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Templat:Ancient history Timur Dekat Kuno merujuk kepada ketamadunan awal di dalam wilayah yang merangkumi kawasan Timur Tengah moden: Mesopotamia (Iraq dan timur laut Syria), Mesir Kuno, Greece Kuno, Iran Kuno (Elam, Media, Parthia dan Parsi), Armenia, Anatolia (Turki) dan Levant (Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestin, Jordan, Cyprus, dan Crete). Oleh itu, istilah ini digunakan secara meluas di dalam arkeologi Timur Dekat dan sejarah purba. Ia bermula dengan kebangkitan Sumer pada milenia ke-4 BCE, meskipun begitu tarikh mempunyai banyak tarikh akhir: sama ada merangkumi Zaman Gangsa dan Zaman Besi di wilayah ini, sehingga penaklukan oleh empayar Achaemenid pada kurun ke-6 BCE atau Alexander Agung pada kurun ke-4 BCE.

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