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  • Letters of the Great Kings of the Ancient Near Eastby Trevor Bryce

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 54.95

    Offering fascinating insights into the people and politics of the ancient near Eastern kingdoms, Trevor Bryce uses the letters  of the five Great Kings of Egypt, Babylon, Hatti, Mitanni and Assyria as the focus of a fresh look at this turbulent and volatile region in the late Bronze Age. Numerous extracts from the letters are constantly interwoven... more...

  • The Kingdom of the Hittitesby Trevor Bryce

    Oxford University Press, UK 2005; US$ 55.00

    In the 14th century BC the Hittites became the supreme political and military power in the Near East. How did they achieve their supremacy? How successful were they in maintaining it? What brought about their collapse and disappearance? This comprehensive history of the Hittite kingdom, featuring numerous translations from the original texts, seeks... more...

  • The Routledge Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asiaby Trevor Bryce

    Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 82.95

    This 500,000 word reference work provides the most comprehensive general treatment available of the peoples and places of the regions commonly referred to as the ancient Near and Middle East – extending from the Aegean coast of Turkey in the west to the Indus river in the east. It contains some 1,500 entries on the kingdoms, countries, cities, and... more...

  • Ancient Syriaby Trevor Bryce

    OUP Oxford 2014; US$ 34.99

    A three-thousand year tale of ancient Syria, from Bronze Age to Roman era—and beyond: the essential back-story to one of the world's most trouble-prone, volatile, but also culturally and politically important regions. more...

  • Life and Society in the Hittite Worldby Trevor Bryce

    OUP Oxford 2004; US$ 64.99

    The Hittites were an ancient people (of Indo-European connection) of Asia Minor and Syria, who flourished from 1600 to 1200 BC. Trevor Bryce uses the most recent scholarship and archaeological discoveries to examine their society and civilization. This book aims to convey to the reader a sense of what it was like to live amongst the people of the Hittite... more...

  • Babylonia: A Very Short Introductionby Trevor Bryce

    OUP Oxford 2016; US$ 7.99

    The history of Ancient Babylonia in ancient Mesopatamia is epic. Trevor Bryce offers an exploration of the rich world of Babylonia, providing insight into the intricacies of this ancient civilization and its important social, historical, and cultural legacies. more...

  • Atlas of the Ancient Near Eastby Trevor Bryce; Jessie Birkett-Rees

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 41.11

    This atlas provides students and scholars with a broad range of information on the development of the Ancient Near East from prehistoric times through the beginning of written records in the Near East (c. 3000 BC) to the late Roman Empire and the rise of Islam. The geographical coverage of the Atlas extends from the Aegean coast of Anatolia in the... more...

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