THE MAKING OF THE MIDDLE SEA
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
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The publication prepared by Cyprian Broodbank is a remarkably large scale synthesis on the origins of the Mediterranean sea, addressing both historical and archaeological aspects. In fact, this is maybe the firs analysis taking into account both those aspects.
The author has shed the light on the subject of the volume from different perspectives and such approach enables readers to learn a bit more about the history of the Mediterranean and get more information than is usually expected to be contained in similar publications. The work is quite complex - note that much of the evidence presented by the author has actually never been available to wider audience in high quality format.
The style of writing is very clear making the content easily understandable. Numerous photographs and plates are an outstanding supplement to the text part of the book, and shall be considered essential for the argument. The book offers its readers a truly invaluable and perfectly illustrated resource featuring excellent originality and depth.
The intelligent and compelling style of the author has made this massive and well-illustrated publication so popular in the different parts of the world not only among the specialists and scientists but also among general readers...
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