Once great and powerful civilizations, lost to time and the elements, come to life again in the "Lost Civilizations" series. Each volume describes in fascinating detail the archaelogical discoveries and methods that have yielded valuable information about these civilizations. As each book in the series demonstrates, modern people have gained numerous insights about the important works, daily life, beliefs, and knowledge of these long lost civilizations by studying the artifacts, statues, and structures that once formed a crucial part of their world. Primary and secondary source quotations add to the clear and compelling narrative, making these volumes ideal research tools for all readers.
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