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The Geography of the Ancient Near East: Mesopotamia, Egypt and Anatolia

Just as today's contemporary society is best understood within the context of changing environmental issues, so too cultural patterns of the past make much more sense if they are seen as interacting with physical features and related climatic elements. This unit introduces the main geographical features of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Anatolia, which together account for a large part of the ancient Near East.