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484, 103 Jeslls Garcia Fernandez, Aspectos del paisaje agrariJ de Castilla la Vieja, Valladolid, 1963, p. 12. 104 Matteo Bandcllo, Novel/e, VII, p. 200-201. Spolctans often served as soldiers, particularly in foreign armies, L. von Pastor, op. , XVI, p. 267. On their cunning, see M. , I. p. 418. '46 Tlte Role 0/ tlte Environment The people of the Bergamo Alps lOS - in Milan commonly known as the people of the Contado - are equally familiar in sixteenth-century Italy. They were everywhere. They worked as dockers in the ports, at Genoa and elsewhere.
Franz Spunda in Werner Benndorf, Das Mittelmeerbuch. 1940, p. 209-210. 71 A. Philippson, 'Umbrien und Etrurien', in Geogr. Zeitung, 1933, p. 452. 71 Further examples: Napoleon was unable to control the mountains round Genoa, a refuge for deserters, in spite of the searches organized (Jean Borel, Genes sous Napoleon Ier, 2nd ed. 1929, p. 103). In about 1828, the Turkish police were powerless to prevent outbreaks of brigandage by the peoples of Mt. Ararat (Comte de Sercey, op. , p. 95); they seem to be equally unsuccessful today in protecting the mountain's forest wealth from the ravages of the flocks (Hermann Wenzel, 'Agrargeographische Wandlungen in der Turkei', in Geogr.