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The Olmecs

Author : Richard A. Diehl
ISBN : 0500285039
Genre : History
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The most modern and complete overview of Olmec culture, its accomplishments and impact on later Mexican civilizations, hailed by Michael Coe as the first truly complete and authoritative account of this 3,000-year-old culture, is fast becoming the standard work on the subject.
Category: History

History S Mysteries

Author : Brian Haughton
ISBN : 9781601631077
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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History's Mysteries is an absorbing and meticulously researched exploration of the archaeology, history, and mysteries of 35 ancient places worldwide. Haughton's book takes the reader on an unforgettable journey, from the 8,000-year-old stone circle of Nabta Playa to India's magical Taj Mahal; from Rhode Island's controversial Newport Tower to the enigmatic Royston Cave in the UK; from the strange medieval castle-village of Rennes-le-Ch�teau to the massive ancient walled city of Great Zimbabwe. Using the latest archaeological evidence, History's Mysteries explores: The incredible archaeological discoveries at the 11,000 year-old sanctuary of G�bekli Tepe in Turkey. The heated debate over the 47-million-year-old 'Ida Fossil'--could it be the missing link in our evolutionary history? The reality behind controversial ancient artifacts such as the Iron Pillar of Delhi, the Oak Island Treasure, and Egypt's "Dendera Lamps." What really happened to the Neanderthals? With 36 photographs and illustrations, this is the perfect reference work for those fascinated by the great mysteries of ancient history.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Pre Columbian Trans Oceanic Contact

Author : Jerald Fritzinger
ISBN : 9781329972162
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Pre-Columbian Trans-Oceanic Contact examines the discovery and settlement of The New World hundreds and even thousands of years before Christopher Columbus was born.
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The Ancient World

Author : Sarolta Anna Takacs
ISBN : 9781317458395
Genre : History
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Designed to meet the curriculum needs of students from grades 7-12, this five-volume encyclopedia explores the history and civilizations of the ancient world from prehistory to approximately 1000 CE. Organized alphabetically within geographical volumes on Africa, Europe, the Americas, Southwest Asia, and Asia and the Pacific, entries cover the social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural events and developments that shaped the ancient world in all areas of the globe. Each volume explores significant civilizations, personalities, cultural and social developments, and scientific achievements in its geographical area. Boxed features include Link in Time, Link in Place, Ancient Weapons, Turning Points, and Great Lives. Each volume also includes maps, timelines and illustrations; and a glossary, bibliography and indexes complete the set.
Category: History

America S First Civilization

Author : Michael D. Coe
ISBN : 9781640190009
Genre : History
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Here is the story of America's oldest - and oddest - civilization, the Olmecs of the southern Mexican jungles. Virtually unknown to archaeologists until the early twentieth century, their true importance is only now being realized and shedding new light on how the Indian peoples of the Americas came to be here.
Category: History

Mexico

Author : Michael D. Coe
ISBN : 0500290768
Genre : History
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"This authoritative volume has been revised throughout and expanded, with new images and accounts of the major discoveries of recent years. Updates begin with the earliest periods: one of the enduring puzzles surrounding Mexican prehistory, the origins of maize farming, has at last been solved. There are insights into the latest finds at the Olmec sites at Chiapas de Corzo and Zazacatla. The classic city of Teotihuacan continues to yield discoveries, changing the way we look at this major site. The Post-Classic Huastec people are covered in greater detail. And the unearthing of burial deposits in the center of the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan has led to a new understanding of the history and symbolism of this hallowed area."--Page 4 of cover.
Category: History

Hotel Sphinx

Author : Arthur Phillips
ISBN : 9783641012243
Genre : Fiction
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Eine archäologische Zeitreise in das Ägypten des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, eine Reise in ein Labyrinth aus Intrigen, Lügen und dunklen Geheimnissen. Luxor, 1922: Der passionierte Archäologe Ralph Trilipush steht vor dem größten Triumph seines Lebens: Er ist überzeugt, binnen kurzem auf die Grabkammer des sagenumwobenen Pharaos Atum-hadu zu stoßen. Noch kann er nicht ahnen, dass er einen Widersacher hat, der alles daran setzt, seinen Traum vom Ruhm zu zerstören – den Privatdetektiv Harold Ferrell, der bei Trilipush die Schuld für das das rätselhafte Verschwinden zweier Männer in der Wüste sucht ...
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Early Civilizations Of The Americas

Author : Michael Anderson
ISBN : 9781615305254
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents a history of the Americas and discusses the accomplishments and culture of the people.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Latin American Antiquity

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020073158
Genre : Indians of Central America
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America 8000 Bce

Author : Gajanan Khirao
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In Ancient time, people from different part of Africa -Asia were migrated to many region of America, They settled their life by hunting animals and developing societies between 2000 Bce to 8000 Bce ago. They hunted different small animals like pigs, dogs as food for living, that time farming were not known. Some of known early Meso-American societies were Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Toltec and early South American societies were mocha and Inca. It was believed that Columbus and his crew had been the first Europeans to make landfall in the Americas. However, they were not the first explorers from Europe to reach the Americas, having been preceded by the led by Leif Eriksonthe 11th century. Columbus came for in search of gold, He and his sailors were slaved Paleo Indians (Native Americans) and killed more than 4 million Native Americans just at the beginning. There are some unknown question for common peoples about ancient human life, culture and civilization like how human were born? Where were they migrated from? How were their life and culture developed? Still there are lots of debate and studies are going on but still there are many interesting facts and stories of ancient America that many recent generation of American don’t know about their past . Read this book to know: Why Native Americans were called “Paleo Indians “? How did farming culture developed in ancient time? How were ancient Americans struggle for food and existence ? Who brought Black African slave into America? Why Columbus came to America? How Columbus and his sailors slaved & killed Native Americans? Why America celebrates “Columbus day “.every year? Thanks for showing interest in reading my book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography