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    Mogens Trolle Larsen
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 21, 2015)
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The ancient Anatolian city of Kanesh (present-day Kültepe, Turkey) was a continuously inhabited site from the early Bronze Age through Roman times.

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Mogens Trolle Larsen is Emeritus Professor of Assyriology at the University of Copenhagen

Mogens Trolle Larsen is Emeritus Professor of Assyriology at the University of Copenhagen. His book, The Conquest of Assyria: Excavations in an Antique Land, was published in 1996. He is a member of the American Philosophical Society, Academia Europea, and the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

The ancient Anatolian city of Kanesh (present-day Kültepe, Turkey) was a continuously inhabited site from the early Bronze Age through Roman times. The city flourished . 000–1750 BCE as an Old Assyrian trade outpost and the earliest attested commercial society in world history. More than 23,000 elaborate clay tablets from private merchant houses provide a detailed description of a system of long-distance trade that reached from central Asia to the Black Sea region and the Aegean.

A Merchant Colony in Bronze Age Anatolia. Larsen, Mogens Trolle (1982), ‘Your Money or Your Life

A Merchant Colony in Bronze Age Anatolia. Larsen, Mogens Trolle (1982), ‘Your Money or Your Life. Larsen, Mogens Trolle (2007a), ‘Going to the River’, in Roth, Martha T. et al. (ed., Studies Presented to Robert D. Biggs, Workshop of the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary, 2 (Chicago: Oriental Institute), 173–88.

Mogens Trolle Larsen. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Mogens Trolle Larsen. Book Format: Choose an option. This book presents a detailed description of the political, cultural, and economic world of ancient Kanesh (present-day Kültepe, Turkey). Cambridge University Press. The ancient Anatolian city of Kanesh (present-day Kultepe, Turkey) was a continuously inhabited site from the early Bronze Age through Roman times. 000-1750 BCE as an Old Assyrian trade outpost and the earliest attested commercial society in world history.

Ancient Kanesh: A Merchant Colony in Bronze Age Anatolia. Cambridge University Press (21 September 2015). The Discovery of the Greek Bronze Age. J. Lesley Fitton. Harvard University Press (01 March 1996). Cambridge University Press (30 August 2010). Ancient Kanesh: The Anatolians and Their Land. Crystal structure of three compounds related to triphenylene and hane. Thomas Lars Andresen, Frederik C. Krebs, Mogens Trolle Larsen, Niels Thorup. On the Saddle-Shaped Nature of 14,ne. Frederik C. Krebs, Marit E. Jørgensen, Mogens Trolle Larsen.

The ancient Anatolian city of Kanesh (present-day Kültepe, Turkey) was a continuously inhabited site from the early Bronze Age through Roman times. The city flourished ca. 2000-1750 BCE as an Old Assyrian trade outpost and the earliest attested commercial society in world history. More than 23,000 elaborate clay tablets from private merchant houses provide a detailed description of a system of long-distance trade that reached from central Asia to the Black Sea region and the Aegean. The texts record common activities such as trade between Kanesh and the city state of Assur and between Assyrian merchants and local people. The tablets tell us about the economy as well as culture, language, religion, and private lives of individuals we can identify by name, occupation, and sometimes even personality. This book presents an in-depth account of this vibrant Bronze Age Anatolian society, revealing the daily lives of its inhabitants.