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New Edition of Ancient Cities

Explore life in the ancient world with the second edition of Charles Gates' Ancient Cities.  Including maps and historical summaries, and accompanied by a new companion website, this book brings to life the physical world of ancient city dwellers.  View inside the book.

In this new edition, you'll find:

  • reworked illustrations by Neslihan Yilmaz
  • a new chapter on Phoenician cities in the first millennium BC
  • new sections on Göbekli Tepe, the sensational Neolithic sanctuary; Sinope, a Greek city on the Black Sea coast; and cities of the western Roman Empire
  • a brand new companion site

Request your complimentary exam copy today!

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