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Politics
Author: Joyce Marcus,Gary M. Feinman
ISBN: 0933452985
Subcategory: Anthropology
Pages 444 pages
Publisher SAR Press; 1st edition (November 15, 1998)
Language English
Category: Politics
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eBook Archaic States (School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series) download

by Joyce Marcus,Gary M. Feinman


Gary M. Feinman, Joyce Marcus.

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ISBN 33452-98-5 (cloth). At that time, there had not been a major comparative seminar on the operation and structure of ancient states for more than 15 years. That gap in the recent literature on archaic states remains as significant now as it was when the meeting was held in November 1992.

Comparative Perspectives. The book is organized less as a series of distinct papers. Cultural Perspective. than as chapters which refer closely to each other, the arguments of each. informing and expanding on those of the others.

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One of the most challenging problems facing contemporary archaeology. 0933452985 (ISBN13: 9780933452985).

Archaic States presents new comparative studies of early states in the Old and New Worlds and .

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One of the most challenging problems facing contemporary archaeology is that of explaining the operation and diversity of ancient states. This volume addresses the ways in which ancient states were structured and operated, an understanding of which is key to our ability to interpret a states rise or fall.