Titolo: State Correspondence in the Ancient World: ...
Casa editrice: Oxford University Press
Data di pubblicazione: 2014
Condizione libro: New
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Table of Contents Figures and Tables Contributors Introduction: Long-Distance Communication and the Cohesion of Early Empires Karen Radner 1 Egyptian state correspondence of the New Kingdom: the letters of the Levantine client kings in the Amarna correspondence and contemporary evidence Jana Mynarova 2 State correspondence in the Hittite World Mark Weeden 3 An imperial communication network: the state correspondence of the Neo-Assyrian Empire Karen Radner 4 The lost state correspondence of the Babylonian Empire as reflected in contemporary administrative letters Michael Jursa 5 State communications in the Persian Empire Amelie Kuhrt 6 The king's words: Hellenistic royal letters in inscriptions Alice Bencivenni 7 State correspondence in the Roman empire from Augustus to Justinian Simon Corcoran Bibliography Index. Codice inventario libreria 64302
Riassunto: State Correspondence in the Ancient World intr
Karen Radner is Professor of Ancient Near Eastern History at University College London.
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