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The Archaeology of Elam: Formation and Transformation of an Ancient Iranian State (Cambridge World Archaeology) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. August 2008


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'This is the most comprehensive and detailed study of the many Elamite worlds that existed over the course of the millennia.' The Times Higher Education Supplement

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Few major peoples of the ancient Near East have been as little studied as the Elamites, despite their impact from c. 2600 BC to the first centuries AD. This first synthesis in English of Elamite archaeology in over fifteen years will be a major resource for scholars and students.

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Ancient Elam becomes More Intelligible 18. November 2000
Von Mr John Lindsay - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a well designed and well produced textbook, which seems to have been organised with students and teachers in mind. Potts has given us a cohesive and logically developed narrative; a big advance on the two chapters by the late René Labat in the 3rd edition of the Cambridge Ancient History. Pott's aim has been "to provide a cogent, readable synthesis of Elam" (p. xxi). And he has achieved this admirably. Features of the text of the book are the summaries at the beginning of each chapter (`text boxes'), the clear site maps for each chapter, and the chronological outlines. All very useful.
The book is cultural and historical as well as archaeological in character and in its emphasis. The contents deal with pottery, seals, sculpture, glyptic art, rock reliefs, the texts of clay documents, inscriptions, architecture, site plans, ivories, coins, figurines, burials and grave goods. Comprehensiveness and scope are notable marks of this book, in the search for the origins and the influence of Elam. It covers its pre-history (c. late fifth millennium B.C.) and continues all the way to the eighth century A.D.
In this volume, Elam and the Elamites are dealt with as a polity in their own right, and not merely seen as a troublesome heterogeneous nation in relation to its neighbours, the Assyrians, Babylonians and Persians. Potts stresses the chameleon-like character ("transformations") of Elam over the centuries, as viewed through the lens of contrasting if not conflicting sources of evidence. He argues that courte durée, rather than longue durée, is the historical concept which best helps to account for the periodic changes which characterised the history Elam.
Despite the incompleteness of the data, Potts has succeeded in bringing Elam and its people into sharper focus than has hitherto been the case. It is a worthy successor to Carter and Stolper's Elam: Surveys of Political History and Archaeology (1984), which was probably the best synthesis of that land and its culture before the advent of the present volume. Professor Potts is to be congratulated on his achievement. Particularly on his desire to communicate the results of his research to his readers in a format and language which strive to make the significance of these results clear and intelligible. This new work should become a standard text in the hands of teaching staff and students alike in tertiary institutions for some time to come.
The illustrations and plates are clear, relevant and help to elucidate the text and its interpretation. A copious 35 page bibliography and a generally adequate index round off the volume.
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The Little-Mentioned Elamites 17. August 2014
Von Mark D. Hornbogen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Elam is another of those ancient empires that you do not hear about much. Professor Potts gives a thorough look at Elamites and their history. I am glad I added this to my library on ancient history.
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A wonderful book 8. Januar 2006
Von M. Wahedi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While Elam civilization looks as not important or as a minor one for many other historians, Mr. Potts created a great book about these forgotten ancient Iranian people. I enjoyed reading the book a lot. Thank you for your great courage.

I hope you will continue this great job by writing a book about the Medes. That is also a forgotton civilization.
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