The Ancient Mesopotamian City (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Ancient Mesopotamian City Urban history starts in Mesopotamia: the earliest known cities developed there as a result of long indigenous processes. This work examines urban life in the period, investigating urban topography, the role of cities as centres of culture, political and social structure, economy and the arts.
- Published: 09 December 1999
- Format: Paperback 286 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780198152866 ISBN 10: 0198152868
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Urban history starts in Mesopotamia: the earliest known cities developed there as a result of long indigenous processes and, for millennia, the city determined every aspect of Mesopotamian civilization. Marc Van De Mieroop examines urban life in the historical period, investigating urban topography, the role of cities as centres of culture, their political and social structures, economy, literature, and the arts. He draws on material from the entirety of Mesopotamian history, from c. 3000 to 300 BC, and from both Babylonia and Assyria, arguing that the Mesopotamian city can be regarded as a prototype that inspired the rest of the ancient world and shared characteristics with the European cities of antiquity.