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Finding the Lost Cities

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
The trademark of this series are the fictional eyewitness accounts through which the young reader learns first-hand how momentous events of history touch ordinary men and women. Maps, cross-sections, authentic drawings, cartoons, and even scale models of Rome and Acropolis animate the historical events.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published June 12th 1997 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published February 28th 1997)
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Carmen Tudor
Mar 11, 2015 Carmen Tudor rated it it was amazing
Great 'lost kingdom' book that covers the rediscoveries of Petra, Nineveh, Hattusha, Copan, Chaco Canyon, Angkor, Troy, Zimbabwe, Knossos, Gournia, Machu Picchu, Ur and Ubar. The entries are fairly concise -- I read the entire book in less than a day -- but maintain an interesting tone throughout. The only downside is that it could have done with more photos.
Sep 27, 2015 Roxanne rated it really liked it
This was a great book about finding lost cities all around the world. Loved it.
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