This item a forest on the sea environmental expertise in renaissance venice by karl appuhn hardcover 5424 only 1 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. A forest on the sea offers a completely novel perspective on how renaissance europeans thought about the natural world it sheds new light on how cultural conceptions about nature influenced political policies for resource conservation and land management in venice. A forest on the sea is a multifaceted study focused on forest management its political economic and social aspects it is an in depth and revealing analysis of the relationship between venetians and the natural world through the resource of wood. Karl appuhn a forest on the sea environmental expertise in renaissance venice baltimore johns hopkins university press 2009 that the island city of venice depended on the sea for trade and asserted thalassocracy through the well built ships in her navy is a commonplace of late medieval and early modern mediterranean history. Read a forest on the sea environmental expertise in renaissance venice review journal of world history on deepdyve the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips
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