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|Title:||Warfare and Ecological Destruction in Early Fourteenth-century British Isles|
|Citation:||Slavin P (2014) Warfare and Ecological Destruction in Early Fourteenth-century British Isles. Environmental History, 19 (3), pp. 528-550. https://doi.org/10.1093/envhis/emu033.|
|Abstract:||The environmental, economic, and demographic consequences of Anglo-Scottish warfare in the early fourteenth century were far reaching. This article looks at the extent of environmental damage brought about by the ongoing warfare, primarily between England and Scotland from 1296 to 1328. The conflict coincided with a series of ecological and biological crises, most notably the Great European Famine of 1315–17 and the Great Bovine Pestilence of 1319–20. As I argue, the armed conflict aggravated the crisis further and caused immense damage within the war zones of the British Isles.|
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