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Oasis, nœuds de réseaux

Abstract : The Saharan oases have therefore never been completely isolated territories. On the contrary, their situation of physical discontinuity, their insularity, has allowed them a particular connection to other inhabited territories, a measured but obligatory and essential connection: oases were—and are still for the most part—the sporadic nodes of a circulation network for humans and their processions (both biological and cultural), which network stretches from one continent to the next. A definitely connected Sahara: plants, animals, people and their knowledge and practices.
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Vincent Battesti. Oasis, nœuds de réseaux. Caratini, Sophie; Grémont, Charles; Lesourd, Céline; Schinz, Olivier. Sahara, mondes connectés, Gallimard; Musée des arts africains, océaniens, amérindiens, pp.58-61, 2019, 978-2-7424-5914-8. ⟨hal-02187367v2⟩



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