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A History of the Ancient Near East, ca. 3000-323 BC by Marc Van De Mieroop PDF

By Marc Van De Mieroop

ISBN-10: 111871816X

ISBN-13: 9781118718162

Incorporating the most recent scholarly examine, the 3rd variation of A background of the traditional close to East ca. 3000–323 BC provides a accomplished assessment of the multicultural civilizations of the traditional close to East.

  • Integrates the main updated learn, and features a richer number of supplementary materials
  • Addresses the wide range of political, social, and cultural advancements within the historical close to East
  • Updated positive factors contain new “Key Debate” bins on the finish of every bankruptcy to interact scholars with a variety of views on a number serious concerns; a accomplished timeline of occasions; and forty six new illustrations, together with 12 colour photos
  • Features a brand new bankruptcy addressing governance and continuity within the zone in the course of the Persian Empire
  • Offers in-depth, available discussions of key texts and resources, together with the Bible and the Epic of Gilgamesh

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