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The Near East


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List of figures, map, plates and tables Acknowldgements 1. Introduction 2. An artefactual basis for the past 3. Digging before excavation 4. Practical pioneers and theoretical problems 5. Harbingers in the levant 6. The land that two rivers made 7. The Ubadaidian inheritance 8. The household as enterprise 9. What we're getting to know an dwhat we need to do Notes Bibliography Index


'A useful overview of recent research.' - The Times Higher Education supplement.

'A Fascinating reconstruction of the evolutionary processes from the development of agriculture through the rise of the great Sumerian cities ... highly recommended.' - Religious Studies Review

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