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|Valério, Miguel. Kubaba 1 (2010) |
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|Title:||Kubaba 1 (2010)|
|Subtitle:||Journal of Ancient Southwest Asia and Eastern Mediterranean Studies|
|Editor Miguel Valério |
|Language:||Portuguese, English, Spanish, Italian, French|
|Format:||Paperback, Black, 6 x 9 in|
Kubaba is a peer-reviewed journal concerned with the period from the emergence of writing and complex societies (4th millennium BCE) down to the beginnings of the Classical Era. The geographical scope of the journal encompasses the Eastern Mediterranean ? together with the Aegean and Cyprus ? and Southwestern Asia, this last region including not only the traditional Ancient Near East but also the Caucasus and Arabian Peninsula. Kubaba seeks furthermore to explore the interaction between these areas and other Mediterranean or Eurasian contexts.
Contributions may come from a wide range of disciplines, including Anthropology, Archaeology, Epigraphy, History, Historical Linguistics, among others. Interdisciplinary approaches are welcome.
|Valério, Miguel. Kubaba 1 (2010)|
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