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- 1 vol. (xii-220 p.)

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- 1 vol. (710 p.)

Hist.mar-607

How important has the sea been in the development of human history? Very important indeed is the conclusion of this ground-breaking four volume work. The books bring together the world's leading maritime historians, who address the question of what difference the sea has made in relation to around 250 situations ranging from the earliest times to the present. They consider, across the entire world, subjects related to human migration, trade, economic development, warfare, the building of political units including states and empires, the dissemination of ideas, culture and religion, and much more, showing how the sea was crucial to all these aspects of human development.The Sea in History - The Ancient World ranges very widely in its coverage, beginning with pre-historical maritime activity and going on to cover not only the classical Greek and Roman Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds but also Africa, Asia and the Americas. Fascinating subjects covered include the migration of the Ta€no people in the pre-historic Caribbean, the Athenian maritime empire at its height, the port of Alexandria in classical times, and ships, sailors and kingdoms in ancient Southeast Asia. How important has the sea been in the development of human history? Very important indeed is the conclusion of this ground-breaking four volume work. The books bring together the world's leading maritime historians, who address the question of what difference the sea has made in relation to around 250 situations ranging from the earliest times to the present. They consider, across the entire world, subjects related to human migration, trade, ...

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- 1 vol. (XIX-502 p.)

Hist.Äco-237

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- 1 vol. (IV-189 p.-13 p. de pl.)

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- 1 vol. (297 p.)

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- 1 vol. (xvi-533 p.)

Site imm-024

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- 1 vol. (xiii-319 p.)

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This volume presents 16 papers that explore aspects of the economic and religious life of the northwestern Nile Delta in the first millennium BC. The papers concentrate on presenting new research on a range of material cultureaîceramics, coins, weights, statuettes, statues, royal decrees and abandoned shipsaîfrom the on-going excavations of Thonis-Heracleion, a now submerged port-city on the edge of the aòSea of the Greeksaô. This research is put into its local context through number of additional papers that deal with Naukratis, the river-port upstream of Thonis-Heracleion, and others that seek to place both port-cities into their wider landscapes.(Source : éditeur) This volume presents 16 papers that explore aspects of the economic and religious life of the northwestern Nile Delta in the first millennium BC. The papers concentrate on presenting new research on a range of material cultureaîceramics, coins, weights, statuettes, statues, royal decrees and abandoned shipsaîfrom the on-going excavations of Thonis-Heracleion, a now submerged port-city on the edge of the aòSea of the Greeksaô. This research is ...

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- 1 vol. (xix, 892 p.)

Ep-306

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- 1 vol. (144 p.)

Ep-307

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- 1 vol. (xiv, 118 p.)

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