Eric Cline – Rebecca Costa

Eric H. Cline is a professor of Classics and Anthropology and the
current Director of the GWU Capitol Archaeological Institute at George
Washington University. He specializes in biblical archaeology, military
history in the Mediterranean, and the connections between Greece, Egypt,
and the Near East during the late Bronze Age. He has also authored 16
books and more than 100 articles. Cline’s most recent book, 1177 B.C.:
The Year Civilization Collapsed, highlights the steady decline and
eventual collapse of society and the civilized world in the Bronze Age,
which paved the way for the emergence of classical Greece.

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