First Cities

First Cities Written by leading scholars each book in this series provides an up to date assessment of a particular area of the ancient world Abundantly illustrated in full color the series places readers at the

  • Title: First Cities
  • Author: Anthony P. Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780895990433
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Hardcover
  • First Cities

    Written by leading scholars, each book in this series provides an up to date assessment of a particular area of the ancient world Abundantly illustrated in full color, the series places readers at the cutting edge of modern archaeological thinking.Ranging from the Shang civilization in China to the Cities of the Gods in Mesoamerica, this book reveals why cities first emerWritten by leading scholars, each book in this series provides an up to date assessment of a particular area of the ancient world Abundantly illustrated in full color, the series places readers at the cutting edge of modern archaeological thinking.Ranging from the Shang civilization in China to the Cities of the Gods in Mesoamerica, this book reveals why cities first emerged and how they flourished across the preindustrial world.

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    1. Nicholas

      A compact but still quite informative volume detailing some of the earliest urban settlements. The book is almost entirely based on archaeological evidence, which at times forces the author to be frustratingly uncertain in his conclusions, but such is often the way of ancient history. All in all a good read for anyone interested in subjects like urban development or simply the very early history of civilisation.

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