Amarna Diplomacy

Amarna Diplomacy : The Beginnings of International Relations

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In 1887, a peasant woman stumbled across a 3000-year-old trove of cuneiform tablets in Amarna, Upper Egypt. The editors of this work have brought together a team of social scientists and ancient historians to explore the world of ancient Near Eastern statecraft portrayed in the letters. Subjects discussed include Egyptian imperial and foreign policy, international law and trade, geopolitics and decision-making, intelligence and more

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  • Hardback | 312 pages
  • 160.5 x 237.5 x 29.7mm | 621.43g
  • Baltimore, MD, United States
  • English
  • 2 line drawings
  • 0801861993
  • 9780801861994
  • 686,038

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"Fascinating reading not only for specialists on the history of the ancient Near East but for all who are interested in the making and working of international politics in general." -- Archiv orientAlnA-show more

About Raymond Cohen

Raymond Cohen is a professor of international relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His previous books include Negotiating across Cultures: International Communication in an Interdependent World; Culture and Conflict in Egyptian-Israeli Relations: A Dialogue of the Deaf; Theatre of Power: The Art of Diplomatic Signalling; and International Politics: The Rules of the Game. Raymond Westbrook is a professor of ancient Near Eastern languages and literature at the Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Studies in Biblical and Cuneiform Law, Old Babylonian Marriage Law, and Property and the Family in Biblical more