4 edition of History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest. found in the catalog.
History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest.
A. T. Olmstead
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||DS121 .O4 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 664 p.|
|Number of Pages||664|
|LC Control Number||73152599|
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History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest [Olmstead, A. T] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquestAuthor: A. T Olmstead. BOOKS OF ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HISTORY History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian Conquest.
By A. OLmsST'AD, Professor of Oriental History, University of Chicago. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. I Pp. xxxiii, $) IN this volume a long need has at last been met. Here we have a really modern, competent history of Syria. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Olmstead, A.T.
(Albert Ten Eyck), History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest. OCLC Number: Description: pages color frontispiece, illustrations, plates, maps (1 folded) plans, facsimiles: Contents: In the beginning --Cave men, farmers, and giants --Arab tribesmen --The bridge of assembly --Egyptian warriors and Canaanite peasants --Ships of Gebal --Waves from Euphrates and Nile --The manner of Canaan --Northern invaders --Egyptian overlords --Egyptianised.
History of Palestine and Syria; To the Macedonian Conquest. Michigan: Baker Book House, Hard Cover. Octavo. pp A very nice copy in spine faded dust jacket. In a brodart protective wraperr.
near fine/very good. Get this from a library. History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest. [A T Olmstead]. THE HISTORY OF PALESTINE AND SYRIA MORE than thirty years have elapsed since the late L. Paton wrote his Early History of Syria and Palestine.
Since there has been an extraordinary development in archaeological research, and an equally remarkable increase in the amount of our inscriptional sources.
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A Study in 1 copy. Syria is home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world, with a rich artistic and cultural heritage. From its ancient roots to its recent political instability and the Syrian Civil War, the. History of Palestine and Syria to the Macedonian conquest.
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World Atlas, Hammond Medallion, The history of Syria covers events which occurred on the territory of the present Syrian Arab Republic and events which occurred in the region of present Syrian Arab Republic spans territory which was first unified in the 10th century BCE under the Neo-Assyrian Empire, the capital of which was the city of Assur, from which the name "Syria" most likely derives.
The Arab conquests: 7th century: One of the most dramatic and sudden movements of any people in history is the expansion, by conquest, of the Arabs in the 7th century (only the example of the Mongols in the 13th century can match it).
The desert tribesmen of Arabia form the bulk of the Muslim armies. B -- The History of the Levant from Alexander the Great to Herod the Great. ASSIGNMENT: Read Allen, C. ed.,The Broadman Bible Commentary Vol. 8, pages ; Keck, L.
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Syria: Conquest of by David. Syria: Conquest of by Jeroboam. Syria: Conquest of by Tiglath-Pileser, King of Assyria. Syria: Damascus the Capital of. Syria: David: Dedicated the Spoils of. Syria: David: Destroyed a Second Army of.
Syria: David: Destroyed the Army of, Which Assisted Hadadezer. Syria: David: Garrisoned and Made Tributary.The historical connexion of Macedonia with Syria and Palestine was of some centuries standing, and the Syrian cities of Edessa and Berrhoea, which had far outstripped their older namesakes, not to mention the Palestinian town of Pella, testify to the intimate relationship between the countries.
3.In the administrative reforms implemented by Darius I (reigned – bce), Phoenicia, Palestine-Syria, and Cyprus constituted the fifth province (satrapy) of the Persian empire (Herodotus, The History, Book III, chapter 91).