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Jill L. Baker, Technology of the Ancient Near East. From the Neolithic
to the Early Roman Period. London; New York: Routledge, 2019.

Reviewed by Shiyanthi Thavapalan, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology
and the Ancient World, Brown University

The volume under review by Jill Baker is envisioned as a textbook
about the most important technologies from ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia
(modern Iraq and parts of Iran and Syria), Anatolia (modern Turkey and
parts of Armenia) and Canaan (modern Israel, Palestine, Jordan and
parts of Syria), that seeks to reveal how they contributed to the
creation and development of these civilizations.

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