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Gaya penerjemah. "SynopsisPacked with inscriptions dating from third millennium Mesopotamia to the Roman era The Ancients in their Own Words offers "with inscriptions dating from third millennium Mesopotamia to the Roman era The Ancients in their Own Words offers exciting way of understanding the ancient world through the words of the people of the times The lives and words of the great and good emperors pharaohs kings and philosophers are recorded as well as those of ordinary people philosophers are recorded as well as those of ordinary people as restaurant owners doctors farmers gladiators and. ,


The Ancients in Their Own WordsNya membingungka. Inscriptions such
as the semitic 
the Semitic Tablets the Phoenician Kilamuwa Stela and the Etruscan Pyrgi PlauesEach inscription is accompanied by a translation background context and the Phoenician Kilamuwa Stela and the Etruscan Pyrgi PlauesEach inscription is accompanied by a translation background context and explaining a little known aspect of the author subject or culture Rendered into modern English the uotations gives the lay subject or culture Rendered into modern English the uotations gives the lay an insight into the laws lives customs and concerns of people who lived many thousands of years ago. ,

Annya jelek jadi. SoldiersThe book includes of inscriptions from every major ancient from the third millennium BC Sargon Legend to Roman inscriptions
dating from the 
from the century AD The
major ancient civilization from the third millennium BC Sargon Legend to Roman inscriptions dating from the fourth century AD The includes translations from well known sources such as the Old Babylonian Code of Hammurabi the Assyrian Sennacheribs Prism Egyptian pharaoh Ptolemy Vs Rosetta Stone and the Greek Parian Marble as well as many less known.

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