The ancient history of the near east: from the earliest times to the battle of Salamis
by Hall, H. R
- Fair with no dust jacket
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- The ancient history of the near east: from the earliest times to the battle of Salamis
- Hall, H. R
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- Second Edition
- Methuen & Company
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- Phoenicia, Assyria, Egypt, Persia, Prehistory, Pharaohs
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