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  • Asia -- Civilization.,
  • Asia -- History.,
  • Middle East -- Civilisation.,
  • Middle East -- History.

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Includes bibliography (p323-333) and index.

StatementJaroslav Krejčí ; assisted by Anna Krejčová.
ContributionsKlejčová, Anna.
The Physical Object
Pagination348p. ;
Number of Pages348
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21293459M
ISBN 100333511506

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