Teaching the Hidden Riches of the Ancient Near East

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August Ancient Near East Today

By: Christopher B. Hays

Anyone who spends time with Ancient Near Eastern texts knows their joys and wonders. But making them come alive in students’ imaginations can be a challenge. Most students come to college and graduate school with at most a glimpse of Hammurabi or Rameses II from a world history class and are prone to think of Roman antiquity as impossibly old. (Let’s be honest: Some (more…)

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