2 edition of introduction to the anthropology of the Near East in ancient and recent times found in the catalog.
introduction to the anthropology of the Near East in ancient and recent times
Cornelius Ubbo AriГ«ns-Kappers
|Statement||with a chapter on Near Eastern bloodgroups, by Leland W. Parr.|
|Contributions||Parr, Leland Wilbur, 1892-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 200 p. illus., diag., table.|
|Number of Pages||200|
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An Introduction to the Anthropology of the Near East in Ancient and Recent Times; with a Chapter on Near Eastern Bloodgroups By Leland w Parr Hardcover – January 1, by C. Ariens Kappers Author: C. Ariens Kappers. An Introduction to the Anthropology of the Near East in Ancient and Recent Times; with a Chapter on Near Eastern Bloodgroups By Leland w Parr Kappers, C.
Ariens Published by Amsterdam (). An Introduction to the Anthropology of the Near East in Ancient and Recent Times. By C. Ariëns Kappers. With a Chapter on Near Eastern Bloodgroups, by Author: Arthur Keith.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ariëns Kappers, C.U. (Cornelius Ubbo), Introduction to the anthropology of the Near East in ancient and recent times. Get this from a library.
An introduction to the anthropology of the Near East in ancient and recent times. [Cornelius Ubbo Ariens Kappers; Leland W Parr]. Get this from a library. An introduction to the anthropology of the Near East in ancient and recent times.
[C U Ariëns Kappers; Leland Wilbur Parr]. Von Soden's work is an excellent introduction to the Ancient Near East, comprehensive in its coverage of a wide range of topics, time periods, and geographic settings. A feminist historiography you will not find, as women's daily lives and roles in society are not a focal by: The material has been divided into five main sections: Man before Civilization ~ The Origins and Early History of Civilization in the Ancient Near East ~ The Greeks ~ The Mediterranean World in the Hellenistic Age and the Roman Republic ~ The Roman Empire/5(10).
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Beginning with the emergence of writing around BC, the narrative ranges from the origins of the first cities in Mesopotamia, through the growth of the Babylonian and Hittite kingdoms, to the Assyrian and Persian /5(33). S Current Anthropology Vol Supplement 4, October possible to directly and precisely date the remains of domestic plants and animals, greatly enhancing the temporal control of our understanding of this transition.
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