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Manuscript Maps as Sources for Cultural History and the History of Climatology Manuskriptkarten als Quellen für die Kultur- und Klimageschichte

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This article, which is part of my doctoral thesis, deals with selected manuscript maps (particularly forensic maps), which can serve among other things as excellent sources for cultural history because they document former vegetation like the erstwhile viticulture in the dukedom of Bavaria or the early-recent glacier advances in the Eastern Alps. Therefore, it intends to contribute to interdisciplinary science in the history of climatology.

Dieser Artikel, der Teil meiner Doktorarbeit ist, behandelt ausgewählte Manuskriptkarten (vor allem Forensische Karten), die unter anderem ausgezeichnete Quellen für die Kulturgeschichte darstellen, weil sie ehemalige Landschaftszustände wie einstigen Weinanbau im Herzogtum Bayern oder frührezente Gletschervorstöße in den Ostalpen dokumentieren. Somit wird beabsichtigt, einen Beitrag zur interdisziplinären Klimageschichte zu leisten.


Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1127/0935-1221/2009/0014

Publication date: July 1, 2009

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