Balkan Worlds: The First and Last Europe
M.E. Sharpe, 1 jan. 1994 - 433 sidor
Encompassing the period from the Neolithic era to the troubled present, this book studies the peoples, societies and cultures of the area situated between the Adriatic Sea in the west and the Black Sea in the east, between the Alpine region and Danube basin in the north and the Aegean Sea in the south. This is not a conventional history of the Balkans. Drawing upon archaeology, anthropology, economics, psychology and linguistics as well as history, the author has attempted a "total history" that integrates as many as possible of the avenues and categories of the Balkan experience.
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Adriatic Aegean agriculture Albanians areas Austria Balkan Belgrade Black Sea Bosnia Bosnia and Hercegovina Braudel Bulgaria Byzantine Byzantium capital carts Catholic century B.C. cereal Christian cities civil command economy Constantinople countries Croatia Croats culture Danube decline density diffusion district east eastern economic eighteenth century especially ethnic Europe European exports French Frontier German Grece Greece Greek grew growth Habsburg hand History Hungary industry Islam Istanbul klephts Kosovo labor land language later Macedonia medieval Mediterranean merchant million Moldavia Montenegro Morava mountain Muslim Neolithic nineteenth century Obradovid Orthodox Ottoman Empire peasants percent political population production provinces regions revolution roads Roman Romania routes rural Russian Sava Serbian Serbs sixteenth century slaves Slavic social society South Slavs Soviet Stoianovich territories Thessaly tion tons towns trade transhumance Transylvania Turkey Turkish Turks Turquie urban Valachia village Vlachs Wallachia western world-economy Yugoslav Yugoslavia zone