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The present volume begins with an account of what is known about the remotest geological ages and comprises chapters on the different kinds of evidence concerning man and his physical environment up to the end of the Predynastic Period in Egypt and the parallel stages of development in Mesopotamia, Persia, Anatolia, Palestine, Cyprus, Greece and the Islands. To trace the history of these very early times it is necessary to rely chiefly on material remains, since writing had not then been invented. The text offers a setting against which the cultural progress of the historical epoch can be viewed. Archaeological investigation may be expected to bring to light more evidence to fill some of the present gaps in our knowledge, but already it is clear that the gulf between historical and prehistorical times in much of the ancient world is narrower than was once supposed.

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  • CHAPTER I - THE GEOLOGICAL AGES
    pp 1-34
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    The perspective of history begins with the origin of the earth, and develops through geological time until the stage is ultimately set for human evolution. This chapter reviews some salient episodes in the history of the two rigid masses and the intervening Tethys, and some of the views on the drastic changes of Tertiary time that have provided the framework of the present relief. It would be natural to suppose that the waters of the Tethys which spread over parts of the Eurasian and Afrasian platforms may also have covered an intervening tract in which the crustal structure was of oceanic type. Such assemblages are known in the Pennine Alps, in the Pindus Mountains, in the Zagros Mountains of Iran and elsewhere. The chapter also discusses mountains, rivers and seas such as the Mediterranean Sea, since these features belong to the latest periods of geological time: the Miocene, Pliocene and Quaternary.
  • CHAPTER III - PRIMITIVE MAN IN EGYPT, WESTERN ASIA AND EUROPE IN PALAEOLITHIC TIMES
    pp 70-121
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    The earliest record of man's presence in Egypt is written in the ancient gravels and silts of the Nile. Western Asia today can be roughly divided into sea coast, mountain and desert, with one great fertile basin, the Valley of the Two Rivers. From the prehistoric point of view Western Asia can be divided into four regions. These are the coast and coastal ranges of Syria-Lebanon-Palestine, the mountains and high plateau of Anatolia, the North Arabian Desert, and the mountains of southern Kurdistān. Yet although, in some territories more markedly than in others, the Mesolithic peoples were in essence epi-Palaeolithic, they developed a number of features peculiar to their particular phase of prehistory. Over much of south-western Europe and North Africa the earlier Mesolithic peoples were essentially epi-Palaeolithic, showing few innovations and indeed in many instances displaying a more or less marked falling away from earlier standards.
  • CHAPTER IV - THE EVIDENCE OF LANGUAGE
    pp 122-155
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    The evolution of a language through time is most conveniently described in terms of two distinct but related features: function and form. The changes which take place within the form of a language are of a very different sort and are to a great extent self-generated. Within a given linguistic community the complex nature of language makes it highly improbable that any two speakers use precisely the same form of the language. Though Egyptian and the Semitic languages of Asia share a host of diagnostic phenomena, there are too few common words to make glotto-chronological methods applicable with significant results. This chapter presents a detailed survey of the two large and well-attested language families whose members play a dominant role in the early history of western civilization: Hamito-Semitic or Afro-Asian and Indo- European or Indo-Hittite. It discusses some important isolated languages of early history, such as Sumerian, Hurrian, Urartian, and Elamite.
  • CHAPTER V - THE EARLIEST POPULATIONS OF MAN IN EUROPE, WESTERN ASIA AND NORTHERN AFRICA
    pp 156-172
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    The Australopithecines were widespread in Africa and if, as some suggest, related forms were present in South-east Asia, they could well have occurred in the eastern Mediterranean area at some time. Although in the area under consideration, the Australopithecine and Pithecanthropine groups are as yet poorly represented, the material available for the later stages of human differentiation is more satisfactory. The date of the emergence of Homo sapiens is still a controversial matter, mainly because palaeoanthropologists are not agreed on the precise morphological criteria that serve to delimit the fossil representatives of this human species. By the close of the Bronze Age, the racial history of Europe, western Asia and northern Africa may thus be said to have consisted of the gradual infiltration into an initial stratum of longheaded Mediterranean peoples, widespread in distribution in Late Neolithic times, of round-headed varieties of man.
  • CHAPTER VI - CHRONOLOGY
    pp 173-247
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    For the fixing in time of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom and the periods preceding it the key date is the seventh year of the reign of King Sesostris III. The reigns of the kings of the First and Second Dynasties were recorded year by year on the recto of a stone tablet of Annals carved in the Fifth Dynasty and represented today by fragments in Palermo, Cairo, and London. The date of the First Dynasty of Babylon is based on observations of Venus made during the reign of the tenth king of that dynasty, Ammisaduqa. Of key importance for the chronology of this period is the problem of the date of Saustatar, king of Mitanni. In the Old Babylonian Period people have a firm new synchronism in unpublished texts from Mari. These speak of Seplarpak, king of Anshan, also called sukkal of Elam, as well as another Elamite ruler, Kudushulush.
  • (b) - ANATOLIA BEFORE 4000 B.C.
    pp 304-326
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    The term Anatolia is used throughout this division to describe Turkey in Asia, including Cilicia, but excluding the regions east of the Amanus and south of the eastern Taurus, the cultures of which are evidently more related to those of Syria and northern Mesopotamia. Exported to Syria and Palestine since late Natufian times, the obsidian trade enriched Neolithic Anatolia, and ensured steady contact with regions south of the Taurus, rich in tabular flint. By far the most spectacular contribution of the Early Chalcolithic period in Anatolia is its fine painted pottery. Whereas a Middle Chalcolithic can be established in Cilicia as an equivalent for Tell Halaf in Mesopotamia and Syria, no such obvious division is practicable in Western Anatolia. Material of the Beycesultan Late Chalcolithic period overlies Hacilar I at a number of sites in south-west Anatolia, virtually ruling out the theoretical possibility of an overlap.
  • CHAPTER VIII - THE DEVELOPMENT OF CITIES FROM AL-‘UBAID TO THE END OF URUK 5
    pp 327-462
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    A-'Ubaid is a small site which lies about four miles west of Ur along the bank of an ancient canal. The remarkable series of developments embraced by the Urukand Jamdat Nasr periods in Babylonia affords many points of reference in defining the progress of civilization at centres far distant from the Tigris-Euphrates rivers. This chapter starts a survey with Babylonia which serves as a common denominator in assessing much of the technological progress that archaeology has revealed in prehistoric Assyria, Syria and Iran. The city of Eridu, which is concealed beneath the mounds now known as Abu Shahrain, lies above 12 miles south-south-west of Ur. Northern ceramic styles must have influenced the southern potters at a time when Halaf ware was widespread in prehistoric Assyria and in Syria. In addition, the mountains of Iran are rich in minerals, in stone and in metals.
  • (a) - PREDYNASTIC EGYPT
    pp 463-498
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    The Predynastic Period is the name given to the time before the first historical dynasty of Egypt as far back as people can trace an unbroken line of civilizations. The people who first ventured into the Nile Valley must have found a countryside very different from that of modern Egypt. Many of the shells used for personal ornaments came from the Persian Gulf. The civilization of Naqāda was discovered by Sir Flinders Petrie in the large cemeteries which he excavated near the modern village of Naqāda. The South Town of Naqada furnished the best collection of household flints at present known, but it is difficult to separate those of Naqāda I from those of Naqāda II. It must always be a precarious undertaking to deduce the religious beliefs of a people before the age of writing from the scanty material remains that have come down to people.
  • (b) - PALESTINE DURING THE NEOLITHIC AND CHALCOLITHIC PERIODS
    pp 499-538
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    This chapter focuses on the Palestine during the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods according to the successive stages of human development. It first reviews the first settlements in which there was a transition from an economy of food-gathering to an economy of production, villages of hunters who were beginning to be shepherds and farmers. The chapter discusses the villages of farmers and potters, who drew their main source of livelihood from the breeding of domestic animals and/or the cultivation of grain crops and who had a knowledge of pottery. It also focuses on villages of farmers, potters and metalworkers, who were beginning to work in, and make use of, copper. Over the entire edge of the Transjordanian plateau numerous dolmens are to be found, often assembled over wide areas. These megalithic monuments occur less frequently in Palestine, but are nevertheless distributed over the whole of the mountainous region, from Hebron to Galilee.
  • (c) - CYPRUS IN THE NEOLITHIC AND CHALCOLITHIC PERIODS
    pp 539-556
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    It is common place that Cyprus forms a stepping-stone between Europe and Asia, and that her history holds a mirror to the sequence of great powers. Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlements were first identified by Gjerstad and his Swedish colleagues when the sites at Phrenaros, Petra tou Limniti, Lapithos and Kythrea were excavated and published. Possibly a natural calamity, widespread in its effects, overwhelmed the frail grasp of the Neolithic I communities, followed by a substantial period when Cyprus was uninhabited. The brief post-earthquake phase at Sotira marks the end of Neolithic II. The most important of the transitional Chalcolithic II sites is at Ambelikou, four miles south of Soli. The fabric has been identified E. B. II contexts at Tarsus, hinting, perhaps, at the direction from which the subsequent settlement of Cyprus came in the Early Bronze Age.
  • CHAPTER X - THE STONE AGE IN THE AEGEAN
    pp 557-618
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    The existence of a Neolithic culture in the Aegean area was first recognized during the opening years of this century. The excavators have noted specifically the similarity between the material from their Levels VII-V and that from the Seidi Cave; they would term both Late Palaeolithic and Mesolithic. In no sense can the material assemblage known thus far from the Greek Aceramic Neolithic sites compare with that known from the East. All of the previous Ceramic Neolithic period Sesklo Theochares considers as a very long Early Neolithic period, which he then divides into four phases, the last of which corresponds to the old Thessaly A period. Burials of the Middle Neolithic period have been found at three places in the Peloponnese. The discussion of Neolithic Crete quite separately from the rest of the Aegean is justified by the very different nature of its material culture, except perhaps in its latest phase.
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