Mappae Mundi: Humans and Their Habitats in a Long-Term Socio-Ecological Perspective : Myths, Maps and Models

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Index of Names
Agrawal, D.P. 83
Akbar 330, 332
Alexander, Paul 342
Alexander the Great 85
Al Idrisi 127
Allen, P.M. 129
Annaud, Jean-Jacques 32
Archimedes 254
Aristotle 89, 421n
Ashby 418n
Atlan, H. 242
Augustus 249
Aurangzeb 332
Aurobindo, Shri 134
Bailey, D. 152
Barker, Graeme 227, 235
Baudelaire, Charles 134
Bell-Fialkoff, A. 83
Ben Hur 209
Berger, J.F. 253
Berglund, B.E. 90
Blanton, R. 275, 299
Boersema, Jan 13
Bol, Pieter 13
Boserup, Ester 102, 140-141, 172, 276
Bossel, H. 123
Boulding, Kenneth 281
Braudel, Fernand 76
Budiansky, S. 395
Buffon 18
Bulbeck, David 338
Burger, Hugo 13
Byron, Lord 204
Caesar, C. Julius 213-214, 217-218, 234, 249
Carson, Rachel 413
Cavalli-Sforza, Luigi Luca 180
Caviedes, C.N. 82
Chakrabarti, D.K. 186
Cherry, J.F. 257, 418n
Chevalier, Jean 75
Chief Seattle 367
Christensen, P. 85
Christian, David 13
Clagett, M. 254
Collins, Randall 41
Columbus 418n
Columella 236
Connah, G. 74
Coppens, Yves 23
Crutzen, Paul 121
Daly, H. 134
Darwin, Charles 18
Dasgupta, M. 420n
Davies, N. 88
Dean, J.G. 129
Dean, Warren 368
Diamond, Jared 74, 99, 112, 262
Dijksterhuis, E.J. 17
Diocletian 249-250, 253
Douglas, Mary 420n
Dowdle, J.E. 218-222
Dupuy, F. 101
Durkheim, Emile 289
Elias, Norbert 19, 28, 103
Eliot, T.S. 111, 204
Elster, John 254
Elvin, Mark 196-197
Ende, Michael 123

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