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Near Fine with no dust jacket. 093146496X. Minor bump to base of spine else Fine.; This collection of 16 articles plus "Prologue" and "Epilogue" was published as a "permanent record" of the William Foxwell Albright Centennial Conference, held at the Johns Hopkins University in May 1991. The articles are organized under six subheadings: (1) "The Contextualizations of Near Eastern Art, " (2) "The Integration of Archaeological and Textual Data, " (3) "The Technological Revolution in Archaeology and its Ramifications, " (4) "Philology and the Study of Ancient Literature in the Postmodern Academy" (5) "From Ebla to Deir 'Alla: New Paradigms for the Early History of Semitic Languages and Scripts, " (6) "Ideology, Propaganda, and National Consciousness in the Ancient Near East".; 422 pages.
New. Sixteen essays from the Albright conference held at the Johns Hopkins University charting the course of ancient Near Eastern studies in the twenty-first century. This landmark volume is essential reading for both students and scholars.
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