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The development of pre-state communities in the ancient Near East

Diane Bolger

The development of pre-state communities in the ancient Near East

studies in honour of Edgar Peltenburg

by Diane Bolger

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Published by Oakville, CT, Oxbow Books in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Diane Bolger and Louise C. Maguire
SeriesThemes from the ancient Near East BANEA publication series -- v. 2, Themes from the ancient Near East BANEA publication series -- v. 2.
ContributionsPeltenburg, E. J., British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS56 .D46 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24410970M
ISBN 109781842174074
LC Control Number2010002852
OCLC/WorldCa491906473

Special Issue (Formation of Tribal Communities: Integrated Research in the Middle Euphrates, Syria), pp. “States of Hegemony: Early Forms of Political Control in Syria during the Third Millennium BC,” in The Development of Pre-State Communities in the ancient Near East: Studies in Honour of Edgar Peltenburg. Edited by Diane.   Archived. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Ancient Near East Ebook Collection. By Lucaciu, Ap in E-book - Kitap.

Wilkinson, Tony. “The Tell: Social Archaeology and Territorial Space.” In Development of Pre-State Communities in the Ancient Near East, edited by Dianne Bolger and Louise C. Maguire, 55– Oxford: Oxbow. Notes “Little Kingdom” is the term used in ancient Southwest Asia. By “Israel” I mean the small state or states (if one. Clarke, Joanne () Contextualising Neolithic Cyprus: Preliminary Investigations into Connections Between Cyprus and the Near East in the Later Neolithic. In: The Development of Pre-State Communities in the Ancient Near East. Studies in Honour of Edgar Peltenburg. Oxbow, Oxford, pp.

  Listen with Audible. Sponsored. Genres. Irkab-Damu (reigned c. BC), was the king of the first Eblaite kingdom, whose era saw Ebla's turning into the dominant power in the Levant.. During his reign, the vizier started to acquire an important role in running the affair of the state and the military. Irkab-Damu's reign is also noted for the wide diplomatic relations between Ebla and the surrounding kingdoms.


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