AMARNA DIPLOMACY THE BEGINNINGS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PDF
Amarna Diplomacy: The Beginnings of International Relations [Raymond Cohen, Raymond Westbrook] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Amarna diplomacy: the beginnings of international relations The Amarna Age: An International Society in the MakingRODOLFO RAGIONIERI, page 42; 5. Amarna Diplomacy. The Beginnings of International Relations. edited by Raymond Cohen and Raymond Westbrook. Published in , William L. Moran’s.
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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Account Options Sign in. The find, mostly letters from foreign kings to the Egyptian court, was part of the palace archive of the mysterious, sun-worshipping Pharaoh Akhenaten.
The documents tell an unsuspected My library Help Advanced Book Search. The Beginnings of International Relations.
The documents tell an unsuspected tale of intensive diplomatic contacts among the great powers of the time – Egypt, Mittani, Babylonia, Hatti, Assyria, and numerous other independent and vassal states – shedding light internationaal the very origins of international relations. They also reveal treachery and intrigue among the petty kings of Canaan and provide insight into the foundations of biblical Israel.
Moran’s definitive English translation, The Amarna Letters, published by Johns Hopkins inthe texts seem to raise as many questions as they answer. How did Pharaoh run his empire? Why did the god-king consent to deal with his fellow mortal monarchs as dipllomacy
Indeed, why did kings engage in diplomacy at all? How did the great powers maintain international peace and order? This book will be of interest to scholars not only of the ancient Near East and the Bible but also of international relations and reoations studies.
Selected pages Title Page. Contents The Great Powers Club. International Law in the Amarna Age. Realism Constructivism and the Amarna Letters. The Egyptian Perspective on Mittani. Intelligence in the Amarna Letters. Imperial Egypt and the Limits of Power. The Interdependence of the Great Powers.
Diplomatic Signaling in the Amarna Letters. A Fullfledged Diplomatic System? Diplomacy and International Marriages.
Amarna diplomacy: the beginnings of international relations
Other editions – View all Amarna Diplomacy: References to this book Doing Research: A history of alternative dispute resolution: BarrettJoseph P. BarrettAssociation for Conflict Resolution Snippet view – The Great Powers Club.
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