By Brian Fagan
In 1999, few humans had inspiration to ascertain the results of weather on civilization. Now, due partly to the groundbreaking paintings of archaeologist Brian Fagan, weather switch is a principal factor. Revised and up to date ten years after its first booklet, Floods, Famines and Emperors continues to be the definitive account of ways the world’s best-known weather occasion had an indelible influence on historical past.
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