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The Cambridge Ancient History Hardcover – 3 May 1973
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Good, General Grounding in the Period. Dated Material (1973)
on 4 January 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
The book contains conventional history for Egypt from the end of the Middle Kingdom to the dawn of the New Kingdom (Hatshepsut). The sources even allow for some descriptions of economic and social life and governmental organization. Mesopotamia is covered from Shamshi Adad 1 to Hammurabi, but there is not much source material on which to base conventional history. Most of the rest is archaeological and mythical: lots of urns and city walls, and memories of the Mycenaean age. A little bit (14 pages) on the Hittites from early times to the end of their Middle Kingdom. The book is dated (1973), but still represents a useful "tour d'horizon" of the period, because more modern publications are usually narrowly focused, and archaeologists take longer and longer (years and years) to publish the results of their excavations.
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on 11 May 2002 - Published on Amazon.com
The information in this volume is somewhat dated, but it remains a rich reference source.