Archaeological History Of The Ancient Middle East: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Archaeological History Of The Ancient Middle East

1st Edition

By Jack Finegan


480 pages

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Hardback: 9780367017545
pub: 2019-04-18

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 The purpose of this book is to give a connected account of what happened in the ancient Middle East, primarily on the basis of the records and monuments that have been recovered through the work of modem archaeology. The Middle East is defined as extending from the western border of Egypt (20° E) to the eastern border of Iran (60° E), and the anci

Table of Contents

Preface -- Mesopotamia and Related Areas -- Prehistoric (10,000–3500) and Protohistoric (3500–2900) Periods -- Early Dynastic Period (2900–2371) -- Old Akkadian (2371–2230) and Post-Akkadian (2230–2112) Periods -- New Sumerian Period (2112–2004) -- Old Babylonian Period (2004–1595) -- Middle Babylonian Period (1595–626) -- Hittites -- Assyrians -- New Babylonian Period (626–539) -- Persian Period (539–330) -- Egypt and Related Areas -- Prehistoric (10,000–45000) and Predynastic (4500–3100) Periods -- Early Dynastic Period, First and Second Dynasties (3100–2686) -- Old Kingdom, Third to Sixth Dynasties (2686–2181) -- First Intermediate Period, Seventh to Tenth Dynasties (2181–2040) -- Middle Kingdom, Eleventh and Twelfth Dynasties (2133–1786) -- Second Intermediate Period, Thirteenth to Seventeenth Dynasties (1786–1552) -- New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty (1552–1306) -- New Kingdom, Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasties (1306–1070) -- Third Intermediate Period, Twenty-First to Twenty-Fourth Dynasties (1069–715) -- Late Dynastic Period, Twenty-Fifth to Thirty-First Dynasties (716–332)

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Middle Eastern