By Karen Radner
State Correspondence within the historical World introduces the reader to the nation correspondences of centralized states and empires of the Mediterranean and the center East from the fifteenth century BC to the sixth century advert, and analyses their function in making sure the soundness of those geographically broad kingdom platforms.
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