea is the first complete history of the Mediterranean, from the erection of temples on Malta around BC to modern tourism. Ranging across time and the whole extraordinary space of the Mediterranean from Gibraltar to Jaffa, Genoa to Tunis,/5().
David Abulafia has been Professor of Mediterranean History at the University of Cambridge since and a Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge since He is the author of many books, including the award-winning The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean.
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It is imbued not only with the landscape, the history, and the culture of the places he visits -- but he also pays homage to the travel writers who preceded h There are a handful of great /5(40).The book departs from the traditional view of Mediterranean history, which placed emphasis on the overwhelming influences of physical geography on the molding of the region's civilizations.
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