Title, The Ancient Near East, C. BC, Volume 1. Routledge history of the ancient world · Volume 1 of The Ancient Near East, Amélie Kuhrt · The Ancient. THE ANCIENT WORLD. AMELIE KUHRT: The ancient Near East c. B.C. (Routledge History of the Ancient World.) 2 vols. xxviii,. pp.; xix, pp. The Ancient Near East has 94 ratings and 5 reviews. MJ said: Apologies for the somewhat messy and scattered review (it’s been a long week and I finished.
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