The Middle East Under Rome

The Middle East Under Rome

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The ancient Middle East was the theatre of passionate interaction between Phoenicians, Aramaeans, Arabs, Jews, Greeks, and Romans. At the crossroads of the Mediterranean, Mesopotamia, and the Arabian peninsula, the area dominated by what the Romans called Syria was at times a scene of violent confrontation, but more often one of peaceful interaction, of prosperous cultivation, energetic production, and commerce - a crucible of cultural, religious, and artistic innovations that profoundly determined the course of world history.

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  • Hardback | 672 pages
  • 154.9 x 236.2 x 43.2mm | 952.56g
  • The Belknap Press
  • Cambridge, Mass.United States
  • English
  • 2 maps, 42halftones, 1line drawing
  • 0674016831
  • 9780674016835
  • 1,714,664

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"Sartre succeeds in giving us a richly detailed, remarkably fresh account of the Levant under Roman rule while being more severe than most in excluding dubious narratives and undocumented conjectures. Much of the new information that Sartre weaves into his story is from recent archaeological, epigraphic, and numismatic evidence...As enjoyable as it is instructive." - Edward N. Luttwak, Times Literary Supplement"

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About Maurice Sartre

Maurice Sartre is Professor of Ancient History, University of Tours and the Institut Universitaire de France.

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