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Rethinking the Mediterranean Hardcover – April 7, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0199265459 ISBN-10: 0199265453 Edition: 1st

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...a useful, incisive critique. Philip de Souza, Journal of Hellenic Studies For anyone who has read The Corrupting Sea or who hasa professional academic interest in the Mediterranean in any period, this stimulating collection is required reading. John Bennet, Anthropology The contributors Harris marshalls are a constellation bright enough to guide any historical navigator... [an] enormously valuable book. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, Times Literary Supplement

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W. V. Harris is Shepherd Professor of History at Columbia University.
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