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I have pointed the link on "Romans" (town in France) to Romans, Deux-Sèvres. If anyone believes this to be incorrect please revise the link. ("Romans" as such is a disambiguation page, not an article.) Thanks. --Disambiguation link repair - You can help! --Iggle 08:35, 13 June 2006 (UTC)
Just to add an English translation to the bibliography. "Le Climat depuis l'an Mil" exists in an English translation: Le Roy Ladurie, E., Times of Feast, Times of Famine: A History of Climate since the Year 1000, trans. Barbara Bray (London, 1972).
This article and the bibliography seems to be very similar to the section on Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie in Marnie Hughes-Warrington's Fifty Key Thinkers in History. Perhaps a reference is needed if that is true? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ekkr (talk • contribs) 23:39, 26 March 2008 (UTC)