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Power and identity at the margins of the ancient Near East


Power and Identity at the Margins of the Ancient Near East rethinks the dichotomy between antiquated terms such as "core" and "periphery," explores lived realities in the margins of central authority and centers those margins as places of resistance and power in their own right.--Provided by publisher.


Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Political culture -- Middle East -- History
Political culture -- Egypt -- History
Imperialism -- History
Middle East -- Civilization -- To 622
Middle East -- Antiquities
Egypt -- Civilization -- To 332 B.C.
Egypt -- Antiquities


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