Textbook : Eastern Mediterranean Port Cities, 1st Edition (PDF Download)

A Digital Textbook : Eastern Mediterranean Port Cities, 1st Edition
By Filiz Yeni?ehirlio?lu, Eyüp Özveren, Tülin Selvi Ünlü
ISBN 10: 3319936611 | ISBN 13:9783319936611
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Other ISBNs: 9783319936611, 9783319936628
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1. Introduction
2. The Mediterranean Idea: From the Roman Mare Nostrum to the Book of the Sea by Na?um Slouschz (1948)
3. Mediterranean as a Supra-Regional Interaction Sphere During Late Prehistory: An Overview on Problems and Prospects
4. Settlements in the Hellenistic Period in Cilicia
5. Anthroscapes: A Robust Basis for Mapping Land Quality and Sustainable Land Use Patterns
6. Visible/Invisible: Sanctity, History and Topography in Tarsus
7. Maronites in Mersin Through Its Process of Becoming an Important Port City (the Nineteenth and the Twentieth Century)
8. The Greek-Orthodox Community of Mersin (Mid-Nineteenth Century to 1921)
9. Where Have All the Egyptian Fellahin Gone? Labor in Mersin and Çukurova (Second Half of the Nineteenth Century)
10. Why Did the German Levantine Cotton Company Settle in Cilicia?
11. The Port of Mersin from the Nineteenth Century to the Twentieth Century
12. Entrepreneurial Spirit and Modernization of a Port City: The Case of Mersin
13. Adana-Mersin Railway Station Buildings: A Cross-Section of the Nineteenth Century Ottoman Architecture
14. Changes to Urban Form in Eastern Mediterranean Port Cities: Formation and Transformation of the Çaml?bel Neighborhood in Mersin
15. The Denizens’ Turn