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For the first time a man could organize his geography and the things in it.
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He could keep things in and deep things out. He could contain his livestock defend himself with barriers and define his territory. Fences evolved from a simple enclosure for domesticated animals in B.
In addition to being a mere physical boundary a fence carries a genuine and deep psychological significance. Standing as a crude wooden sculpture between fields or as an elaborate wrought iron entrance to a chateau it symbolizes the basic way we handle the vastness of life. It fulfills our ancient human need to create manageable units out of chaos. This site tracks visits anonymously using cookies.