Different Types of Boundaries
Antecedent Boundary: A boundary that existed before human cultures developed into their current form.
Relict Boundary: A boundary that no longer functions as a boundary but only a reminder of a line that once divided space.
Subsequent Boundary: A boundary that grows to divide space as a result of human interaction.
Superimposed Boundary: A boundary that was forcibly put on a landscape by an outsider.
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