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date: 20 March 2019

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 4.1 Comparative plans at two different scales of a number of African urban and proto-urban sites, with settlement areas shaded. The largest enceintes at Ife, Kano, and Ibadan are of post-Islamic date, but are included for comparison with the extended settlement complexes around Dia and Jenné-jeno 67

  2. 4.2 Comparative plans of Garamantian towns and fortified villages 74

  3. 5.1 Plans of Indus cities and smaller centres showing evidence for semi-orthogonal blocks and discrete walled areas at settlements of different sizes 84

  4. 5.2 Indus Valley. Comparison of plan of Mohenjo-daro and plans of Early Historic cities and smaller centres showing the variable size of fortified areas 85

  5. 6.1 China: Walled settlements 108

  6. 6.2 China: Walled city plans 119

  7. 7.1 The social structure of an early city: ‘stratified, horizontally segregated layers of military, administrative, clerical and sometimes commercial ruling classes’ positioned above ‘laterally insulated communities of agricultural producers’ 133

  8. 7.2 A simplified model of the economy of an early city 135

  9. 7.3 Leptiminus in the 2nd and 3rd centuries ce, showing urban core surrounded by ‘productive periphery’ 139

  10. 12.1 Map of medieval Trier, late antiquity to 13th century 224

  11. 12.2 Map of Arras in the 12th century 226

  12. 20.1 Salvador, based on a watercolour plan by João Teixeira Albernaz, c.1616 369

  13. 20.2 Central Mexico City: the colonial street plan with the locations of major pre-colonial buildings 370

  14. 21.1 Model of economic and political systems in the pre-modern era 387

  15. 26.1 São Paulo: Urban growth beyond the municipality 500

  16. (p. xii) 28.1 The Pearl River Estuary (redrawn from a map by Xiangming Chen) 532

  17. 31.1 South East Asia: an open system with connections to South Asia, North East Asia, and Australia 583

  18. 31.2 South East Asia: an emerging urban region 586

  19. 31.3 Direct daily international airline flights involving South East Asia (including Hong Kong) and Australian airports 596

  20. 35.1 A global-historical typology of rural–urban migration settlement patterns 665

  21. 35.2 Urbanization in Africa in 2001 677

  22. 41.1 The Shanghai metropolitan region including several new towns, satellite cities, and transportation infrastructure 777

  23. 41.2 Two European ‘bananas’ which denote two cross-national urban regions 780

  24. 41.3 The Hartford region, US showcasing multiple borders of service delivery and ‘messy governance’ 782

  25. 42.1 Typology of suburbs from the 18th century to the present 793