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Order, legitimacy, and wealth in ancient states

Autor Richards,J. / M.(Eds) Van Buren

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Order, legitimacy, and wealth in ancient states
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In a very influential paper published in 1994, John Baines and Norman Yoffee produced the first analysis to examine the impact of wealth and high culture on the development of states. The contributors to this book apply that model to a range of ancie...

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  • Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • ISBN13 9780521776714
  • ISBN10 0521776716
  • Tipo LIBRO
  • Páginas 163
  • Año de Edición 2000
  • Encuadernación Rústica

Order, legitimacy, and wealth in ancient states

Autor Richards,J. / M.(Eds) Van Buren

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

In a very influential paper published in 1994, John Baines and Norman Yoffee produced the first analysis to examine the impact of wealth and high culture on the development of states. The contributors to this book apply that model to a range of ancie...

-5% dto.    41,81€
39,72€
Ahorra 2,09€
No disponible, consulte disponibilidad
Envío gratis
España peninsular

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In a very influential paper published in 1994, John Baines and Norman Yoffee produced the first analysis to examine the impact of wealth and high culture on the development of states. The contributors to this book apply that model to a range of ancient states around the world, providing evidence on the production and uses of "high culture," literature and monumental architecture. There are chapters on Mesoamerica, the Andes, the Indus Valley, China, and Greece, while others expand on the original Egypt-Mesopotamia comparison.

Contributors:
Mary Van Buren, Janet Richards, John Baines, Norman Yoffee, David O'Connor, Rosemary A. Joyce, Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, Susan E. Alcock, Bennet Bronson, Elizabeth M. Brumfiel