Water Supply and Management in the Near East 63BC-AD636: PhD Thesis, University of Oxford (2006)

Zena Kamash, 2009

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Text - (Volume I)

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Volume I: Title Page PDF 59 kb
Volume I: Contents PDF 229 kb
Volume I: Abstract PDF 56 kb
Volume I: Acknowledgements PDF 83 kb
Volume I: List of abbreviations PDF 70 kb
Volume I: Introduction PDF 153 kb
Volume I: Chapter 1: Water resources in the East. PDF 207 kb
Volume I: Chapter 2: Water technology in the Near East before 63BC. PDF 360 kb
Volume I: Chapter 3: Water-lifting devices. PDF 253 kb
Volume I: Chapter 4: Dams. PDF 356 kb
Volume I: Chapter 5: Irrigation techniques and installations. PDF 327 kb
Volume I: Chapter 6: Aquaducts in the rural landscape. PDF 394 kb
Volume I: Chapter 7: Water management in cities and towns. PDF 569 kb
Volume I: Chapter 8: Water supply in public bathhouses and latrines. PDF 502 kb
Volume I: Chapter 9: Water supply and management in the domestic sphere. PDF 293 kb
Volume I: Chapter 10: The role of water in industrial processes PDF 241 kb
Volume I: Chapter 11: Conclusions PDF 177 kb