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archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, c. 5000-323 BC

by Michael Rice

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Persian Gulf Region
    • Subjects:
    • Persian Gulf Region -- Antiquities.,
    • Persian Gulf Region -- Civilization.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 348-357) and index.

      StatementMichael Rice.
      SeriesThe Experience of archaeology
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS211 .R53 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 369 p. :
      Number of Pages369
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1399337M
      ISBN 100415032687
      LC Control Number93007006

      Michael Rice, an Egyptologist and museum planner who has published extensively on Bahrain/Dilmun, wrote The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, ca. B.C. (London and New York: Routledge, ). In this comprehensive review, Rice includes Kuwait, eastern Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Imirates, and northern Oman. The Arabian Gulf in Antiquity, From Prehistory to the Fall of the Achaemenid Empire, Oxford, Clarendon Press, Rawlinson, G. H. Intercourse between Indian and the Western World from the Earliest Times to the Fall of Rome, Cambridge, Rice., Michael, The Archaeology of the Arabia Gulf, C BC, New York: Routledge Inc.,

      Their increasingly socially stratified culture persisted from around – BC. Judging by its archaeology, the Gulf was clearly an important seaway for the earliest Western Asiatic civilisations of Mesopotamia and Susiana – and later the Babylonians, Akkadians and Assyrians, eventually reaching as far as the Indus Valley in modern. The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf. Routledge. p. ^ Rice, Michael (). The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf. Routledge. p. ^ Jean Francois Salles in Traces of Paradise: The Archaeology of Bahrain, BCAD in Michael Rice, Harriet Crawford Ed, IB Tauris, p ^ a b Jean Francois Salles p ^ Hoyland, Robert G. ().

      The archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, c. – BC. Routledge. X. London. News: Al Ain National Museum launches Archaeology Workshops for Children. wam. 7 August en-US. The Archaeology of Elam Formation and Transformation of an Ancient Iranian State From the middle of the third millennium bc until the coming of Cyrus the Great, southwestern He is the author of The Arabian Gulf in Antiquity, 2 vols. (), MesopotamianFile Size: KB.


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[Michael Rice] -- The world's first great cities, built in the lands of Mesopotamia, grew rich on trade. The great rivers which flowed down into the Gulf were navigable up to Babylon and beyond, into Syria.

Excellent book which gives a lot of almost up-to-date information regarding the archeology of the arabian gulf. Special focus on Dilmun and Sumer. Highly recommendable. Sometimes difficult to read since my native language is German and the author uses a 4/5(1).

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Read more about The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, c. Laursen ST, ‘The Westward Transmission of Indus Valley Sealing Technology: Origin and Development of the “Gulf Type” Seal and Other Administrative Technologies in Early Dilmun, c BC’ () 21 Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy Harriet Crawford presents a scholarly and up-to-date account of the archaeology of the Arabian Gulf from c.4, BC.

It offers a new interpretation of the structure of the urban, centralized and probably literate society of the Early Dilmun period (C. 2, BC) using material from the recently excavated site of Saar on the the main Bahrain the neighbouring Cited by: The Arabian Gulf has become in recent years one of the most promising new areas of research in ancient near-eastern archaeology.

Until now, however, no attempt has been made to synthesize the archaeology and history of this region from the beginnings of human settlement to the rise of Islam. This magisterial two-volume work draws on a wide array of archaeological. The early years of archaeology in Bahrain. Manama: Department of Antiquities and Museums, State of Bahrain.

Rice, M. The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf c. – BC. London and New York: Routledge. Roaf, M. Excavations at Diraz East and A’ali East. In H. Crawford, (ed.), The. The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf: C. by Michael Rice The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf: C.

by Michael Rice. The archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, c. London: Routledge. ISBN OCLC ↑ Carter, R. "The Wadi Suq period in south-east Arabia: a reappraisal in the light of excavations at Kalba, UAE".

Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies. 87– JSTOR ↑Magee, Peter. View Arabian/Persian Gulf Archaeology Research Papers on for free. Dilmun and Its Gulf Neighbours by Crawford, Harriet and Harriet E.

W., Crawford available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. A scholarly and up-to-date account of the archaeology of the Arabian Gulf from c. BC.The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) encompasses an area of more t square kilometers and has a long coastline occupying most of the southern shores of the Arabian Gulf, as well as a stretch of coastline extending along the Gulf of Oman.The archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, c.

BC. London: Routledge. p. ISBN X. OCLC CS1 maint: extra punctuation ^ Carter, R. (). "The Wadi Suq period in south-east Arabia: a reappraisal in the light of excavations at Kalba, UAE". Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies. 87–