review Ç A History of the Ancient Near East ca 3000 323 BC

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review Ç A History of the Ancient Near East ca 3000 323 BC ´ If the history of the Near East has always seemed a little daunting and confusing this book by one of the best known writers on the subject should show you the light at the end of the tunnel Beginning c3000 BC with the advent of the first writing system Van De MiItion aim to make the text even accessible and include the very latest research This text deserves a place on the shelves of ancient historians and archaeologists and it will certainly have pride of place in reading lists for courses in Mesopotamian history Norman Yoffee. My low rating is because of me not the book My idea was that while reading classi

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Aces the emergence and development of some of the greatest states and powers stunning cities and major empires including the Babylonian and Hittite kingdoms the Assyrian and Persian Empires and the conuests of Alexander the Great Van De Mieroop's revisions for the 2nd ed. Dry and dull; short on zest;Gives little understandingThis boilerplate is its own

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A History of the Ancient Near East ca 3000 323 BCIf the history of the Near East has always seemed a little daunting and confusing this book by one of the best known writers on the subject should show you the light at the end of the tunnel Beginning c3000 BC with the advent of the first writing system Van De Mieroop tr. Although written as a textbook Marc Van De Mieroop’s history of the ancient nea