Memory and the Mediterranean BRAUDEL, Fernand

A previously unpublished work by one of the greatest historians of the twentieth century: the story of the Mediterranean in ancient times, from its geological beginnings to the great civilizations that flourished along its shores. Written in the late 1960s ”the decade during which Fernand Braudel was also at work on his monumental Civilization and Capitalism” the manuscript was set aside on the death of the author's longtime friend and editor, Albert Skira.The magnificent text begins with the history of the Mediterranean seabed itself the layers of clay, sand, and limestone from which the Egyptians carved their ancient tombs and with which the megalithic temples in Malta were built. What follows is the epic story of how the Phoenicians, the Etruscans, the Greeks and Romans, and the great river civilizations of Mesopotamia and Egypt struggled and thrived in this demanding but gloriously beautiful world bordered and shaped by the Mediterranean.With its extraordinary depth and range of knowledge, Braudel's superb history expertly annotated to reflect recent archaeological discoveries, brings to life as never before the beginnings of Western culture.
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