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Polišenský, Tragic Triangle: The Netherlands, Spain and Bohemia, 1617–1621 (Prague, 1991). 12 The AAAS paper by Atwell appears here as Chapter 9; revised versions of the papers by Reid and Steensgaard appear as Chapters 8 and 10. Eddy, ‘The case of the missing sunspots’, Scientific American (May, 1977), pp. 80–92, and especially the figure on page 88 which calibrates the rise and fall of human civilizations with fluctuations in glacial activity, temperature changes and the sunspot and 14C records in a fascinating way.
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