The Middle East: a history, Volume 1
Praised for its straightforward and accessible style, this text provides a general introduction to the chief elements in Middle Eastern History, thereby allowing individuals to proceed into more specialized topics and themes with a firm understanding of information and analysis.
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PreIslamic Politics and Society in the Middle East
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