Interrelationship of Nature and Dwellings

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Interrelationship of Nature and Dwellings “Built from the Ground” o Cases (cross-cultural)- these three incorporate the underground o Cappadocia Present-day Turkey- 3000 BC 3700 square miles 3-7 th century- refuge for Jews and Christians after being persecuted by the Romans. Meshing of religious and residential places were naturally carved out by wind and also carved by hand in the mountains. In habited by bats- the dung was fertilization and is still an export today. Horticulturist, agriculturist, domestication of animals. They were high up in the mountains and could still see the persecution going on. Notice the door , the land below, the window and the towers - wind and wind-driven sand carved out these rock formations. Be able to pick out the slight signs of human habitation. The inside of the towers are carved out so people can live in them. Arch supports the rock and open up the interior spaces in synagogues. Concatenation
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ANTH 123 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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