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Environment and ethnicty [sic] in the Middle East

Author: Pavel Markovich Dolukhanov
Publisher: Aldershot [England] ; Brookfield, Vt. : Avebury, ©1994.
Series: Worldwide archaeology series, 7.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Middle East played a particular role in the prehistory and early history of mankind. It was there that the agricultural revolution, the greatest breakthrough in the development of human productive forces, first occurred. The first cities and first states have emerged there much earlier than anywhere else in the world. The increasing evidence shows that the Ancient Middle East was a melting pot, the birth-place  Read more...
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Dolukhanov, Pavel Markovich.
Environment and ethnicty [sic] in the Middle East.
Aldershot [England] ; Brookfield, Vt. : Avebury, ©1994
(OCoLC)623377957
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pavel Markovich Dolukhanov
ISBN: 1856287068 9781856287067
OCLC Number: 29886964
Notes: Cover title: Environment and ethnicity in the ancient Middle East.
Description: x, 406 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Questions of Theory --
Ch. 2. Modern Ecological and Ethnic Setting. Structure and Landforms. Climate and Vegetation. Division. Peoples. Languages and Ethnicities --
Ch. 3. The Initial Settlement. The African Origins. The Middle Eastern Scenery. The Earliest Levantines. The Last Glaciation. The Neanderthal 'Man'. Modern Humans. What language they spoke? --
Ch. 4. The Neolithic Revolution. The End of the Ice Age. The Epipalaeolithic. The Dawn of Agriculture. The Tale of Two Scholars. Summing Up. The Indo-Europeans --
Ch. 5. Prehistoric Farmers and Their Neighbours. The Holocene. Hassuna, Halaf and Samarra. Caucasian Farmers and Hunters. Eastern Connections. Summing up --
Ch. 6. The Dawn of Civilization. The Post-Optimum. The Urban Beginnings: 'Ubaid, Uruk ... When the Stones Start to Speak. The Caucasian Development. The Mesopotamia of Central Asia. The Age of Crisis. The Royal Tombs. In Search of a Lost Homeland. The Central Asian Collapse. The Crumbling Empires. The Semites.
Series Title: Worldwide archaeology series, 7.
Other Titles: Environment and ethnicity in the Middle East
Environment and ethnicity in the ancient Middle East
Responsibility: Pavel Dolukhanov.

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The ancient Middle East was a melting pot - the birth-place of new ethnicities and languages. This work attempts to follow up the socio-cultural, ethnic and linguistic processes in the ancient Middle  Read more...

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