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 Migration and Migrant Identities in the Near East from Antiquity to the Middle Ages

Migration and Migrant Identities in the Near East from Antiquity to the Middle Ages is a groundbreaking and comprehensive exploration of the complex and multifaceted phenomenon of migration in the Near East, spanning from antiquity to the Middle Ages. Authored by Justin Yoo, Andrea Zerbini, and Caroline Barron, this meticulously researched and thought-provoking book offers a fresh perspective on the historical development and transformation of migrant identities in the region.

The book begins by setting the stage with an in-depth examination of the historical and geographical context of the Near East, providing readers with a solid foundation to understand the dynamics of migration in this region. The authors delve into the political, social, and economic factors that influenced migration patterns and explore the various push and pull factors that prompted individuals and communities to leave their homelands.

Drawing on a wide range of primary sources, including archaeological evidence, historical documents, and literary texts, the authors bring to life the stories of migrants who traversed the Near East throughout history. From the ancient Phoenicians and Assyrians to the medieval Arab conquerors and Crusaders, the book traces the movements of diverse groups, shedding light on their motivations, experiences, and the impact of their migrations on the region..

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