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The Hittites: And Their Contemporaries in Asia Minor (Anglais) Broché – 15 avril 1996


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The Hittites This study investigates the origins of the Hittites, the sources of the metals that were vital to their success and their relationship with their contemporaries in the Aegean world. It describes excavations, particularly those at the temples and defensive ramparts of the Hittite capital at Hattusa Full description


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Plenty of information for the serious layman... 16 octobre 1996
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This clasic summary of all that is known about the long-forgotten Hittites of Anatolia was written in 1975 and updated in 1986. The paperback edition includes a page of added prefatory material summarizing--too briefly--finds made and new theories proposed in the last 10 years, including the discovery at last of tin mines in central Anatolia. Despite being behind the times, however, this information-packed 176-page book is an excellent source of solid information. (Aramco World
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Good, but there are better 29 novembre 2004
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Although it has been updated, this book retains the emphasis and approach of its predecessors. The author is a fine scholar. The strengths of the book lie in its archeological information. But even here there are other sources for non-technical readers that are more helpful, such as the guide to the ruins of Hattusa by Juergen Seeher. The information about history and culture, drawn principally from textual sources (i.e., Hittite clay tablets) are better summarized in the two books by Trevor Bryce: Kingdom of the Hittites, and Life and Society in the Hittite World (both published by Oxford Univ. Press).
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Excellent 23 septembre 2002
Par Magellan - Publié sur Amazon.com
My main historical interest is from man's earliest origins down to the formation of the first great city states in the third and second millenium B.C. in Mesopotamia and Old Kingdom Egypt. Since the Hittite empire can be traced back to at least 2000 B.C., they just barely make it into the period I'm interested in. As result, I was mainly interested in the first half of the book, discussing the earliest origins of the Hittites, so I will only comment on that. However, I found it to be a very readable history, as McQueen's writing flows well and doesn't get bogged down in trivial facts. There is a lot of good information here, and it was exactly what I needed to fill a gap in my knowledge of the earliest civilizations. This is the second updated edition, but I'd love to see an even more recent study on the subject, and as a result of reading McQueen's book, I may see if there are anymore out there. Overall, a readable and scholarly book on this important, ancient civilization.
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Excellent- Macqueen writes as if he was there 16 juin 1999
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Anyone who remembers Macqueen's superb "Babylon" will not be surprised by his triumph here. Always accessible, always entertaining and full of surprises, Macqueen makes ancient history come alive. In short, an excellent read.
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A book to be read 1 décembre 2000
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This book is one that you are not able to stop as soon you start. Very readable with a very nice fluent English. The author is a very good professor (Lecturer?) and knows how to keep your attention. Further, he is able to shows his opinion against the literature even when is not at a good position. The book has very nice maps and archeological site photos that really add nicely to the text. Sometimes you are able to read a book that make you think.Well done!
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