WHEN SUGAR CANES GROW IN THE SNOWS: CIRCASSIANS AND OTHER NORTH CAUCASIANS AT WAR, C. 1500-1722

The People of the North Caucasus at War

The steep mountains of the Caucasus range always served as a barrier between the steppes of the north and the more fertile, agricultural areas to the south. Although jagged and bare, and with few real passes from north to south, many narrow and forested, fertile valleys cut through the mountains. There were also major forests and plains in the foothills to the north and south of the mountain range. ..

 

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