Early man; prehistory and the civilizations of the ancient Near East

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Oxford University Press, 1973 - History - 206 pages
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Traces the development of man from the earliest food-gatherers through the origins of civilization to the consolidation of the Persian Empire

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A decent if basic overview of early man from the Paleolithic through early Rome. Useful for providing a rough outline of several early Levantine societies. Also includes many sumptuous photographs ... Read full review


The Earliest FoodGatherers
The Later FoodGatherers
The FoodRaisers

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About the Author:
Chester G. Starr is Bentley Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Michigan. The founding president of the Association of Ancient Historians, he is the author of the highly acclaimed A History of the Ancient World and over a dozen other books on the classical world.

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