The Civilizations of the Near East, The People of Mesopotamia

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Athanasios Fountoukis
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published on 21 September 2022

This collection focuses on providing supplementary materials to students who want to enhance their school history studies and to teachers who want a more concise coverage of each lesson that they deliver. This chapter examines the economic, social, political, and cultural organization of the peoples of the Near East.

The collection covers the history of ancient Mesopotamia; the cultures of Sumer, Akkad, Babylonia, and Assyria. The materials include a variety of articles, definitions, images, videos, and maps that will cover the students' needs.

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About the Author

Athanasios Fountoukis
A historian, who currently studies at the University of Groningen for his Master's degree in Classics and Ancient Civilizations with a track on Ancient History, focusing on the history of the Mediterranean Sea in the Archaic Era.

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