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The Transmission of Courtly Lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

@inproceedings{Walsh2016TheTO,
  title={The Transmission of Courtly Lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean},
  author={Crosbie Walsh},
  year={2016}
}
This thesis offers and applies a new theoretical and methodological framework for understanding the diplomatic relationships between the ancient court societies in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean (Egypt, Upper Nubia, Levant, Anatolia, and the Aegean) with particular focus on the Middle Bronze Age covering first half of the 2nd millennium BC. Previous scholarship on diplomacy has largely concentrated on the philological analyses of Late Bronze Age diplomatic texts and the artistic styles of… 
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