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Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia

Gwendolyn Leick - History - 2009 - 302 pages
The Greek name Mesopotamia means 'land between the rivers.' The Romans used this term for an area that they controlled only briefly (between 115 and 117 A.D.): the land between ...
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Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context: Studies in Honor of Irene J. Winter by ...

Jack Cheng, Marian H. Feldman - Art - 2007 - 521 pages
Through her published works and in the classroom, Irene J. Winter has served as a mentor for the latest generation of scholars of Mesopotamian visual culture. The various ...
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Dictionary of the Ancient Near East

Piotr Bienkowski, Alan Ralph Millard - History - 2000 - 342 pages
An authoritative guide to the whole of the cradle of civilization. A History Book Club selection. "A useful reference book of the highest quality."--Journal of Near Eastern Studies
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Rituals of War: The Body and Violence in Mesopotamia

Zainab Bahrani - Art - 2008 - 276 pages
Rituals of war and images of violence in Mesopotamia ca. 3000-500 BCE examined as"magical technologies of warfare."
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Daily Life in Ancient Mesopotamia

Karen Rhea Nemet-Nejat - History - 1998 - 346 pages
The ancient world of Mesopotamia (from Sumer to the subsequent division into Babylonia and Assyria) vividly comes alive in this portrayal of the time period from 3100 bce to ...
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The Iconography of Cylinder Seals

Paul Taylor - Antiquities - 2006 - 245 pages
Features essays that study various aspects of the iconography of cylinder seals from the Akkadian period to the Neo-Assyrian period, from Mesopotamia to Hittite Anatolia. This ...
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Tracing the Earliest Recorded Concepts of International Law: The Ancient ...

Amnon Altman - Law - 2012 - 254 pages
This book offers a unique survey of legal practices and ideas relating to international relations in the Ancient Near East between 2500 and 330 BC.
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