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Britain and the Arab Middle East World War I and its Aftermath

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Britain and the Arab Middle East World War I and its Aftermath

Lisa Cooper, "Britain and the Arab Middle East: World War I and its Aftermath"
ISBN: 1848854986 | 2016 | PDF | 384 pages | 15 MB

The extraordinary life of Gertrude Bell was marked by myriad achievements. Although best known for her intrepid desert travels and her part in the creation of the modern state of Iraq, she also made a significant contribution to the field of archaeology. At the height of her career, Bell journeyed into the heart of the Middle East retracing the steps of the ancient rulers who left tangible markers of their presence in the form of castles, palaces, mosques, tombs and temples. Among the many sites she visited were Ephesus, Binbirkilise and Carchemish in modern-day Turkey as well as Ukhaidir, Babylon and Najaf within the borders of modern Iraq. Lisa Cooper here explores Bells achievements, emphasizing the tenacious, inquisitive side of her extraordinary personality, the breadth of her knowledge and her overall contribution to the archaeology of the Middle East. Featuring many of Bells own photographs, this is a unique portrait of a remarkable life.

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