THE FIRST BOOK OF ARCHAEOLOGY by Nora Kubie

THE FIRST BOOK OF ARCHAEOLOGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

To comprehend the mystery and drama of archaeology, a fairly comprehensive foundation of understanding the historical sequences of the past is necessary. Therefore, though most books in this series are directed to the eight-to-eleven group, this First Book of Archaeology, which points out Layard at Nineveh, Schliemann at Troy and Champollion unlocking the mystery of the Rosetta Stone, must be considered primarily for twelve-to-fifteens. Brief and scholarly, here is a choice communication of the excitement inherent in discovery and preservation of the past.

Publisher: Watts