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Atlas of the ancient Near East : from prehistoric times to the Roman imperial period

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Atlas of the ancient Near East : from prehistoric times to the Roman imperial period / by Trevor Bryce ; with an introductory section on the prehistoric Near East by Jessie Birkett-Rees
Bryce, Trevor[1940-]   Birkett-Rees, Jessie   
발행사항
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
형태사항
xvii, 318 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 26 cm
주기사항
Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-296) and index
표준번호/부호
ISBN 9780415508001 (hbk)
ISBN 0415508002 (hbk)
ISBN 9780415508018 (pbk)
ISBN 0415508010 (pbk)
ISBN 9781315734811 (ebk)
ISBN 1315734818 (ebk)
분류기호
듀이십진분류법-> 939.4   [911.56]
주제명
Middle East -- Civilization -- To 622 -- Maps    Middle East -- Historical geography -- Maps
내용유형
text
매체유형
unmediated
수록매체유형
volume

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by Trevor Bryce ;with an introductory section on the prehistoric Near East by Jessie Birkett-Rees 2016 9780415508001 (hbk) W939.4-17-3 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
List of figures = xiii
Acknowledgements = xv
List of abbreviations = xvi
Introduction
  Map : The Near East in its modern context = 1
PART Ⅰ The prehistoric Near East = 7
  1 The geography and geology of the ancient Near East = 9
    Maps : The physical geography of the Near East = 10
    Tectonic plate boundaries = 11
    Forest zones = 12
    The Fertile Crescent = 13
  2 Foragers and farmers : early agricultural communities = 16
    Maps : Locations of the independent development of agricultural communities worldwide = 18
    Sites excavated in the `hilly flanks' of the Fertile Crescent = 19
  3 The prehistory of the Near East : key sites = 21
    Maps : Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene sites = 22
    Neolithic sites in the Near East = 24
    Site-plans : Abu Hureyra = 25
    Cayonu = 28
    Catalhoyuk = 31
    Maps : Neolithic and Chalcolithic sites in Mesopotamia = 33
    Sites of the Halaf and Early Ubaid periods = 37
PART Ⅱ Background to the historical era = 39
  4 The homelands of the major Near Eastern kingdoms = 41
    Maps : Core regions of the Near Eastern kingdoms = 42
    Mesopotamia and surrounding territories (NASA satellite image) = 44
    Modern Syria and its neighbours = 45
  5 Writing systems = 47
  6 A sample of sites where important inscriptions have been found = 53
    Map : Sites of important inscriptions = 54
  7 Trade and mineral resources = 58
    Maps : Trade routes linking Mesopotamia with its neighbours in the Early Bronze Age = 59
    Mineral sources in the ancient Near East = 60
PART Ⅲ The Early Bronze Age (continuing into the Middle Bronze Age) = 63
  8 The Sumerians = 65
    Map : Sumer and Akkad = 66
    Site-profile : Nippur = 67
    Site-plan : Nippur = 67
  9 Uruk (Warka, biblical Erech) = 68
    Map : Uruk in context = 69
    Site-plan : Uruk = 69
  10 Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt = 71
    Maps : Egypt during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods = 71
    Egypt today (NASA satellite image) = 72
  11 The Akkadian empire = 73
    Map : The Akkadian empire in Naram Sin's reign (c. 2254--2218) = 74
  12 Ur and the Ur Ⅲ empire = 75
    Map : The Ur Ⅲ empire = 76
  13 The Early and Middle Bronze Age kingdoms of western Iran = 78
    Maps : Mesopotamia and western Iran in the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC = 79
    Trade routes linking Akkad with the Persian Gulf and Meluhha = 79
  14 The Amorites = 81
    Map : Northern Syria and northern Mesopotamia in the Early and Middle Bronze Ages = 82
    Site-profile : Ebla = 83
    Site-plan : Ebla = 83
PART Ⅳ The Middle Bronze Age (continuing into the Late Bronze Age) = 85
  15 The Isin and Larsa dynasties = 87
    Maps : The kingdoms of Isin and Larsa (c. 1950) = 88
    The kingdoms of Babylon and Larsa (c. 1790) = 88
  16 The Old Assyrian kingdom = 89
    Map : The Kingdom of Upper Mesopotamia in Samsi-Addu's reign (c. 1796--1775) = 90
  17 The Assyrian merchant colonies = 92
    Map : Trade routes during the Assyrian colony period = 93
  18 The Diyala region = 94
    Maps : Main centres of the Diyala region = 95
  19 The Habur (Khabur) river region = 96
    Map : The Habur region and its environs = 97
  20 The Old Babylonian kingdom = 100
    Map : The kingdom of Hammurabi (c. 1792--1750) = 101
  21 Mari = 103
    Site-plan : The palace of Mari = 103
    Map : Northern Mesopotamia during Zimri-Lim's reign (c. 1774--1762) = 104
  22 The cities and kingdoms of Syria in the Middle and Late Bronze Ages = 106
    Map : Syria, south-eastern Anatolia, and north-western Mesopotamia in the 2nd millennium BC = 107
    Site-profile : Ugarit = 110
    Site-plan : Ugarit = 110
PART Ⅴ The Late Bronze Age (continuing into the Iron Age) = 111
  23 The major Late Bronze Age kingdoms = 113
    Map : Late Bronze Age Anatolia, northern Syria, and northern Mesopotamia (mid 14th cent.) = 114
  24 The Hittites = 115
    Maps : The Hittite homeland = 115
    The Hittite empire (late 14th-13th cent.) = 116
    Site-plan : Hattusa = 118
  25 Arzawa and the Luwians = 121
    Map : The Arzawa lands = 121
  26 The Hurrians and Mitanni (Mittani) = 123
    Map : The Mitannian empire and its contemporaries (15th cent.) = 123
  27 The adventures of Idrimi = 125
    Map : Idrimi's quest = 125
  28 The Middle Assyrian empire = 127
    Map : Vie Middle Assyrian empire (c. 1365--1076) = 128
  29 Kassite Babylonia = 129
    Maps : Babylonia under Kassite ride = 130
    Kassite Babylonia and the contemporary `Great Kingdoms' = 130
  30 Middle and New Kingdom Egypt = 131
    Maps : New Kingdom Egypt = 132
    Ahmose's expulsion of the Hyksos = 133
  31 The Canaanites = 134
    Map : Canaan = 135
  32 The Syro-Palestinian states attested in the Amarna letters = 137
    Map : Sites named in the Amarna letters = 138
  33 Hittites and Egyptians in conflict = 139
    Map : Ramesses' route to Qadesh = 140
    Site-plan : The Hittite attack at Qadesh = 140
  34 Troy = 142
    Map : The Troad = 142
    Site-plan : Citadel of Troy, major levels = 143
  35 Ahhiyawa = 145
    Map : The Mycenaean (`Ahhiyawan') world and western Anatolia = 146
  36 Bronze Age Cyprus = 147
    Maps : Alasiya under attack = 147
    Cyprus : main Bronze Age sites = 148
  37 The Sea Peoples = 150
    Map : Suggested routes of the Sea Peoples = 150
  38 The Middle Elamite and Neo-Elamite periods = 152
    Map : Them middle Elamite kingdom = 152
    Site-plan : Al-Untash-Napirisha (Chogha Zanbil) = 153
PART Ⅵ The Iron Age = 155
  39 The age of iron = 157
    Map : The Iron Age kingdoms of northern Syria and south-eastern Anatolia = 158
    Site-profile : Damascus = 159
  40 The Neo-Hittite kingdoms = 160
    Map : Vie region of the Neo-Hittite states = 161
  41 Tabal, Hilakku and Que (Adanawa /Hiyawa) = 163
    Map : The kingdoms of Tabal, Hilakku and Que = 164
  42 The Neo-Assyrian empire = 166
    Maps : The Neo-Assyrian world = 167
    The Neo-Assyrian empire : main stages in its development = 168
    Site-plan : Nineveh = 170
    Battle of Qarqar (853) = 171
    Map : Routes leading to Qarqar = 171
  43 The Phoenicians = 172
    Maps : Phoenicia and its neighbours = 173
    Phoenician colonizing and commercial enterprises abroad = 174
  44 The Iron Age countries and kingdoms of Transjordan = 176
    Maps : Iron Age Palestine and Transjordan : main regions = 177
    Iron Age Palestine and Transjordan : main cities and towns = 179
  45 The Philistines = 181
    Maps : Philistia and its neighbours = 181
    The Philistine Pentapolis = 182
  46 1st millennium BC Anatolia = 184
    Map : Countries, kingdoms and cities of 1st millennium bc Anatolia = 185
  47 Phrygia and Lydia = 186
    Map : The kingdoms of Phrygia and Lydia = 187
  48 Urartu = 189
    Map : Urartu = 190
  49 The Cimmerians = 193
    Map : The Cimmerian invasions = 193
  50 Egypt in the Third Intermediate and Saite periods (1069-525 BC) = 195
    Map : Egypt in the Third Intermediate Period (1069-747) = 196
PART Ⅶ The Greeks in the East = 197
  51 Aeolians, Ionians, Dorians = 199
    Map : Post Bronze Age Greek migrations = 200
  52 Two major Bronze Age-Classical sites of western Anatolia = 201
    Site-plan : Miletus = 201
    Map : Greek and Roman cities of western Anatolia/Asia Minor = 202
  53 The countries of southern Asia Minor in the Graeco-Roman period = 204
    Map : Southern Asia Minor in the Graeco-Roman period = 204
  54 Lycia = 206
    Map : Lycia = 206
  55 The ten kingdoms of 1st millennium BC Cyprus = 208
    Map : 1st millennium BC Cyprus = 209
PART Ⅷ Other Near Eastern peoples and kingdoms of the 1st millennium BC = 213
  56 The Medes = 215
    Map : Media in its Near Eastern context = 216
  57 The Neo-Babylonian empire = 217
    Map : The Neo-Babylonian empire = 218
    Site-plan : Babylon in the age of Nebuchadnezzar = 219
  58 The Arabs = 220
    Maps : The Arabian Peninsula : ancient sites = 221
    Southern Arabia : ancient kingdoms = 222
    The Arabian Peninsula today (NASA satellite image) = 223
  59 Armenia = 224
    Map : Armenia = 225
  60 The Persian (Achaemenid) empire = 227
    Map : The Achaemenid empire at the end of the 6th cent, BC = 228
    Site-profile : Persepolis = 230
    Site-plan : Persepolis = 231
  61 The Persian invasions of the western Greek world = 232
    Map : The Persian invasions of Greece under Darius Ⅰ and Xerxes Ⅰ (492--480) = 233
  62 Alexander the Great = 234
    Map : Alexander's `empire' = 235
PART Ⅸ The Hellenistic world = 237
  63 The Hellenistic age = 239
    Maps : The evolution of the Hellenistic kingdoms
    1 Initial western allocations to Alexander's heirs (Babylon conference, 323) = 240
    2 Reallocations of Alexander's Near Eastern conquests (Triparadisus conference, 320) = 241
    3 The main divisions of power in the Near East after the peace accord of 311 = 242
    4 The territories of the three major rulers in the Near East after the battle of Ipsus, 301 = 244
  64 The Seleucid empire = 245
    Map : The Seleucid and Ptolemaic empires c. 260 BC = 246
    Site-profile : Jebel Khalid = 248
  65 The Attalid kingdom = 249
    Map : The Attalid kingdom in the mid 2nd cent, BC = 249
    Site-profile : Pergamum = 250
  66 Bactria = 251
    Site-plan : Ai Khanoum = 251
    Map : Bactria in its Near Eastern context = 252
  67 The Maccabean rebellion = 254
    Map : The Maccabean rebellion under Judas = 255
PART ⅩThe Near East in the Roman period = 257
  68 Roman rule in the Near East Ⅰ : from the battle of Magnesia to the settlements of Pompey = 259
    Map : Rome's eastern provinces in 60 BC = 260
  69 Roman rule in the Near East Ⅱ : from Pompey to Augustus = 261
    Maps : Rome's eastern provinces in AD 14 = 262
    Highways predating Roman rule = 264
    Site-profile : Baalbek = 265
    Map : Baalbek in its broader context = 265
  70 Herod the Great = 266
    Site-profile : Jerusalem = 266
    Map : Herod the Great's kingdom and the apportionment of it to his heirs = 267
    Site-plan : Herodian Jerusalem, 4 BC-AD 70 = 268
  71 Parthia = 269
    Map : The Parthian empire (early 2nd cent, AD) = 270
  72 The Nabataeans = 272
    Map : Core Nabataean region in its broader context = 273
  73 Roman rule in the Near East Ⅲ : from Augustus to Trajan = 275
    Map : The Roman Near East after Trajan's eastern campaigns (AD 115-116) = 276
    Site-profile : Jerash = 278
    Map : Jerash in its broader context = 278
  74 The Sasanians = 279
    Map : The Sasanian empire (mid 3rd cent, AD) = 280
  75 Zenobia = 282
    Site-plan : Palmyra = 282
    Map : Zenobia's `empire' = 283
  76 Roman rule in the Near East Ⅳ : from Diocletian to the Islamic invasions = 285
    Map : The Roman empire in the East (4th cent, AD) = 286
    Timeline = 288
Bibliography = 291
A select bibliography of ancient sources in translation = 295
Gazetteer = 297
Index = 312

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