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by Lewis Bayles Paton

eBook The Early History of Syria and Palestine ePub
Author: Lewis Bayles Paton
Language: English
ISBN: 0830500464
ISBN13: 978-0830500468
Publisher: Hyperion Pr (June 1, 1981)
Pages: 302
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 176
Formats: docx mobi lrf txt
ePub file: 1952 kb
Fb2 file: 1385 kb

by. Paton, Lewis Bayles, 1864-1932.

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The Early History of Syri. has been added to your Cart. Although the spectrum of historical contents, empires and personalities is far too academic for my complete comprehension, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and realize how much deeper and more complex the social, political and religious life among the various people in this part of the world -Syria and Palestine-have apparently always been ever since the time of recorded history.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Early History of Syria and Palestine. In ancient Babylonian usage Suri, from which our name Syria is derived, meant Northern Mesopotamia and the adjacent districts of the Armenian and Taurus mountain chains

Home Browse Books Book details, The Early History of Syria and Palestine. The Early History of Syria and Palestine. By Lewis Bayles Paton. In ancient Babylonian usage Suri, from which our name Syria is derived, meant Northern Mesopotamia and the adjacent districts of the Armenian and Taurus mountain chains. This application of the name has become traditional, but it does not commend itself to the historian of the ancient Orient.

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by Lewis Bayles Paton. From the intro: "IN ancient Babylonian usage Suri, from which our name Syria is derived, meant Northern Mesopotamia and the adjacent districts of the Armenian and Taurus mountain chains. Outline of Ancient Historyby Maud Elma Kingsley. The Early History of Syria and Palestineby Lewis Bayles Paton. The Ancient ChurchFrom the Captivity to the Coming of Christby Enoch Pond. Ancient Historyby George Rawlinson. The Book of EnochTranslated From Professor Dillmann's Ethiopic Text; Emended and Revised in Accordance With Hitherto Uncollated Ethiopic Mss. And With the Gizeh and Other Greek and Latin Fragments Which Are Here Published in Fullby August Dillmann. South India and Her Muhammadan Invadersby S. Krishnaswami Aiyangar.

by Lewis Bayles Paton (Author).

Situated at a strategic point between Europe, Asia, and Africa, and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, the region has a long and tumultuous history as a crossroads for religion, culture, commerce, and politics.

Unnis
There's lots of great information, but it reads more like an encyclopedia than a narrative. So many names and places and they are repeated over and over again. It serves a great purpose for me, though, in that it fills in some time and space gaps in my knowledge of the late 4th and 3rd centuries bce. It also has given me some direction to flesh out that period even more and a starting point to go even further back.
Authis
Although the spectrum of historical contents, empires and personalities is far too academic for my complete comprehension, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and realize how much deeper and more complex the social, political and religious life among the various people in this part of the world --Syria and Palestine--have apparently always been ever since the time of recorded history.
Marinara
A bit confusing. Would be much better if it included maps showing the sites mentioned.
Marige
Old research and have not been updated with recent discoveries.
Galubel
Fastinating! I love to find out more about the history of the middle East.
Beanisend
Needs a map inserted every so often, when he tells on these ancient cities. But a wonderful read.....
monotronik
It wasn't exactly what I was looking for, but as an introductory book, it was alright. Wanted something a little more academic and modern.
Boring, chock full of 19th Century polite racism
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