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Mesopotamia and the Near East: From 10,000…

Mesopotamia and the Near East: From 10,000 BC to 539 BC (Looking Back)

by John Malam

Series: Looking Back

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0237518856, Hardcover)

Focusing on the civilizations of Mesopotamia and the Far East, this book explains how and why the first writing developed; where were the world's earliest cities built; what were the fabled Hanging Gardens of Babylon and who invented the signs of the zodiac.

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Describes ancient Mesopotamia, now located in present-day Iraq, and traces its history, technological innovations, people, and culture from 10,000 to 539 B.C.

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