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Relations of Power in Early Neo-Assyrian State Ideology

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Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records (SANER) is a peer-reviewed series devoted to the publication of monographs pertaining to all aspects of the history, culture, literature, religion, art, and archaeology of the Ancient Near East, from the earliest historical periods to Late Antiquity. The aim of this series is to present in-depth studies of the written and material records left by the civilizations and cultures that populated the various areas of the Ancient Near East: Anatolia, Arabia, Egypt, Iran, the Levant, Mesopotamia, and Syria. Thus, SANER is open to all sorts of works that have something new to contribute and which are relevant to scholars and students within the continuum of regions, disciplines, and periods that constitute the field of Ancient Near Eastern studies, as well as to those in neighboring disciplines, including Biblical Studies, Classics, and Ancient History in general.

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Mattias Karlsson, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.

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Authors Mattias Karlsson
Publisher De Gruyter
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 01.11.2017
EAN 9781501516191
ISBN 978-1-5015-1619-1
No. of pages 507
Dimensions 155 mm x 31 mm x 230 mm
Weight 768 g
Illustrations 30 b/w ill., 16 b/w tbl.
Series Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records
Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records (SANER)
Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records
Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records (SANER)
Studies in Ancient Near Easter
Subject Humanities, art, music > History > Antiquity

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