The Story of Prehistoric Peoples
Take readers on a step backward in time, to see the world through the eyes of early man. Using vivid illustrations and photographs of exciting artifacts, this volume highlights the ways in which prehistoric people survived, hunted, mastered fire and tool-making, and created art. Chronicling advancements beginning four million years ago through the ice age and up to the dawn of city-based societies, the reader will learn about man in all his incarnations from all parts of the globe. With an eye on archaeology and the science of uncovering age-old sites and relics, this resource has a crisp design with timelines and sidebars that keep the great quantity of information both easily comprehensible and engaging.
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The Coming of Fire
Images of the Ice
The Thaw Begins
The First Farmers
Pots and Potters
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