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Ancient Romans invented a machine to harvest grain? Farmers in ancient China destroyed the pests that harmed crops by bringing in their natural predators? Learn how ancient agriculture set the stage for our own modern agriculture technology.
From mighty castle strongholds to the buried ruins of Pompeii, this engaging title unearths ancient homes. Concepts include how and why ancient homes were built, as well as their discovery through archaeological digs.
What would life have been like for you as a kid living twenty thousand years ago? Ten thousand years ago? Two hundred years ago? Would you have farmed? Hunted? Take a journey into the past to find out!
In the 1950s, a 4,000-year-old giant wooden ship was discovered buried in the Egyptian desert. In this book, readers will explore one of the most fascinating archaeological discoveries of the past century.
How have technology and science helped historians and archaeologists through the years? How does today's technology help us understand the past? What role does technology hold for the future of history studies?
In this guide to Atlantis and other lost lands, readers will learn to sort through fact and fiction, learning about the historical origins of lost-city legends, the lessons they teach us, archaeological digs for the truth.
Why did ancient people in Peru create the Nazca Lines? Who built England's Avebury Circle and why? What is the purpose of Easter Island's huge stone statues? The world is full of unexplained archaeological wonders.