Place

Place

Scope note:

In Pleiades, places are conceptual entities. They are objects of thought, speech, or writing, not tangible, mappable points on the earth’s surface. Even though they are usually tied closely to some aspect or feature of the physical world — a sea, a bay, a river, a mountain range, a pass, a road, a settlement, or an ethnic region — They have no spatial or temporal attributes of their own. [...] A place can be known only through a name mentioned an ancient source, without any surviving material correlate; conversely, an archaeological site can be understood as a place even if we do not know what it was called in antiquity. [...] Places may be no larger than a family dwelling or as big as an empire, be temporally enduring or fleeting. They may expand, contract and evolve over time. A place may be unnamed, unlocated, falsely attested or even mythical.

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In Pleiades, places are conceptual entities. They are objects of thought, speech, or writing, not tangible, mappable points on the earth’s surface. Even though they are usually tied closely to some aspect or feature of the physical world — a sea, a bay, a river, a mountain range, a pass, a road, a settlement, or an ethnic region — They have no spatial or temporal attributes of their own. [...] A place can be known only through a name mentioned an ancient source, without any surviving material correlate; conversely, an archaeological site can be understood as a place even if we do not know what it was called in antiquity. [...] Places may be no larger than a family dwelling or as big as an empire, be temporally enduring or fleeting. They may expand, contract and evolve over time. A place may be unnamed, unlocated, falsely attested or even mythical. en 0
Les lieux sont des concepts, ce sont des abstractions, des vues de l'esprit, intangibles, même s'ils sont généralement étroitement liés aux entités géographiques du monde réel - une mer, une baie, une rivière, une chaîne de montagnes, un col, une route, une route, une colonie ou une région ethnique. Ils n'ont pas d'attributs spatiaux ou temporels qui leur sont propres. Un lieu peut n'être connu que par un nom mentionné dans une source ancienne, sans qu'il y ait de trace matérielle associée; à l'inverse, un site archéologique peut être considéré comme un lieu même si l'on ne sait pas comment il s'appelait. Les lieux peuvent ne pas être plus grands qu'une maison ou aussi grands qu'un empire, être temporellement durables ou éphémères. Ils peuvent s'étendre, se réduire et évoluer au fil du temps. Un lieu peut être anonyme, non localisé, faussement attesté ou même mythique. fr 0

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Identifier : Place

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Place * en 2020-04-14 0

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Ontologie des lieux qui évoluent au cours du temps ongoing 2020-04-14

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Place hasName has name (name of) Name Nom

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GeoHistoricalPlaces profile 2020-04-14

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