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Kaizer (ed.), A Companion to the Hellenistic and Roman Near East (Wiley)

A Companion to the Hellenistic and Roman Near East

Ted Kaizer (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-444-33982-6 | January 2022 | Wiley-Blackwell | 576 Pages

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Discover a comprehensive and cross-disciplinary handbook exploring several sub-regions and key themes perfect for a new generation of students

A Companion to the Hellenistic and Roman Near East delivers the first complete handbook in the area of Hellenistic and Roman Near Eastern history. The book is divided into sections dealing with interdisciplinary source material, each with a great deal of regional variety and engaging with several key themes. It integrates discussions of the classical Near East with the typical undergraduate teaching syllabus in the Anglo-Saxon world.

All contributors in this edited volume are leading scholars in their field, with a combination of established researchers and academics, and emerging voices. Contributors hail from countries across several continents, and work in various disciplines, including Ancient History, Archaeology, Art History, Epigraphy, Numismatics, and Oriental Studies.

In addition to furthering the integration of the Levantine lands in the classical periods into the teaching canon, the book offers readers:

  • The first comprehensively structured Companion and edited handbook on the Hellenistic and Roman Near East
  • Extensive regional and sub-regional variety in the cross-disciplinary source material
  • A way to compensate for the recent destruction of monuments in the region and the new generation of researchers’ inability to examine these historical stages in person
  • An integration of the study of the Hellenistic and Roman Near East with traditional undergraduate teaching syllabi in the Anglo-Saxon world
Perfect for undergraduate history and classics students studying the Near East, A Companion to the Hellenistic and Roman Near East will also earn a place in the libraries of graduate students and scholars working within Near Eastern studies, as well as interested members of the public with a passion for history.

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