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Worlds of the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean

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Worlds of the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean brings alive the texts, archaeology and history of the cultures of the regions around the Mediterranean Sea and eastward to ancient Iran and Iraq, from the Neolithic through the Roman periods (ca 10,000 BCE-393 CE). Studies of one or more aspects of a single culture or of a subject across cultures in the regions outlined will form the foundation of this series, in which interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged. Studies can be based on texts, on material remains, or a combination of the two, where appropriate. In the case of a project that focuses on either the memory or the reception history of a place, person, myth, practice, or idea that arose or existed within the prescribed time, chapters that trace ongoing relevance to the present are welcome. The volumes are meant to be accessible to a wide audience interested in how the inhabitants of these parts of the world lived or how they understood their own pasts, presents, and futures, as well as how current scholars are understanding and recreating their pasts or their future aspirations.

Board Members:
Helen M. Dixon, Eastern Carolina University
Marian H. Feldman, The Johns Hopkins University
Thomas Harrrison, University of St Andrews
Raz Kletter, University of Helsinki
Jacob Lauinger, The Johns Hopkins University
Lynette Mitchell, Exeter University
Jorunn ├śkland, University of Oslo
Joachim Friedrich Quack, University of Heidelberg
Ian Shaw, Liverpool University
Jason Silverman, University of Helsinki
Joan Taylor, Kings College London