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Jeffrey P. Emanuel - Naval Warfare and Maritime Conflict in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Mediterranean
30.01.2023, 07:30

Монографията проучва начините, средствата и реализацията на военноморските конфликти в Източното Средиземноморие през Късната бронзова и Ранната желязна епохи: бурните столетия около XII в. пр. н.е., когато се осъществява цялостното пренареждане на международния политически и културен ред.
От военния флот на фараоните до борбата за оцеляване на Угарит, от набезите на критските пирати до нашествието на морските народи в Леванта, книгата описва в детайли как борбата за надмощие по море за пръв път в човешката история се оказва решаваща за съхранението на самата цивилизация.

Jeffrey P. Emanuel - Naval Warfare and Maritime Conflict in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Mediterranean, Leiden-Boston, Brill, 2021 [Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 117; Ancient Warfare 2]

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In Naval Warfare and Maritime Conflict in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Mediterranean, Jeffrey P. Emanuel examines the evidence for maritime violence in the Mediterranean region during both the Late Bronze Age and the tumultuous transition to the Early Iron Age in the years surrounding the turn of the 12th century BCE.

There has traditionally been little differentiation between the methods of armed conflict engaged in during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages, on both the coasts and the open seas, while polities have been alternately characterized as legitimate martial actors and as state sponsors of piracy. By utilizing material, documentary, and iconographic evidence and delineating between the many forms of armed conflict, Emanuel provides an up-to-date assessment not only of the nature and frequency of warfare, raiding, piracy, and other forms of maritime conflict in the Late Bronze Age and Late Bronze-Early Iron Age transition, but also of the extent to which modern views about this activity remain the product of inference and speculation.

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