Hans Baumann - Egypt - 1960 - 255 pages
The story of a thirteen-year-old Egyptian boy's interest in his father's work as an archeologist is the vehicle for this history of Egyptian civilization and survey of the ...
Hans Baumann - Art, Primitive - 1954 - 158 pages
Describes the discoveries and dramatic drawings of Europe's prehistoric caves--Lascaux, Altamira, Pindal, El Castillo, Niaux, Valltorta Gorge and the Gasulla Gorge.
Hans Baumann - German fiction - 1957 - 273 pages
A story of the youngest grandsons of Genghis Khan, Kublai and Arik-Buka, inseparable young brothers who, as they grew to manhood, found separate and opposing paths through life ...
Hans Baumann - History - 1967 - 167 pages
An account of the discoveries made by such archaeologists as Schliemann and Evans in Troy, Mycenae, and Knosses, with information on the cultures and peoples who created the ...
Hans Baumann - Elephants - 1962 - 226 pages
A brother and sister help an old man dig for what they think is treasure. As they wait for him to lift the trapdoor to view the find, he tells them of marching as an elephant ...
Hans Baumann - Generals - 1968 - 132 pages
An episodic account of the life of the young Macedonian king who conquered half the known world some two hundred years before the birth of Christ.
Hans Baumann - Folklore - 1974 - 150 pages
A collection of tales from the folklore of Africa, India, China, Australia, North America, Brazil, Israel, Mexico, Russia, and Polynesia.
Leonard Cottrell - Sumerians - 1965 - 222 pages
Author describes the rediscovery of Sumer in southern Mesopotamia through archeological excavations and through the decoding of the Sumerian language.