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Publicação revisada por pares
Fevereiro 2019
Ásia Central
Chipre
Turquia
Europa
Grécia
Espanha

Shortly after the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) was founded in 1945, the organization had started to support member countries addressing structural problems in agriculture with land fragmentation and small holding and farm sizes through the development of land consolidation instruments (Binns, 1950).

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2018
Chipre

This article contributes to the ongoing debate on the relationship between sanctuaries and the territoriality of the Iron Age polities of Cyprus. The sanctuary site of Agia Irini, at the locality Alonia, is used as a case-study to test hypotheses regarding the connection between extra-urban sacred space and the formation of political and cultural identities.

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2018
Chipre

Settled and Sacred Landscapes of Cyprus (SeSaLaC) is a systematic archaeological survey project of the University of Cyprus in the Xeros River valley in the Larnaka district in Cyprus. This article aims to present a first synthesis of the diachronic settlement pattern in the region.

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2018
Chipre

During the Early Roman period in the Mediterranean (ca. 30 BC–330 AD), the key central places that distinguished socio-political landscapes were towns. These urban centers functioned as economic and administrative focal points that were controlled by local elites who oversaw wealth redistribution and maintained a dialectical relationship with Rome that mutually benefitted both parties.

Publicação revisada por pares
Setembro 2018
Chipre

This paper examines how water shaped people’s interaction with the landscape in Cyprus during the Bronze Age. The theoretical approach is drawn from the new materialisms, effectively a ‘turn to matter’, which emphasises the very materiality of the world and challenges the privileged position of human agents over the rest of the environment.

Publicação revisada por pares
Junho 2018
Chipre

This paper examines the relationship between site location, resource procurement, and political economy in the context of three localised centres of settlement—Vasilia, Vounous, and Lapithos—which succeeded each other in the narrow, naturally bounded north coastal strip of Cyprus during the approximately 750 years of the Early and Middle Bronze Age (ca. 2450–1700 BC).

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2017
Jordânia
Chipre
Grécia
Líbano

The aim of the paper is to examine the variability of eastern Mediterranean landscapes using a common mapping framework relying on Landscape Character Mapping (LCM). LCM was adapted to the region’s specificities placing emphasis on the area’s coastal nature, landform variation, land use, in particular pastoral tradition, and settlement patterns, an important output of this study.

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2017
Chipre
Jordânia
Líbano
Grécia

This study aims at demonstrating and critically assessing high-level landscape stakeholders’ perceptions and understandings of landscape-related issues, threats and problems, in the Eastern Mediterranean, through a purposive comparative research survey of four case studies: Cyprus, Greece, Jordan and Lebanon.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Dezembro 2016
Argélia
Egito
Marrocos
Irã
Líbia
Iraque
Turquia
Jordânia
Síria
Chipre
Tunísia
Sudão
Líbano

Meeting Name: Near East Forestry and Range Commission (NEFRC)
Meeting symbol/code: FO:NEFRC/2015/REP
Session: Sess. 22

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2016
Angola
Benim
Nigéria
Estados Unidos
Gâmbia
Chile
China
Bielorrússia
Gana
Cazaquistão
Costa Rica
Chipre
Geórgia
Vietnam
Tunísia
Índia
Rússia
República da Coreia
Papua-Nova Guiné
África
Américas
Ásia

Forests and trees support sustainable agriculture. They stabilize soils and climate, regulate water flows, give shade and shelter, and provide a habitat for pollinators and the natural predators of agricultural pests. They also contribute to the food security of hundreds of millions of people, for whom they are important sources of food, energy and income.

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