Quest for the Past: Great Discoveries in Archaeology
This revised second edition maintains the objective of the first edition; that is to tell the story of some well-known archaeologists & some remarkable excavations as well as to throw light on some of the ways in which the founders of the discipline unearthed early civilizations, probed the origins of humankind, etc.
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The Quest for the Past
How Archaeology Works
The Leakeys Valley of Bones
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African antechamber Arabs archaeological sites archaeologists Arthur Evans artifacts Assyrian Austen Henry Layard Batres beds bones British built burial chamber buried Carnarvon Caton-Thompson century chapter complex Cretan Crete culture dating Daugherty digging discoveries early Egypt excavations feet finds fossil Gertrude Bell Giza gold Gournia grave Greece Greek Heinrich Schliemann Henry Layard Hissarlik Homer Howard Carter huge human hundred Indian Kikuyu Knossos laborers later layers Leakey's lived London Louis Makah Mary Leakey Mesopotamia Mexico miles Minoan civilization modern Mosul mound mummy Museum Mycenae Mycenaean mysterious nearby Nile Nimrud Nineveh Olduvai Gorge Ozette palace Petrie pharaoh Piazzi Smyth potsherds prehistoric Pyramid Reck reconstruct record royal ruins seals settlement shrine skull societies soon stone tools temples Teotihuacan Thames and Hudson thousand tomb took traveler treasure trench Troy Tutankhamun Valley of Kings village walls whale wooden Woolley workmen wrote Zimbabwe Zinjanthropus