AN N EA 164

Archaeology of Levant

Description: Lecture, three hours. Survey of archaeology of Levant from late fifth millennium through arrival of Alexander the Great (circa 4500-332 BC). Examination of social, economic, political, and cultural developments through archaeological finds from geographic region bounded by Anatolia and Mesopotamia on north, Egypt to south, and Arabian Peninsula to east. Archaeological methods, theory, and practice are addressed; and geographic, environmental, climatological, and textual data are employed to establish broader context for Levantine traditions. P/NP or letter grading.

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