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

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Index of Geographic Names
Aegean 187-188
Afghanistan 177, 326
Africa 34, 57-63, 70, 78, 81, 84, 151, 156, 164, 173, 177, 181, 193, 200, 202, 213-214, 217, 221, 224-225, 236, 259, 269, 342, 353, 362364, 368, 375, 410
Agra 331
Ain Ghazal 86
Akkad 186
Aksum 74l
Alaska 34, 346, 368, 372
Aleppo 247
Alexandria 169
Alkmaar 388
Alpilles 178
Alps 55, 293, 383
Alpujarra 90
Amazon 78, 83
Ambon 342
Amsterdam 388-390, 419n
Amu Darya 78, 87
Anatolia 151, 187
Andalusia 365
Andes 62, 225, 264
Antarctica 150, 407
Apennines 90, 226
Arabia 74, 76, 80
Arabian Sea 203
Aral Sea 368
Argive Plain 89
Argolid Plain 89
Arizona 93-94, 204
Asia 56, 58, 77-78, 81, 96, 98, 152, 155, 180181, 184, 192, 221, 301-304, 313, 321-353, 359, 363-364, 368, 375, 410, 417n, 420n
Asia Minor 187, 263
Assam 322
Assur 199-200
Assyria 199, 360
Athens 361
Atlantic Ocean 53, 81, 363
Attica 157, 402
Australia 31, 37, 123, 271, 302-303, 353, 362, 364, 369, 410
Austria 156
Autun 218
Azov 347
Babylon 85, 281
Baghdad 169
Bali 201, 337
Balikh valley 199
Balkans 150, 152, 173, 213-214
Baltimore 127
Baluchistan 184
Bangladesh 321-322, 420n
Batavia 342
Beaucairois 236
Belgium 217, 224
Belgrade 152
Bengal 322, 324-325, 334-335
Benghazi 234-236
Bering Sea 368
Berry 231
Béziers 157
Bhopal 397
Bhutan 295
Birmingham 358
Black Sea 79, 150, 158, 163, 344, 347
Bodegraven 381
Bologna 169
Borneo 338, 340

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