This series of books provides the reader with a true visual history of ancient civilizations that still intrigue us today. Each book examines the civilization's history: the way people lived and worked, the structures they built, and their scientific and medical developments. Full-color photographs of artifacts and architecture represent an era rich in music, art, and literature, and complement the easy-to-read text.
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