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Place Names of the World - Europe

Historical Context, Meanings and Changes

  • Authors
  • John Everett-Heath

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. John Everett-Heath
    Pages 1-4
  3. John Everett-Heath
    Pages 5-11
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    Pages 13-18
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    Pages 19-24
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    Pages 25-31
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    Pages 33-41
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    Pages 43-50
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    Pages 51-55
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    Pages 57-66
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    Pages 67-75
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    Pages 77-81
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  40. Back Matter
    Pages 379-413

About this book

Introduction

Place names are a window into the history and characteristics of a country. Their names reflect the migrations of peoples, their religious and cultural traditions, local languages, conquests and fortifications long since disappeared. They also reflect the topography and industrial development of a place. The text is ordered by country alphabetically. The book will include a historical section, putting the place name into context, and references those events, which have had an impact on the geography of a country, and those foreign influences, which have played a part in shaping the place name. This volume is confined to the 38 countries of Europe, together with Andorra, Gibraltar, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, Cyprus and the Vatican City. All place names of cities and towns of particular importance and interest are included. Detailed maps accompany the text to illustrate change and evolution.

Keywords

development Europe evolution history migration traditions

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