EXPERIENCING POWER, GENERATING AUTHORITY
Thirteen essays re-examine long established notions of cosmic and political rule in these two societies, and the authors examine the many resources ancient kings used to establish legitimacy and exercise their authority and how specific rulers manipulated religious ideals, economic resources, and landscape settings to achieve their ends.
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