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207 p. : col. maps ; 20 cm.
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x, 130 p. ; 24 cm.
  • A window on the Middle East: Eliyahu Sasson and the israeli legation in Turkey, 1949-1952-- treading the tightrope - Israeli-Turkish relations, 1948-1958-- so near and yet so far - Greco-Israeli relations.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780714633213 20160527
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77 p. : ill. ; 21 x 30 cm.
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4. Le desert [2002]

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175 p. ; 21 cm.
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xi, 251 p. : 23 cm.
  • Orbits-- chancery practice-- Lingua Franca.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780700703098 20160527
The subject of this study is the language of commerce and diplomacy during the period from 1500 BCE to 1500 CE. Based on texts of chancery provenance, its aim is the identification of a linguistic sub-system that effected and informed the major channel of international relations. The standard procedures of contact and exchange generated a format that facilitated inter-lingual transfer of concepts and terms. Lingua Franca refers to the several natural languages that served as vehicle in the transfer, but also to the format itself.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780700703098 20160527
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238 p. + 1 pamphlet.
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7. Kruh naš [2009]

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140 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
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xvi, 522 p. ; 23 cm.
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118 p.
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389 p. ; 24 cm.
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383 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.
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xiii, 430 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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34 pages
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349 p. ; 24 cm.
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1 online resource.
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Rationale; Organization; Method; Reader Outcomes; Themes; Relevance and Applicability; References; Notes; Chapter 1 Production; 1.1 The Production Function; 1.2 The ""Law'' of Variable Proportions; 1.3 Substitution; 1.4 Measuring Substitution; 1.5 Specific ""Functional Forms'' for Production Functions; 1.6 Attributing Products to Inputs: Distributing Income from Production; 1.7 Efficiency and the Choice of How to Produce; 1.8 Predictions of Production Theory 1: Input Price Changes.
  • 1.9 Predictions of Production Theory 2: Technological Changes1.10 Stocks and Flows; 1.11 The Distribution of Income; 1.12 Production Functions in Achaemenid Babylonia; References; Suggested Readings; Notes; Chapter 2 Cost and Supply; 2.1 The Cost Function; 2.2 Short Run and Long Run; 2.3 The Relationship between Cost and Production; 2.4 Producers' Objectives; 2.5 Supply Curves; 2.6 Demands for Factors of Production; 2.7 Factor Costs in General: Wages and Rents; 2.8 Allocation of Factors across Activities; 2.9 Organizing Production: The Firm; 2.10 A More General Treatment of Cost Functions.
  • 2.11 The Economics of Mycenaean Vases, I: Supply and Cost2.12 Accounting for Apparent Cost Changes in Minoan Pottery; 2.13 Production in an Entire Economy: The Production Possibilities Frontier; References; Suggested Readings; Notes; Chapter 3 Consumption; 3.1 Rationality of the Consumer; 3.2 The Budget; 3.3 Utility and Indifference Curves; 3.4 Demand; 3.5 Demand Elasticities; 3.6 Aggregate Demand; 3.7 Evaluating Changes in Wellbeing; 3.8 Price and Consumption Indexes; 3.9 Intertemporal Choice; 3.10 Durable Goods and Discrete Choice; 3.11 Variety and Differentiated Goods.
  • 3.12 Value of Time and Household Production3.13 Risk, Risk Aversion, and Expected Utility; 3.14 Irrational Behavior; 3.15 Fixed Prices; 3.16 Applying Demand Concepts: Relationships between Housing Consumption, Housing Prices, and Incomes in Pompeii; 3.17 The Economics of Mycenaean Vases, II: Demand; References; Suggested Readings; Notes; Chapter 4 Industry Structure and the Types of Competition; 4.1 Perfect Competition; 4.2 Competitive Equilibrium; 4.3 Monopoly; 4.4 Oligopoly; 4.5 Monopolistic Competition; 4.6 Contestable Markets; 4.7 Buyer's Power: Monopsony.
  • 4.8 The Economics of Mycenaean Vases, III: Industry Structure4.9 Ancient Monopoly and Oligopoly: Religion and Foreign Trade; References; Suggested Readings; Notes; Chapter 5 General Equilibrium; 5.1 General Equilibrium as a Fact and as a Model; 5.1.1 The facts; 5.1.2 The models; 5.1.3 The questions; 5.2 The Walrasian Model; 5.3 Exchange; 5.4 The Two-Sector Model; 5.4.1 The basics with the Lerner-Pearce diagram; 5.4.2 Growth in factor supplies; 5.4.3 Technical change; 5.5 Existence and Uniqueness of Equilibrium; 5.6 Computable General Equilibrium Models; References; Suggested Readings; Notes.
Economic Theory and the Ancient Mediterranean presents a comprehensive introduction to the application of contemporary economic theory to the ancient societies of the Mediterranean Sea from the period of 5000 BCE to 400 CE. * Offers an accessible presentation of modern economic theory and its relationships to ancient societies * Presents innovative expositions and applications of economic theory to issues in antiquity not often found in the literature * Features insightful discussions of the relevance of contemporary economic models to various situations in antiquity * Written for a broad range of scholars of ancient Mediterranean regions, including archaeologists, ancient historians, and philologists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118627990 20161114

16. Mediterranean politics [1994 - ]

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v. ; 22-24 cm.
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172 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction / Jean-Michel Spieser Qal'at Sem'an et Deir Sem'an : naissance et développement d'un lieu de pèlerinage durant l'Antiquité tardive / Jean-Pierre Sodini, Jean-Luc Biscop Topographie chrétienne de l'antique Péluse (Farama) en Égypte / Charles Bonnet Église Saint-Polyeucte à Constantinople : nouvelle solution pour l'énigme de sa reconstitution / Jonathan Bardill Un groupe épiscopal africain au Ve et au VIe siècle : Aradi (Sidi Midi, Tunisie) / Aïcha Ben Abed, Michel Fixot.
"Ce volume réunit la présentation par quelques chercheurs réputés des derniers résultats de leurs travaux sur le terrain. Le thème commun est l'architecture paléochrétienne dans l'Orient méditerranéen. La plus grande place est accordée à quelques monuments prestigieux, objets d'études nouvelles qui renouvellent l'état de nos connaissances ou qui ont été découverts récemment. Les fouilles de ces dernières années, présentées par Charles Bonnet, ont rappelé l'importance de la ville de Péluse, à l'Est de l'ancienne branche orientale du delta du Nil, en mettant au jour des monuments originaux et de grande qualité. Les dernières études de Jean-Pierre Sodini et de Jean-Luc Biscop, sur l'ensemble de Qalat Sem'an, construit autour de la colonne de Syméon le Stylite, aboutissent à des conclusions assurées sur la restitution de ce monument. Il en va de même pour le sanctuaire célèbre de Saint-Polyeucte à Constantinople, pour lequel Jonathan Bardill précise la restitution qu'il propose. Enfin la fouille de Sidi Jdidi (Aradi) en Tunisie, due à Aïcha Ben Abed et Michel Fixot, montre un ensemble beaucoup plus modeste, tel qu'on en trouve dans les petites cités de l'antiquité tardive, dont on néglige trop souvent les spécificités."--Page 4 of cover.
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xi, 180 p., 2 p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, plans ; 30 cm.
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xiii, 752 p. ; 25 cm.
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xiv, 124 p. ; 25 cm.
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