Trends in third century palestinian agriculture

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)227-255
Number of pages29
JournalJournal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
Volume15
Issue number1-3
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StatePublished - 1972

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*) This article is intended as part 6 of the series Studies in the Social History of Roman Palestine. See Latomus xxviii?i ( 1 9 6 9)p p, . i8G-8; L'Antiquite Classique 1 9 6 9p ,p . 1 64-8 ; ZDMG I20/2 pp. z57-G3; and Bar-Ilan Annual 1972 pp. 240-6 (Hebrew) (= RIDA 1972 English),JESHO XIV, 1971, pp. This research was supported (in part) by the University. i) See the article of Ellsworth Huntington, 'Climatic Change and Agricultural Exhaustion as Elements in the Fall of Rome', Quarterly Journal of Economic-f 3 1, for an extreme stand on the influence of climate on human history.

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*) This article is intended as part 6 of the series Studies in the Social History of Roman Palestine. See Latomus xxviii?i ( 1 9 6 9)p p, . i8G-8; L'Antiquite Classique 1 9 6 9p ,p . 1 64-8 ; ZDMG I20/2 pp. z57-G3; and Bar-Ilan Annual 1972 pp. 240-6 (Hebrew) (= RIDA 1972 English),JESHO XIV, 1971, pp. This research was supported (in part) by the University. i) See the article of Ellsworth Huntington, 'Climatic Change and Agricultural Exhaustion as Elements in the Fall of Rome', Quarterly Journal of Economic-f 3 1, for an extreme stand on the influence of climate on human history.

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