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Amarna diplomacy the beginnings of international relations

by Cohen, Raymond, 1947- Westbrook, Raymond.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Baltimore, MD : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000Description: xvi, 307 p. : maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0801861993 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Tell el-Amarna tablets. Diplomacy -- History -- To 1500. Middle East -- Foreign relations. Egypt -- Foreign relations. Middle East -- History -- To 622. Egypt -- History -- Eighteenth dynasty, ca. 1570-1320 B.C
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-285) and index. Contents: Introduction: the Amarna system / Raymond Cohen and Raymond Westbrook -- The great powers' club / Mario Liverani -- International law in the Amarna age / Raymond Westbrook -- The Amarna age: an international society in the making / Rodolfo Ragionieri -- Realism, constructivism, and the Amarna letters / Steven R. David -- The Egyptian perspective on Mittani / Betsy M. Bryan -- Intelligence in the Amarna letters / Raymond Cohen -- Imperial Egypt and the limits of power / William J. Murnane -- Egypt and her vassals: the geopolitical dimension / Alan James -- The Egyptian Canaanite correspondence / Nadav Na�Aman -- The interdependence of the great powers / Carlo Zaccagnini -- Reciprocity, equality, and status: anxiety in the Amarna letters / Kevin Avruch -- Diplomacy and international marriages / Samuel A. Meier -- A social psychological analysis of Amarna diplomacy / Daniel Druckman and Serdar G�uner -- Diplomatic signaling in the Amarna letters / Christer J�onsson -- The diplomatic service in action: the Mittani file / Pinhas Artzi -- Amarna diplomacy: a full-fledged diplomatic system? / Geoffrey Berridge -- Conclusion: the beginnings of internal relations / Raymond Cohen and Raymond Westbrook.

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