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The detailed history of our planet told in 300 maps

2022-09-30T05:25:10.285Z

EXCLUSIVE - The geohistorian Christian Grataloup details exclusively for Le Figaro Magazine the genesis and the objective of this encyclopedic project.



Never two without three.

After

The World Historical Atlas

and

The Historical Atlas of France,

which met with immense success in bookstores, Christian Grataloup is publishing next week a

Historical Atlas of the Earth

(Les Arènes) which looks like a future classic.

At the head of some twenty specialists and relying on exceptional cartography and computer graphics, the geohistorian aims, with this work to put in all hands, including and especially those of the youngest, to tell 4 .5 billion years of the history of our planet by covering all disciplines, all sciences: topography, demography, climatology, economics, botany, politics, zoology, anthropology and many more heard history and geography.

Encyclopedic bet… and successful.

From the formation of the earth's core to the means that man uses to protect the environment in the 21st century, the major issues are mentioned, detailed, scrutinized...

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Source: lefigaro

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