This text provides an analysis of the rise of agriculture a its handmaid - civilization itself. From the Near East a Egypt to China, the Americas a medieval a modern Europe, it traces the rise of agriculture a examines the tapestry of the social a economic structures it nurtured a attempts to show how this wealth is endangered.See also iron tools; stone tools: specific tools Torello the Venetian, 318 totalitarian regimes, 373 tractors, 392. ... and trade; international trade; merchants training systems, 397-98 Trajan, 254 transhumance, 225, 234, 284 transpiration, 54, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A history of world agriculture|
|Author||:||Marcel Mazoyer, Laurence Roudart|
|Publisher||:||Earthscan - 2006-01-01|