The truth about history: how new evidence is transforming the story of the past

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Barnes & Noble, 2007 - Curiosity and wonders - 319 pages
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Review: The Truth About History: How New Evidence Is Transforming the Story of the Past

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Don't be taken back by the title, "Reader's Digest". This is actually a very interesting book. What did I learn? 1. If a ring on a tree is wide, that means it was a wet year. 2. Trotsky was removed ... Read full review

Review: The Truth About History: How New Evidence Is Transforming the Story of the Past

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This was a great book. Most of the newly revealed facts I was already familiar with, but what was great was how the people came to the conclusion with new technology. The book was well done as to how archeologist now use technology to help them in their field. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The truth ?o m found
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In search of Egypts
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Copyright

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