5 edition of The Mediterranean valleys found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 122-131.
|LC Classifications||GB568.68.M4 V5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 140 p.|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||69010341|
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Geography. The Mediterranean was once a deep, dry valley, some five million years ago, dividing the three continents, Europe, Africa and Asia, until a cataclysmic broach was made in the retaining wall, which kept out the Atlantic Ocean in the West, towards present-day Gibraltar. The Mediterranean Ocean had its deserts, bare expanses far from land where ships rarely ventured. The coastal plains were decisive for the economy of the Mediterranean .
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[Claudio Vita-Finzi]. This valley or gorge is probably the work of the inflowing waters of the ocean at the termination of the period of interior drainage. This refilling of the Mediterranean, which by the rough chronology we are employing in this book may have happened somewhen betw B.C., must have been one of the greatest single events in the pre-history our race.
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