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The crusades against eastern Baltic societies from the end of the twelfth century saw the reorganisation of the conquered territories into new Christian polities, a reconfiguration of land ownership and an intensification in resource exploitation to sustain the new regime and growing urban and...
This paper outlines one component of a multi-disciplinary AHRC project ‘The Sacred Landscapes of Medieval Monasticism’, running between 2019 and 2022 but rooted in existing long-term studies in Ceredigion (Wales) and Lincolnshire (England). It encapsulates several strands of landscape analysis...
Palm trees are today a characteristic feature of tropical tourist landscapes around the world, from the Caribbean to the Maldives. They are also a distinctive element of Mediterranean landscapes. On the Italian Riviera they are frequently found in the grounds of villas and hotels, at railway...
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