Aalen, F. H A. (1978). Man and the landscape in Ireland.

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Man and the landscape in Ireland
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343
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Monograph
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Traces the evolution of the Irish landscape using evidence from a wide range of disciplines (archaeology, folk studies, geography, demography, palaeobotany etc) and attempts to assess the role of man as an agent of ecological change. There are chapters on the natural habitat, the Mesolithic and Neolithic, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age and Early Christian period, the Middle Ages, the English wars and plantations, and the post-plantation period; finally come chapters on the contemporary rural landscape, rural buildings, and the towns.
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F H A Aalen
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
1978
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Early Medieval (MIDAS)
Bronze Age (MIDAS)
Iron Age (MIDAS)
Mesolithic (MIDAS)
Neolithic (MIDAS)
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Date Of Issue From: 1978
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05 Dec 2008