Atlas Of The Ancient Near East

Author: Trevor Bryce
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317562100
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The "Atlas of the Ancient Near East" provides scholars and students with up-to-date information on the development of the Ancient Near East from the prehistoric period to the end of the Roman Empire, when Constantine the Great transferred ...

The New Library Key

Author: Margaret Gerry Cook
Publisher: H. W. Wilson
ISBN: 9780824205416
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The Cambridge Ancient History, twelve volumes in fourteen, plus five volumes of
illustrative plates, was originally issued between 1902 and 1951. A revised
edition, almost complete, was in print as of 1974. (Volume 2, History of the Middle
East and the Aegean Region, is to be in two parts, of which Part 2 was "in press"
in 1974.) The period covered by the set extends from prehistoric times to the
Roman imperial crisis and recovery, a.d. 143-324. The Cambridge Medieval
History, eight ...

G Listan

Author: sirazli seyh Sadi (sirazi)
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ISBN: 9789753629539
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Paperbound Books In Print

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1 Ancient near East A Greece, Vol. 2 Roman World. Kagan, D. D. Macmillan.
Profits de Conquerants. Carcopino, J. 3.95. Paris Pubns Provinces of the Roman
Empirc-.thc European Provinces. (II). Mommsen, T. Ed. by Broughton, T. R. 3.45.
... Roman History from Coins (II). Grant, M. 1.65. (ISBN 0-521-09549-2, 549).
Cambridge U Pr. Roman Imperial Gvilisation. (II). Mattingly, H. 1.95. (ISBN O-393-
00572-O). Norton. Roman Imperialism in the Late Republic. Badian, E. 2nd ed.
1.50.

Classical Studies

Author: Fred W. Jenkins
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Inc
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(various paging). LC 71-650154. This excellent atlas offers a wide range of color
maps for the study of the ancient world. It begins with a series of maps of
prehistoric Europe. Next are several maps of the world as conceived by ancient
geographers, followed by a series of maps covering the Ancient Near East and
the world of the Old Testament. The classical world then receives full coverage.
There are separate maps for nearly every major period of Greco-Roman
civilization that often ...

Topical Reference Books

Author: Marion Sader
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
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Advisory editor Peter Brown, formerly at Oxford, is Professor of Ancient History
and Mediterranean Archaeology at the University of California, Berkeley. The
publisher, Facts On File, is well known for producing quality reference
publications. This atlas and the Atlas of the Greek World are part of a series of
atlases published by Facts On File. The purpose of this atlas is to give a complete
although general view of the physical and cultural aspects of the Roman world to
a general user.