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Constituent, Confederate, and Conquered Space

The Emergence of the Mittani State

Ed. by Cancik-Kirschbaum, Eva / Brisch, Nicole / Eidem, Jesper

Series:Topoi – Berlin Studies of the Ancient World/Topoi – Berliner Studien der Alten Welt 17

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    April 2014
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    The Mittani empire is one of the most enigmatic political structures in Mesopotamian history. Reconstructing the emergence and the organisation of this state, whose territory encompassed Upper Mesopotamia touching the Levant and the piedmont plains of the Zagros in the East at the height of its power, is exceedingly difficult. Cuneiform specialists, archeologists and historians discuss the Mittani state with regard to modes of spatial organisation co- and preexisting in the region.

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    viii, 290 pages
    Div. Abb.
    English, French
    Type of Publication:
    Mittani; Mesopotamia

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    E. Cancik-Kirschbaum, Freie Universität Berlin; N. Brisch, University of Copenhagen; J. Eidem, University of Amsterdam.

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