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Cities of the World

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Cities of the World Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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V.1: Africa - V.2: The Western Hemisphere (exclusive of the United States) - V.3: Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East - V.4: Asia, the Pacific, and the Asiatic Middle East.

Cities of the World Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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Cities of the World

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Cities of the World Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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Cities of the World

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Cities of the World

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Cities of the World

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Cities of the World Asia the Pacific and the Asiatic Middle East Cumulative index

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V.1: Africa - V.2: The Western Hemisphere (exclusive of the United States) - V.3: Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East - V.4: Asia, the Pacific, and the Asiatic Middle East.

Cities of the World

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The 5th edition of this useful reference covers more than 507 major cities and 2900 smaller cities around the globe, providing up-to-date details on each city and the 177 countries in which they are located.

Cities of the World Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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Cities of the World Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

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Cities of the Middle East and North Africa

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The first work to offer 5,000 years of authoritative historical coverage of ancient and modern cities in the Middle East and North Africa—from their founding to the present—highlighting each city's cultural, social, political, and economic significance. * Coverage of 100 ancient and modern cities in the Middle East and North Africa * 19 academic contributors from this region as well as from Europe and the United States * Annotated timeline locating cities within their historical and imperial contexts * 44 illustrations including the Venetian fortifications of Nicosia, the ziggurat in Ur, and the Silk Market in Cairo * 8 maps including an overview map of all the cities listed in the book and sub-regional maps to clarify their location

Europe and the Middle East

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Presents information about the physical features, climate, land use, political divisions, religions, languages, population, transportation, plants, animals, and other aspects of Europe and the Middle East.

Lost Cities of Atlantis Ancient Europe the Mediterranean

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Atlantis! The legendary lost continent comes under the close scrutiny of archaeologist David Hatcher Childress. From Ireland to Turkey, Morocco to Eastern Europe, or remote islands of the Mediterranean and Atlantic, Childress takes the reader on an astonishing quest for mankind's past. Ancient technology, cataclysms, megalithic construction, lost civilisations, and devastating wars of the past are all explored in this amazing book. Childress challenges the sceptics and proves that great civilisations not only existed in the past but that the modern world and its problems are reflections of the ancient world of Atlantis.

The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History

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In 2008 for the first time the majority of the planet's inhabitants lived in cities and towns. Becoming globally urban has been one of mankind's greatest collective achievements over time, and raises many questions. How did global city systems evolve and interact in the past? How have historic urban patterns impacted on those of the contemporary world? And what were the key drivers in the roller-coaster of urban change over the millennia - market forces such as trade and industry, rulers and governments, competition and collaboration between cities, or the urban environment and demographic forces? This pioneering comparative work by leading scholars drawn from a range of disciplines offers the first detailed comparative study of urban development from ancient times to the present day. The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History explores not only the main trends in the growth of cities and towns across the world - in Asia and the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and the Americas - and the different types of cities from great metropolitan centres to suburbs, colonial cities, and market towns, but also many of the essential themes in the making and remaking of the urban world: the role of power, economic development, migration, social inequality, environmental challenge and the urban response, religion and representation, cinema, and urban creativity. Split into three parts covering Ancient cities, the medieval and early-modern period, and the modern and contemporary era, it begins with an introduction by the editor identifying the importance and challenges of research on cities in world history, as well as the crucial outlines of urban development since the earliest cities in ancient Mesopotamia to the present.

The Mediterranean

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This book addresses contemporary geographical issues in the Mediterranean Basin from a perspective that recognizes the physical characteristics and cultural interactions which link the different Mediterranean states as a recognisable geographic entity. Sixteen chapters each deal with a major geographical issue currently facing the Mediterranean, each providing an invaluable summary of the extensive but widely dispersed literature relating to Mediterranean issues. Particular emphasis is placed on the interaction between society and environment in terms of environmental management, differential regional development and its associated political, demographic, cultural and economic tensions.

Encyclopedia of Global Change

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Port Cities of the Eastern Mediterranean

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A fascinating history of nineteenth century Eastern Mediterranean port cities, re-examining European influence over the changing lives of their urban populations.