4 edition of power of technology in the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean found in the catalog.
power of technology in the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Monographs in Mediterranean archaeology -- 12|
|LC Classifications||GN778.25 B79 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008023918|
View Bronze and Iron Ages in Eastern Mediterranean (Archaeology) Research Papers on for free. Technology and Social Agency in Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Painted Plaster Ann N. Brysbaert Submitted for the degree of .
Cross-Craft and Cross-Cultural Interactions during the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze Age January In book: Mediterranean Crossroads (pp)Author: Ann Brysbaert. The subsequent discovery of a second Turkish shipwreck, the hugely important 14th century BC wreck that lies 60m beneath the sea off the headland of Uluburun, southern Turkey, was to provide even further insight into this ‘golden age’ of international trade. The key commodity of Late Bronze Age trade was copper used in the production of bronze. The end of the Bronze Age c. BC in the Eastern Mediterranean is an ongoing topic of scholarly debate. Some scholars blame the sudden and violent collapse of Bronze Age civilization in the Aegean Sea region, Egypt, along the Levantine coast, Anatolia, and other parts of the Near East on one key factor or another; e.g., earthquakes or Size: KB.
In broadest terms, scholars tend to characterize Bronze Age Near Eastern history in three phases: Early Bronze Age ( BC), Middle Bronze Age (), and Late Bronze Age (). These approximate phases are of course subject to dispute, but they do tend to map a pattern of ebb and flow in the development of Bronze Age world. An archaeologist and ancient historian by training, Dr. Cline’s primary fields of study are biblical archaeology, the military history of the Mediterranean world from antiquity to present, and the international connections between Greece, Egypt, and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age ( BC).Author: James Wiener. Weights in Context: Bronze Age Weighing Systems of Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts: Proceedings of the International Colloquium, Roma 22ndth November
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