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Geography and history in Boiotia c.550-335BC

  title={Geography and history in Boiotia c.550-335BC},
  author={Samuel D. Gartland},
The thesis discusses the relationship between geography and history in Boiotia between the middle of the sixth century and 335BC. The study is based on the belief that the history of Boiotia is rendered more intelligible when seen through the processes of geographic construction in which its inhabitants were involved. After an introduction that outlines the theoretical basis of the work in postmodern geography, landscape phenomenology, and the Annales School of history, the thesis is… 
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