Title: Ancient Ammonites and Modern Arabs 5000 ...
Publisher: American Center of Oriental Research-Amman (ACOR)
Book Condition: New
This readable and beautifully illustrated book on the life, culture, and history of the Madaba Plains explores the relationship between the human populations and physical environments of this region. The ancient Ammonites played a major role in the unfolding drama of life and survival in the fields, pasture lands, deserts, and mountains of the Transjordan. Modern counterparts maintain a similar struggle that in some ways resembles and in other ways differs from their ancient ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # LONANCIEN
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