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- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Steady States
- 2 Dynastic Change and Institutional Administration in Southern Mesopotamia in the Later Third Millennium BCE: Evidence from Seals and Sealing Practices
- 3 The Mesopotamian ‘Rod and Ring’: Icon of Righteous Kingship and Balance of Power between Palace and Temple
- 4 Social Change and the Transition from the Third Dynasty of Ur to the Old Babylonian Kingdoms <i>c</i>.2112–1595 BCE
- 5 The Transition of Babylonia from the Neo-Babylonian Empire to Achaemenid Rule
- 6 Persian Conquerors, Babylonian Captivators
- 7 The Royal Hunt in Islamic Art: a Symbol of Power or an Enduring Image?
- 8 The Hyksos in Egypt 1600 BCE: New Rulers without an Administration
- 9 Tradition, Innovation, and Researching the Past in Libyan, Kushite, and Saïte Egypt
- 10 Egypt in the Graeco–Roman World: from Ptolemaic Kingdom to Roman Province
- 11 New Rule over Old Structures: Egypt after the Muslim Conquest
- 12 Regime Change in Iraq from the Mongols to the Present: an Essay in <i>haute vulgarisation</i>
From Sargon of Agade to Saddam Hussein
- Regime Change in the Ancient Near East and Egypt
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