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The Middle East: The Cradle of Civilization Revealed (Ancient…

by Stephen Bourke

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Here is an authoritative, detailed and accessible view of the history and peoples of the ancient Middle East. It is divided into six easily navigable parts arranged chronologically, and then into chapters exploring the history, religion, political and social organisation, art, science and architecture of the peoples of the region. The text is illustrated with detailed maps and photographs, enabling readers to visualize the ancient places and peoples described.… (more)

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