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History of Syria, including Lebanon and Palestine.

Author: Philip K Hitti
Publisher: London, Macmillan, 1951.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip K Hitti
OCLC Number: 5510718
Description: xxv, 749 p. illus. (part col.) ports., maps (1 fold.) 23 cm.
Contents: Place in history --
Metal implements --
The setting of the stage --
Physical environment --
The advent of semites --
The amorites: First major semitic community in Syria --
The Canaanites: Second major semitic people in Syria --
Maritime activity and colonial Expansion --
Literature, Religion and other aspects of cultural life --
International relations: Egypt --
The Aramaeans: The third major semitic people --
The Hebrew people --
The Hebrew monarchy --
Aspects of cultural and spiritual life: Monotheism --
Under persian rule --
From the sematic era to the Indo-European --
Alexander and his successors, The Seleucids --
The Hellenistic age --
Seleucid Institutions --
Trade and Industry --
Syria as a Roman province: The pre-empire period --
Under the early Roman emperors --
City and country life --
Intellectual Activity --
The rise of Christianity --
Syrianizing versus Romanizing --
Byzantine Syria --
An Ecclesiastical age --
Pre-Islamic Syro-Arab States --
Syria in the embrace of Islam --
Between Saljuqs and Fatimids --
Meeting of east and west: The crusades --
Cultural Interaction --
Ayyubids Mamluks --
Syria a Turkish province --
The ma'ns and the Shihabs: Lords of Lebenon --
The contemporary scene.
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