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  • Czech Republic ; Fourteenth Century ; Geographic school ; History of geography ; Physical geography ; Prague ; Twenty-first century
  • The article presents the chronological development of the discipline of science physical geography at Prague University from its modest beginnings at the end of the 14th century to present days. - (EN)
  • Landed estates of the Knights Templar in England and Wales and their management in the early fourteenth century
  • Agricultural production ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Landed property ; Management ; Middle Ages ; United Kingdom
  • Biobibliography ; Biography ; Canada ; Fourteenth Century ; Geographical thought ; Germany ; History of geography ; Morocco ; Nineteenth Century ; Poland ; Twentieth Century ; United States ; World
  • Biobibliography ; Fourteenth Century ; History of geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Sixteenth Century ; World
  • A lichenometric survey in the Baksan River Basin found that the cessation of mudflow activity in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries coincided with a prolonged cold period. Mudflow activity has increased in the present century possibly due
  • Albania ; Archaeology ; Channel geometry ; Coastal environment ; Coastal geomorphology ; Delta ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Meander ; Neotectonics ; Palaeogeomorphology ; Remote sensing ; SPOT ; Seventh
  • Century ; Twentieth Century
  • a comprehensive dynamic geomorphological account of the development of the deltas since the 7th century BC. From the end of the 16th century, an acceleration of the processes of changes in the river courses and progression of the deltas can be detected, affecting
  • Discoveries ; Exploration ; Fourteenth Century ; History of cartography ; Italy ; Middle Ages ; Old map
  • England ; Fifteenth Century ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Middle Age ; Navigation ; River transport ; Sixteenth Century ; Thirteenth Century ; Transport ; United Kingdom ; Water-mill
  • Africa ; America ; Asia ; Exploration ; Fifteenth Century ; Fourteenth Century ; History of geography ; Mentality ; Middle Age ; Perception ; Sixteenth Century ; Thirteenth Century ; Traveller's tale ; Way of life
  • Cartographic display ; Fourteenth Century ; History of cartography ; Hungary ; Old map ; Place names ; Portolan ; Thematic map
  • From the beginning of the 14th century to the late 18th century, portolan charts were used in navigation. The charts of Angelino Dalorto (Dulcert), as they were prepared in 1325/1330 and 1339, are among the earliest known pieces of the kind
  • . They give a relatively detailed representation, among others, of the Hungarian Kingdom of the period. They recorded dozens of geographical names of the Carpathian Basin, so these two charts provide an original, 14th century representation of Hungary
  • Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Middle Age ; Power ; Society ; Territory ; Thirteenth Century ; Twelfth Century ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • Fifteenth Century ; Fourteenth Century ; Middle Age ; Romania ; Sixteenth Century ; Town ; Transylvania ; Urban history ; Urban network ; Urbanization
  • Catastrophe ; Flood ; Fourteenth Century ; France ; Historical geography ; Human impact ; Inundation ; Languedoc-Roussillon ; Nineteenth Century ; Seasonal variation ; Spatial distribution ; Twentieth Century ; Weather type
  • Fourteenth Century ; Hungary ; Land use ; Landscape ; Natural resources ; Twentieth Century
  • Fifteenth Century ; Fourteenth Century ; Greenland ; History of cartography ; Middle Ages ; Northern Europe ; Old map
  • Atlas ; Cartography ; Conflict ; Discoveries ; Fourteenth Century ; Frontier ; Political geography ; Power ; Spain ; Twenty-first century
  • Climate ; Climate optimum ; Climate reconstruction ; Climatic variation ; Drought ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical climate ; Middle Ages ; Temperate zone ; Temperature ; Tenth Century ; World
  • Consumption ; Daily life ; Economic activity ; England ; Europe ; Flanders ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Middle Age ; Northern France ; Northwestern Europe ; Profession ; Source of documentation ; Thirteenth Century ; Way of life
  • Biological indicator ; Caucasus ; Dating ; European part of Russia ; Fourteenth Century ; Lichenometry ; Moraine ; Mudflow ; Slope deposit ; Twentieth Century ; Valley
  • Climate reconstruction ; Fourteenth Century ; Historical geography ; Holocene ; Mediterranean climate ; Nineteenth Century ; Slovenia ; Storm
  • of this these phenomena. Outstanding are the 17th and the 18th centuries, especially their fist halves whose weather conditions rank among the most unfavourable in the last millennium. In addition to severe winters with damages done by frosts, dry or too wet summers, 12
  • violent storms in the 17th century and 16 in the 18th century caused great damage and considerably aggravated the conditions of living. The occurence of storms in the fist halves of the 17th and the 18th centuries was equal to that at the end of the 20th
  • century, when frequenter occurence of such weather extremes is mainly believed to be caused by the general warming of the atmosphere. - (IKR)