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This book combines archaeological and textual evidence to outline the process of mourning, burying, and venerating dead elites in Early Dynastic Mesopotamia. It argues that these ritual acts constituted a locus of ideological production and empowerment for early rulers.

Produktbeschreibung
This book combines archaeological and textual evidence to outline the process of mourning, burying, and venerating dead elites in Early Dynastic Mesopotamia. It argues that these ritual acts constituted a locus of ideological production and empowerment for early rulers.
Autorenporträt
Andrew C. Cohen, Ph.D. (2001) in Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College is Senior Analyst at the Cultural Heritage Center in Washington, DC. He has participated in archaeological fieldwork most recently in Turkey and Syria. This is his first book.