The Law and the Prophets

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THE LAW AND THE PROPHETS

By HAROLD PEAKE and HERBERT JOHN FLEURE

NEW HAVEN YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON HUMPHREY MILFORD OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1936

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • I - The Revival of the Northern Steppe 1
  • Books 13
  • 2 - An Attempted Recovery in the Riverine Lands of The Near East 30
  • 3 - Maritime Traders in the Great Sea 30
  • Books 48
  • 4 - Israel 48
  • Books 62
  • 5 - Law and Philosophy in Greece 62
  • Books 81
  • 6 - The King of Kings 81
  • Books 95
  • 7 - India of the Philosophers 96
  • Books 109
  • 8 - Chinese Sages 109
  • Books 117
  • 9 - The Birth of Rome 117
  • Books 133
  • 10 - Iron in Central Europe 133
  • Books 153
  • 11 - The Iron Age in the West 153
  • Books 173
  • 12 - Philosophers and Barbarians 173
  • Index 183
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