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The Black Sea Encyclopedia

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The Black Sea Encyclopedia

Reference Reviews , Volume 30 (6): 2 – Aug 15, 2016

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overview and there is a separate and fairly substantial entry for Florence Nightingale Area studies complete with a portrait photograph, and another for Roger Fenton, an early photographer who made his name during the Crimean War. FThere is, throughout, a judicious mix of RR 2016/206 longer articles on major topics, especially detailed overviews of states and regions and Sergei R. Grinevetsky and others shorter more direct entries, especially for Springer people and many places. This generally works well, although sometimes some delving and Heidelberg cross-referencing is needed – there is no entry for the Roman poet Ovid who was exiled to vi  889 pp. Pontus on the Black Sea, but an entry for the ISBN 978 3 642 55226 7 (print); city of Ovidipol tells us that the name resulted ISBN 978 3 642 55227 4 (e-book) from a mistaken belief that the poet was £153 $229 (print); £122 $179 (e-book) buried there and refers the reader to the entry for Constanta in Romania, on the south-west Keywords Asia, Encyclopedias, Europe, Seas, Black Sea coast of the Black Sea, where his exile is Review DOI 10.1108/RR-04-2016-0108 referred to and a statue of him stands in Astride the borders

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Published: Aug 15, 2016

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