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Mesopotamian Civilization: The Material Foundations
There is widespread interest in the Ancient Near East and its civilizations, and the volumes in this series are designed to contribute across a broad front to our understanding of ancient history,Expand
The Arabian Gulf in antiquity
Alexander, the Seleucids, and the Arabian Gulf North-Eastern Arabia during the Hellenistic Period Bahrian from the Hellenistic Era to the Sasanian Period the Hellenistic Period on FailakaExpand
The Late Prehistoric, Protohistoric, and Early Historic periods in Eastern Arabia (ca. 5000–1200 B.C.)
This paper presents an overview of cultural developments in eastern Arabia during the Late Prehistoric, Protohistoric, and Early Historic periods (ca. 5000–1200 B.C.) as defined here. Emphasis isExpand
Ancient Magan: The Secrets of Tell Abraq
The Archaeology of Elam: Formation and Transformation of the Ancient Iranian State
1. Elam: what, when, where? 2. Environment, climate, and resources 3. The immediate precursors of Elam 4. Elam and Awan 5. The dynasty of Shimashki 6. The grand regents of Elam and Susa 7. TheExpand
A companion to the archaeology of the ancient Near East
• Features up-to-date surveys and the latest information from major new excavations such as Qatna (Syria), Göbekli Tepe (Turkey) • Includes a diverse range of perspectives by senior, mid-career andExpand
Rethinking some aspects of trade in the Arabian Gulf
Abstract Recent excavations at Tell Abraq in the United Arab Emirates have brought to light material dating to the third, second and first millennium BC which calls into question certain long‐heldExpand
Holocene (Re-)Occupation of Eastern Arabia
Population discontinuities on a micro-scale are familiar phenomena in the archaeological record of many parts of the world, and Western Asia is no exception. Multi-period sites often displayExpand
CAMEL HYBRIDIZATION AND THE ROLE OF CAMELUS BACTRIANUS IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
The evidence of camel hybridization—principally the crossing of Bactrian males and Arabian or dromedary females—is discussed against the backdrop of osteological evidence for the distribution of theExpand
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