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Large mammals become extinct in South America, which was not covered in a continental ice sheet.This is the beginning of the High Middle Ages and height of the Medieval Warm Period.Northern and central Europe, especially the Germanic lands, engage in great age of deforestation, making way for civilization, clearing about a third of the forest in a couple of centuries, and up to 75% deforestation by the end of the medieval era. Christian conquest of Toledo, which introduces European scholars to the ancient Greek writings via Islam.Not many Americans will find this essay an enjoyable read, but that is not its purpose.I am an accountant by profession, not a historian, political scientist, economist, or scientist, and this essay should to be read with that in mind.The first mass conversions to Christianity were apparently a consequence of the epidemic. Germanic peoples invade the Roman Empire’s lands in Europe during the late 400s, including the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Great Britain.
The Eastern Roman Empire lasts nearly continually for the next 1,000 years, with Constantinople (earlier named Byzantium and later Istanbul) as its capital city. 32-year drought begins to afflict the Moche culture in South America.
Squash and pumpkins first domesticated in Mesoamerica. By this time, corn, potatoes, manioc, beans and turkeys are domesticated in the Americas. Today, only about 10% of that forest remains; much has turned to desert.
Migrating farmers from Fertile Crescent settle Indus valley in present day Pakistan. A four hundred year period of chaos and warfare begins to sweep Europe, the Fertile Crescent, and Mediterranean region.
Intensive agricultural exploitation of imperial lands are undertaken to feed the empire.
Places such as today’s Libya are forced to become farms for Rome, with the agricultural practices eventually turning Libya into the desert nation it is today. Much of Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, and surrounding regions are deforested by Rome, eventually turning it into desert.
By the time of Jesus, Etruscan culture was almost completely absorbed into Roman culture.