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  1. The Wars in Syria and Palestine of Thutmose III (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) (v. 3) by Donald B. Redford, 2003-08-01
  2. The Fall of Samaria: An Historical and Archaeological Study (Studies in the History of the Ancient Near East) by Bob Becking, 1992-09
  3. Security for Debt in Ancient Near Eastern Law (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East)
  4. Origins: The Ancient Near Eastern Background of Some Modern Western Institutions (Studies in the History of the Ancient Near East, V. 6) by William W. Hallo, Klaas Dijkstra, 1996-09
  5. Semitic Papyrology in Context: A Climate of Creativity. : Papers from a New York University Conference Marking the Retirement of Baruch A. Levine (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East)
  6. The Great Dedicatory Inscription of Ramesses II: A Solar-Osirian Tractate at Abydos (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Anthony Spalinger, 2008-09-30
  7. Ancient Sites in Galilee: A Toponymic Gazetteer (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Salomon E. Grootkerk, 2000-06-01
  8. L'Agronomie De LA Mesopotamie Antique: Analyse Du "Livre De L'Agriculture Nabateenne" De Qutama (Studies in the History of the Ancient Near East) (French Edition) by M. El Faiz, Mohammed El Faiz, 1997-08
  9. A Journey to Palmyra: Collected Essays to Remember Delbert R. Hillers (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East, 22) (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East)
  10. Geschenke und Steuern, Zölle und Tribute (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) (German Edition) by Kubisch, S. (ed.), et all 2008-01-30
  11. Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Feldman, M. (ed.), et all 2007-09-30
  12. On Art in the Ancient Near East (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Winter, 2009-11-27
  13. Divrei Shalom: Collected Studies Of Shalom M. Paul On The Bible And The Ancient Near East, 1967-2005 (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Shalom M. Paul, 2005-06-30
  14. The Gordion Wooden Objects: The Furniture from Tumulus Mm (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East) by Elizabeth Simpson, 2010-12-30

81. Silk Road Dance Company: Ancient, Folkloric, Classical & Contemporary Dance From
Presents ancient, traditional, and contemporary dances of Iran, Central Asia, the middle east and the Caucasus.
Laurel Victoria Gray Wins Kennedy Center Grant
We are proud to announce that our Artistic Director Laurel Victoria Gray has been chosen by the Kennedy Center Local Dance Commissioning Project to be one of three grant recipients. The grant will be used to develop new choreography for Egypta and to perform Egypta as a concert-length program on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage in September 2003. Congratulations to Ms. Gray on winning this esteemed and competitive award!
Please check back for details about this project as more information becomes available!
Washington Post mentions Silk Road Dance Company at the DC Dance Awards
The Silk Road Dance Company has been included on the Kennedy Center's list of Accepted Artists. Representative performances include the National Geographic Society, the National Press Club, the Embassy of Uzbekistan, the Washington Monument, North Carolina State University, Randolph-Macon College, Northern Virginia Community College, Harmony Hall, Port Discovery Children's Museum, Baltimore's Pratt Library, Georgetown University, the Jack Guidone Theater and the Takoma Park Folk Festival. For more information please explore this site using the links above Contact Us
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82. Middle East Studies - Ancient And Medieval
Selected links provided by the Columbia University Department of middle east Studies.
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83. Ancient World Tours (Travel & Tourism)
Tours and lodging services in the middle east, various programs including archaeological, cultural, incentive, religious, sightseeing, and tailormade tours. Also provides combined tours to Syria, Jordan, Lebanon Iraq.

84. Inspirations By Swain
Photographs of religious sites, ancient shrines, and churches, throughout the middle east.
Then Jesus told him, " Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed ". John 20:29 Ministry W e believe that it is a calling from God to share with as many people as possible the inspirational blessing of visiting and photographing the "Seven Churches of Asia", The Island of Patmos, and many other religious sites in Asia Minor (modern Türkiye). Also, by making available photographs with relating bible references, and prayerfully increasing your desire to study God's Word. Current Projects Click on the photographs below for more information. Patmos and The Seven Churches of Asia The House of the
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85. Mid-East Mfg Is The Ethnic Musical Instruments CompanyTM; Harps, Bagpipes, Sitar
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86. Ancient History
to the rise and decline of the ancient Egyptian empire in China, this era of humanhistory provided the Mesolithic era (middle Stone Age), c. 20,000 7000 BC.

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87. BBC NEWS | Europe | Ancient Chess History Unearthed
From the BBC, a team of British archaeologists have found evidence that Europeans were playing chess Category Science Social Sciences Regional Europe Albania...... 22 GMT 1722 UK ancient chess history unearthed The chess piece was found in theancient city of Leaders of the University of east Anglia expedition said
You are in: Europe News Front Page Africa Americas ... Programmes SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobile/PDAs Text Only ... Help LANGUAGES EDITIONS Change to UK Saturday, 27 July, 2002, 16:22 GMT 17:22 UK Ancient chess history unearthed
The chess piece was found in the ancient city of Butrint
A team of British archaeologists has unearthed evidence suggesting that Europeans were playing chess as early as the sixth century. An ivory chess piece, excavated at a Byzantine palace in what is now southern Albania, is more than 500 years older than any previously discovered. Leaders of the University of East Anglia expedition said it proved the game had a much longer history in Europe than was previously thought. Until now chess historians had agreed that the game only became popular with the European elite during the 12th Century, 700 years after it was invented in China, India or ancient Persia. Walrus ivory The chess piece, which is only lightly damaged, was unearthed in the ancient city of Butrint. Professor Richard Hodges said: "We are wondering if it is the king or queen because it has a little cross but we are not sure."

88. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
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Used Trade Paper List Price $15.00 Orientalism by Edward W Said Staff Pick Edward Said is the leading man in MidEast Studies. Written in the seventies, Orientalism was the first piece of groundbreaking literature speaking out against the stereotype and the idea of the "Oriental." Said confronts the term "Oriental" and its... read more about this title check for other copies Used Hardcover List Price $23.00 What Went Wrong?: Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response by Bernard Lewis Publisher Comments One of the world's leading authorities looks at the eclipse of the Middle East in the last three centuries and how the aftermath is felt to this day. For many centuries, the world of Islam was in the forefront of human achievementthe foremost... read more about this title check for other copies Used Trade Paper List Price $15.95

89. Iraq History And Culture From Noah To Present
history and culture form Noah to present.Category Regional middle east Iraq Society and Culture history...... possible, for the first time in history, the growing ended by meeting a wise andancient man who commercial and cultural center of the middle east for almost
The Cradle of Civilization
I n ancient times the land area now known as modern Iraq was almost equivalent to Mesopotamia the land between the two rivers Tigris and Euphrates (in Arabic, the Dijla and Furat, respectively), the Mesopotamian plain was called the Fertile Crescent. This region is known as the Cradle of Civilization; was the birthplace of the varied civilizations that moved us from prehistory to history. An advanced civilization flourished in this region long before that of Egypt, Greece, and Rome, for it was here in about 4000BC that the Sumerian culture flourished Writing evolved to keep track of property. Clay envelopes Uruk in approximately 2700 BC, is a moving story of the ruler's deep sorrow at the death of his friend Enkidu, and of his consequent search for immortality. Other central themes of the story are a devastating flood and the tenuous nature of man's existence, and ended by meeting a wise and ancient man who had survived a great flood by building an ark. Land was cultivated for the first time, early calendars were used and the first written alphabet was invented here. Its bountiful land, fresh waters, and varying climate contributed to the creation of deep-rooted civilization that had fostered humanity from its affluent fountain since thousand of years. Sumerian states were believed to be under the rule of a local god or goddess, and a bureaucratic system of the priesthood arose to oversee the ritualistic and complex religion. High Priests represented the gods on earth, one of their jobs being to discern the divine will. A favorite method of divination was reading sheep or goat entrails. The priests ruled from their

90. Histoire Périodique
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91. World History Compass, Ancient Greek History
Links to sites and resources for ancient Greece civilization.Category Society history By Time Period ancient Greece...... expedition formally organized in 1990 to investigate the history of prehistoric and Thisis about an ancient Greek wreck discovered in the middle of the
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Alexander the Great Williams College. Ancient City of Athens A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens (Greece). Indiana University. Ancient Greek (Hellenic) Sites on the World-Wide Web The Ancient Greek World University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Antiqua Medicina: From Homer to Vesalius University of Virginia Health System. Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth Contains collections of prehistoric finds, various items ranging from the Geometric to the Hellenistic period, Roman and Byzantine finds, excavation finds from the Asklepieion of Corinth, and a collection of sculptures and inscriptions. Archimedes A collection of Archimedean miscellanea, containing descriptions, sources, and illustrations of all aspects of Archimedes' life, including the siege of Syracuse, the death of Archimedes, Archimedes' tomb, Archimedes' screw, and much more. Drexel University. Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. A joint effort of the American Philological Association and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

92. Middle East : Israel & Palestine
Pick a Region. . middle east. . Israel Palestine The term Israel refersto the territory ruled by the various Jewish monarchies in ancient times.

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The term Israel refers to the territory ruled by the various Jewish monarchies in ancient times. The term was utilized again when a Jewish state was created in 1947. The specific borders of Palestine have varied under the various empires but essentially has referred to the area comprising modern-day Israel, Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza Strip. It is this competition for control of territory that has formed the crux of the Jewish-Palestinian conflict over the last 100 years. Jews have lived in the area called Palestine since about 2000 BC. The first Jewish monarchy was founded in 1030 BC under King Saul, and furthered under Kings David and Solomon. In 950 BC, Solomon built the First Temple. In 586 King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia captured Jerusalem, destroyed the temple and forced the people into exile. In 538 the Persian king Cyrus the Great gained control and allowed the Jews to return. The Second Temple was completed in 515. Alexander the Great of Macedon (Greece) defeated the Persians (333) and established control of Egypt and Palestine. In 63 BC, the Romans took Palestine as a Roman province. The Jews revolted against the Romans in 66 AD. The rebellion was crushed and the Second Temple was destroyed in 70 AD. In 135 AD the Jewish population of Palestine was dispersed throughout the ancient world.

93. Electronic Text Collections
Internet African history Sourcebook (Paul Halsall, Fordham) The middle east. AncientWorld Cultures Islam (U. Evansville) Center of middle eastern and Islamic
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94. Fuzzycrawler Reference Ancient History And Archaeology Of The
Home Top history of ancient world ancient history and archaeology of the Middleeast and Near east ABZU Guide to Resources for the Study of the ancient

95. Ancient Mesopotamia Chronology
7000 to 500 BC. Early Urbanization 70003500 BC. c. 7000 BC Peoples inthe ancient Near east develop agriculture Settled Agriculture Chronology;
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96. Abzu: Guide To Resources For The Study Of The Ancient Near East Available On The
Guide to resources for researching and teaching the ancient Near east. Includes indexes, guides, directories of historians, and journals. and widely distributed data relevant to the study and public presentation of the ancient Near east via the Internet.
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97. GW Tip Sheet: Mideast Peace
is available to comment on the history of battles the Jezreel Valley and the MiddleEast region as the current excavations of Megiddo, an ancient site located
Middle East Nathan Brown
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs Professor Brown's research specialties include in government and politics of the Middle East, democratization and constitutionalism and rule of law in the Arab world. He is the author of Peasant Politics in Modern Egypt (1990) and The Rule of Law in the Arab World (1997). His book on Arab constitutionalism, entitled Constitutionalism in a Non-Constitutional World was published in 2001. He is currently writing a book on Palestinian institution building after the Oslo agreements entitled Resuming Arab Palestine. Professor Brown is the recipient of Fulbright grants to study in Egypt and the Gulf and teach in Israel. Office:
Mobile: Dalia Dassa Kaye
Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Before joining GW's faculty, Professor Dassa Kaye conducted research on the multilateral track of the Arab-Israeli peace process at the Brookings Institution as a Foreign Policy Research Fellow. She is also the author of "Beyond the Handshake: Multilateral Cooperation in the Arab-Israeli Peace Process." Office: Dina Khoury
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs and Director of GW's Middle East Studies Program
Professor Khoury offers courses in Islamic and modern Middle Eastern history.

98. Middle East And Peace Process Links
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99. Ancient Jewish History Table Of Contents
The Birth and Evolution of Judaism; Civilizations and Rulers of the ancient MiddleEast; Tribes of Israel; The Two Kingdoms; Timeline for the history of Judaism;
Ancient Jewish History

100. ACLS History E-Book Project, Backlist Launch Titles
ACLS history EBook Project, The history E-Book Project has made every effortto obtain electronic publication rights from the copyright holder.
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Subscription Information Subscribing Institutions Title List Introduction Description of the History E-Book Project The ACLS The ACLS Review Board ... Summation Title List Titles Online as of September 1, 2002 Forthcoming Titles Title Selection Title Recommendations ... Contributing Publishers Titles Online as of September 1, 2002 : Approximately 500 full-text books are included in the initial launch of the ACLS History E-Book Project. These books are listed here in general categories, broadly based on the American Historical Review's categories for book reviews. Each category is viewable by subsection sorted by either author or publication date from the table below. BY
ACLS History E-Book Project can Browse these books by author and title. The books are also fully searchable (simple, Boolean and proximity searches in full text, title, author and subject fields). Subject categories on the Project are based on MARC subject cataloging. Forthcoming Titles : New subject categories, as well as about 250 additional titles in all categories, will be added to the Project each year in subsequent rounds. We are currently seeking rights for books (

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