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21. Education World® - *History : By Region : Middle East : General Resources
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22. Best Links About Middle East History
range of archaeological material and ancient art from Jordan, Lebanon and Israel); anatolia (Turkey); Arabia Maps of the Islamic middle east From Princton
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23. Best ANCIENT ART OF MIDDLE EAST Information Online -
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24. - Greece Genealogy
the German excavations of the ancient site at Regional map of the middle east and eastern Mediterranean Hellespont and Bosporus in western anatolia showing the

25. AIA - Fieldwork - Archaeological Fieldwork Bibliography: Near & Middle East
Bibliography Near and middle east Akurgal, Ekrem. New York, 1984. Lloyd, Seton. ancient Turkey A Traveller’s History of anatolia. Berkeley, 1989.

26. MSN Encarta - Middle East
David, the first two kings of ancient Israel, in ad Christianity had spread beyond the middle east to parts of By 600 most of anatolia, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and
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27. The Classical And Medieval Views Of Mesopotamia
2,000 years had passed during which knowledge of the ancient middle east was derived during 401399 BC) of Greek mercenaries who crossed anatolia, made their
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The classical and medieval views of Mesopotamia Rediscovery in modern times Before the first excavations in Mesopotamia , about 1840, nearly 2,000 years had passed during which knowledge of the ancient Middle East was derived from three sources only: the Bible Greek and Roman authors, and the excerpts from the writings of Berosus , a Babylonian who wrote in Greek . In 1800 very little more was known than in AD 800, although these sources had served to stir the imagination of poets and artists, down to Sardanapalus (1821) by the 19th-century English poet Lord Byron Apart from the building of the Tower of Babel , the Old Testament mentions Mesopotamia only in those historical contexts in which the kings of Assyria and Babylonia affected the course of events in Israel and Judah : in particular Tiglath-pileser III Shalmaneser V , and Sennacherib , with their policy of deportation, and the Babylonian Exile introduced by Nebuchadrezzar II.

28. Great Ancient Civilizations Of Asia Minor (Detailed Description)
Great ancient Civilizations of Asia Minor (24 lectures The Hellenic cities of anatolia not only adapted great Muslim empire in the middle east and Mediterranean
Course Lecture Titles
  • Introduction to Anatolia First Civilizations in Anatolia The Hittite Empire Hattušaš and Imperial Hittite Culture Origins of Greek Civilization The Legend of Troy Iron Age Kingdoms of Asia Minor Emergence of the Polis Ionia and Early Greek Civilization The Persian Conquest Athenian Empire and Spartan Hegemony Alexander the Great and the Diadochoi The Hellenization of Asia Minor Rome versus the Kings of the East Prosperity and Roman Patronage Gods and Sanctuaries of Roman Asia Minor Jews and Early Christians From Rome to Byzantium Constantinople, Queen of Cities The Byzantine Dark Age Byzantine Cultural Revival Crusaders and Seljuk Turks Muslim Transformation The Ottoman Empire

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    29. ALMISBAH: (Virtual) Exhibitions (WWW)
    Subject, Arab World, Near and middle east Cultural History. Oriental Institute; museum; Egypt; Mesopotamia; Iran; Syria; Palestine; anatolia; ancient Near east
    (Virtual) Exhibitions (WWW)
    Subject Islamic Studies: Cultural History, Sciences Arab World, Near and Middle East: History, Politics URL Keywords DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 2. Armenian Artists Subject Armenia: Cultural History URL Keywords Yerevan; Armenia; art; artists; painters; sculptors DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 3. L'art du livre arabe Subject Islamic Studies: Cultural History, Sciences Arab World, Near and Middle East: Cultural History URL Keywords exhibition; arabic calligraphy; Paris; illumination; books; manuscripts; miniature painting DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 4. Art of the Silk Road Subject Turkey and Turkic Peoples in (South-)East Europe and the Russian Federation: The Region: Cultural History Turkic Peoples of Middle Asia: The Region: Cultural History URL Keywords silk road; Central Asia; culture; art; exhibition DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 5. Darat al Funun (Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation)

    30. ALMISBAH: Regions, Nations And Peoples: Arab World, Near And Middle East: Cultur
    museum; Egypt; Mesopotamia; Iran; Syria; Palestine; anatolia; ancient Near east coins; organizations; islamic coins; online articles; middle east; North Africa
    Regions, Nations and Peoples: Arab World, Near and Middle East: Cultural History (WWW)
    1. Arab-esque Dance Project : The Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, Western Asia Source Type Topical Websites URL Keywords dance; Middle East; North Africa; Central Asia; Asia DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 2. The Arabic Music Network Source Type Topical Websites URL Keywords arabic music; video clips; musicians; MP3; MIDI files DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 3. Arab Music : Bibliography Source Type Special Bibliographies URL Keywords bibliography; arabic music; turkish music; art DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 4. The Arab Writers Union Source Type Organizations and Societies URL Keywords organizations; writers; publications; journals; arabic literature; online publications DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 5. ArchNet Source Type Communication Forums URL Keywords islamic art; culture; scholars; architecture; islamic architecture; city planning; islamic countries; Middle East; online articles; Muqarnas; pictures; Mimar DETAILS Contents Clarity Index Links 6. Ars orientalis : a scholarly journal on Asian art and archaeology

    31. Cultural Travel Index Of Middle East Tour Hosts
    Host ID 396 (England) Destination middle east Theme History. Paul in anatolia, to the monasteries in Egypt ancient Grecian sites following the search for the
    There are 37 Tour Hosts for Destination Middle East
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    32. Department Of The Ancient Near East
    Center for Archaeology of the middle east Landscape (CAMEL) Tony Wilkinson uses his of Art, New York, USA The Department of ancient Near eastern Art. anatolia.
    links General



    General ABZU The ultimate guide to the Ancient Near East on the Internet. Aerial Photographic Archive for Archaeology in the Middle East An Australian project archive of aerial photographs of sites in the Near East, particularly t he 1953 Hunting Aerial Survey of Jordan. Akkadica Lists Ancient Near Eastern collections in museums and other institutions across the world; outlines Assyriological courses in Belgium; provides an author index for the journal Akkadica. Ancient Near East.Com An excellent resource which includes a valuable guide to internet resources - "The Brum Index". Art History Resources on the Web Comprehensive resource listings by Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe. Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East BANEA The British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology The British Society for Middle Eastern Studies Center for Archaeology of the Middle East Landscape (CAMEL)
    Tony Wilkinson uses his extensive fieldwork experience from the Near East to demonstrate changing patterns of landscape use in antiquity. Case studies are drawn from Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Yemen.

    33. Ancient History Trivia Quizzes And Quiz Questions
    chief cities/capitals of some ancient middle east Empires.Some provincial organisation of the middle east.I give Hatti The Hittites entered anatolia, which we
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    World History strictly B.C. Tough Aug 20 00 The World in 1000...B.C.
    This quiz is a very general survey of what the world looked like politically in 1000 B.C. Keep in mind that some dates are approximations...1000 B.C. was a long time ago after all! Have fun! Difficult May 31 02 thejazzkickazz Ancient Geography
    Twenty multiple choice questions on ancient locations and peoples. Tough Jul 02 03 ironikinit Antique Battles And Warfare
    There was a time that the study of history focused on battles only. Now that the perspective has changed, we might begin to forget that after all victory or defeat in battles DOES matter. Check your expertise. Average Apr 09 02 flem-ish Fall of Massada Massada was the last stand of the Jewish rebellion against the mighty Roman Empire. Massada's doom was tragic. See what you know of the events surrounding the incident.

    34. Anatolia: Travel Information And Photographs Of Turkey
    the eastern provinces of Turkey, eastern anatolia, is indeed a vacation, full of remains of ancient and lost is perhaps the safest country in the middle east.
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    Turkey Travel Guide
    This site is to share travel experiences and photo albums of independent travel in Turkey. It provides travel information and travel tips for vacations and tours in Eastern and Central Anatolia.
    Here you find a comprehensive photo album, travel information, and a trip report or travelogue about the journeys made during my recent vacations in Turkey, with special focus on Eastern Anatolia and Central Anatolia. Apart from the picture gallery of historical sites and Turkish towns and cities, I include travel tips and information such as useful contacts and links to hotels and pensions. I also give background information about Turkish culture, history and archeology of the respective tourist places or archeological sites. Photographs and trip reports of the following cities and places can be found here: Dogubayazit (Dogubeyazit) Van Hosap Castle Cavustepe ... Harran with its beehive houses, Mount Nemrut or Mount Nemrod (Kahta, Commagene)

    35. Links Turkey: Seljuk Empire & Culture
    anatolia and other parts of the middle east during the the influx of Islamic culture to the ancient Armenian city and empire that thrived in anatolia during the
    Back to index Submit a site Report a Broken Link English Startpage ... Ana Sayfa Links Turkey: Seljuk / Seljuq (15) U.C. =Under Construction Related categories: Byzantine Empire (U.C.), Danishmend Dynasty (U.C), Karamanid Dynasty (U.C.), Ottoman Empire (U.C.), Sufism Subcategories: Seljuk Empire Seljuk Culture The Seljuk Empire Anatolian Seljuks Highlights the Seljuk Turks whose empire and civilization ruled Anatolia and other parts of the Middle East during the 11th and 12th centuries. City of Ani Under Moslem Rule - Seljuks in Armenia Details the invasion of Ani by the Seljuks in 1064 AD. Describes the influx of Islamic culture to the ancient Armenian city, now in Turkey. MSN Encarta - Seljuks Describes the 11 and 12th century Turkish dynasty. Seljuk Empire Essay examines the history of the Seljuk civilization and empire that thrived in Anatolia during the 11th and 12th centuries. Seljuks - Essay Essay by Jim Coles chronicles the development of the ancient Seljuk Sultanate, an empire that ruled Anatolia, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Seljuks - History of Anatolia Explores the ancient civilization and empire of the Seljuks, a group of warriors from Central Asia who ruled Anatolia in the 11th century.

    36. History Directory - Countries, Gods, Kings, Generals, Systems
    a time that, for both the middle east and for States; Delian League confederacy of ancient Greek states created by Turkish tribes in anatolia; Philiki Etaireia
    • Greece country in the Balkan Peninsular Greece, History of From insurgence to independence Greece Today (Greek Text) Hellas, from Agamemnon to the 21st Century Searching for an escape or an unconventional Non System India The development of Indian civilization India The beginning of the historical period, c. 500-150 BC India 150 BC-AD 300 India AD 300-750 India 750-c. 1200 Iran - Persian History (A) The Achaemenid dynasty Iran - Persian History (B) History of the Iranian Plateau from prehistoric times to the present. The article covers as well the succession of ancient empires centered there, the borders of which extended beyond those of the present country Phrygia the name of a large district of Asia Minor in ancient times, derived from a people whom the Greeks called Phryges; i.e., freemen Troy ancient city in northwestern Anatolia that holds an enduring place in both literature and archaeology
    • Ahura Mazda Supreme god in ancient Iranian religion Orpheus hero endowed with superhuman musical skills Tirthankara a saviour who has succeeded in crossing over life's stream of rebirths and has made a path for others to follow Vishnu one of the principal Hindu deities, worshiped as the protector and preserver of the world and restorer of dharma (moral order)

    37. A History Of The Guitar - 1000 Great Guitar Sites On The Web
    Hittites, Hittites, ancient people of Asia Minor and the middle east, inhabiting what is now anatolia, Turkey, and some areas of northern Syria.
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    14. Ancient Civilisations Mesopotamia
    Cradle of Civilization
    Known as the "cradle of civilization", Mesopotamia served as the site for some of the world's earliest settlements. It occupied the area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that now constitutes the greater part of Iraq. The Sumerian civilization, which began in the region in about 3500 BC, built a canal system and the world's first cities.
    Step Pyramid, Saqqara, 2700 BC Egyptian Art and Architecture - the buildings, paintings, sculpture, and allied arts of ancient Egypt, from prehistoric times to its conquest by the Romans in 30 BC. Egypt had the longest unified history of any civilization in the ancient Mediterranean, extending with few interruptions from about 3000 BC to the 4th century AD . The nature of the country, fertilized and united by the Nile, and its semi-isolation from outside cultural influences, produced an artistic style that changed little during this long period. Art in all its forms was devoted principally to the service of the pharaoh, who was considered a god on earth, to the state, and to religion. From early times a belief in a life after death dictated that the dead be buried with material goods to their ensure well-being for eternity.
    Cuneiform writing
    of wedge-shaped
    strokes Sumerian Language - language of the peoples of the ancient kingdom of Sumer in Mesopotamia. Its vocabulary, grammar, and syntax do not appear to be related to those of any other known language. The oldest language preserved in writing, Sumerian was written in cuneiform script. Its earliest records date from about

    38. Ancient Greek 0r Hellenic Civilization
    ancient Greek (or Hellenic) Civilization A brief cultural The coasts and islands of anatolia were occupied advanced cultures of the middle east and transmitted
    Ancient Greek (or Hellenic) Civilization
    A brief cultural overview, background to the study of Greek Pottery. The Emergence of the Greeks - an historical outline
    The Expansion of the of Greeks (or Helenes)- Historical reminder.
    From about 800 BC there was a further Greek expansion through the founding of colonies overseas. The coasts and islands of Anatolia were occupied from south to north by the Dorians, Ionians, and Aeolians, respectively. In addition, individual colonies were strung out around the shores of the Black Sea in the north and across the eastern Mediterranean to Naukratis on the Nile delta and in Cyrenaica and also in the western Mediterranean in Sicily, lower Italy, and Massalia (Marseille). Thus, the Hellenes, as they called themselves thereafter, came into contact on all sides with the old, advanced cultures of the Middle East and transmitted many features of these cultures to western Europe. This, along with the Greeks' own achievements, laid the foundations of European civilization.
    The Evolution of Greek Civilization - historical outline
    A Common Character and a Common Language
    The Hellenes, however, always felt themselves to be one people. They were conscious of a common character and a common language, and they practiced only one religion. Furthermore, the great athletic contests and artistic competitions had a continually renewed unifying effect. The Hellenes possessed a keen intellect, capable of abstraction, and at the same time a supple imagination. They developed, in the form of the belief in the unity of body and soul, a serene, sensuous conception of the world. Their gods were connected only loosely by a theogony that took shape gradually; in the Greek religion there was neither revelation nor dogma to oppose the spirit of inquiry.

    39. Racial Cauldron: Rome And The Middle East
    are the only reminders of the ancient rulers of of the centuries of mixing in the middle east was that Egypt and the states of central anatolia (eastern Turkey
    MARCH OF THE TITANS - A HISTORY OF THE WHITE RACE Chapter 16 : Racial Cauldron - Rome and the Near Middle East The story of Roman expansion to the east is no less dramatic than that of its extension to the west - the major difference was that in racial terms, the effect of occupying areas to the east was far greater than the areas in the west. In fact, it was the extension of the Empire to the east which ultimately led to its downfall, for through the inclusion of eastern territories, vast numbers of people were drawn into Rome who shared a different genetic inheritance than the original founders - unlike the situation in the West. Once again, as had been the case with every great civilization before it, Rome fell because the original people who created the Empire disappeared: submerged into a mass of foreigners - replaced by immigrants and the descendants of slaves brought in from all over North Africa, the wider Mediterranean and the Middle and Near East. Above: The full extent of the Roman Empire in the east is shown here: From the Tigris-Euphrates Rivers to the southern reaches of the Nile - in this way masses of mixed race peoples from this region were given access to Rome itself. RACIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EAST PRIOR TO THE ROMAN EXPANSION Prior to the Roman expansion into the Middle and Near East, the process of racial integration in that region had proceeded apace. Original Nordic Indo-European and Old European Mediterranean types had all but vanished by the year 100 BC. In the space of a few hundred years, large numbers of Indo-Europeans had been completely submerged into the far faster breeding Semitic, Arabic and Asian elements filling up the Middle and Near East.

    40. Random House Trade | A Middle East Mosaic By Bernard Lewis
    The middle east, along with China and India, is one of the three most ancient regions of and Mesopotamia, on the high plateaus of Iran and anatolia, in the

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