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Discovery! : Unearthing The New Treasures Of Archaeology (2007, original release: 2007)

Call Number 930.102/DISCOVERY

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Published: New York : Thames & Hudson, [2007] ©2007
Description:  256 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 28 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780500051498, 0500051496,
Language:  English

Archaeology now: New finds and fresh perspectives / DISCOVERIES FROM THE ICE AGE: New evidence from Africa : rewriting the story of human origins / Mystery of the skulls from Dmanisi, Georgia / First Europeans and the pit of the bones at Atapuerca, Spain / Boxgrove : the oldest human fossils in Britain / The 'Hobbit' : an unknown human relative? / TOMBS, GRAVES AND MUMMIES: Iceman : a 5,000-year-old murder victim? / Amesbury Archer and the Boscombe Bowmen : men of Stonehenge / New revelations from the pyramids of Giza / Tomb of Tutankhamun's mother? : an 18th dynasty chamber in the Valley of the Kings / Pharaoh's children : the tomb of the sons of Ramesses II in the Valley of the Kings / New Kingdom tombs at Saqqara / Where the living feasted with the dead : the royal tombs of Qatna, Syria / Royal tombs of Nimrud, Iraq : the treasures of Assyrian queens / Great Ryzhanovka Barrow : an intact burial of a Scythian nobleman / Valley of the Golden Mummies, Egypt / Bodies from the bog : new insights into life and death in pagan Celtic Ireland / Warriors, musicians and acrobats at the tomb of the first Emperor of China / Spitalfields Lady : the finest Roman grave ever found in London / Moche tombs at Dos Cabezas, Peru / Power and prestige : middle Sicán elite tombs of North coastal Peru / Red Queen and other new Maya tombs / Chachapoya : mummies in the Cloud Forest of Peru / Inca mummies : child sacrifice on Andean peaks / Prittlewell Prince : an Anglo-Saxon royal burial / TREASURES OF ANCIENT ART: At the origins of art : new discoveries of decorated caves / Black pharaohs : a cachette of statues from Kerma, Sudan / A celtic warrior prince from Glauberg, Germany / Artistic splendours from the Greek and Roman World / Turkey's Pompeii : the magnificent mosaics of Zeugma / Maize god and the mythology of kings : Maya paintings at San Bartolo, Guatemala / Torcs, coins and gold cups : ancient hoards from Britain / Hoxne treasure : a late Roman hoard / Spillings : the world's biggest Viking silver hoard / Portaits in pottery : ceramic vessels from Lake Titicaca / Statues of the Buddha from Qingzhou, China / LOST CITIES: Caral : the oldest civilization in Peru and the Americas / Pyramid City, Giza / Jinsha : changing the map of ancient China / Towards a new Jerusalem / Saxon London, concealed beneath the city streets / Jamestown : the fort that was the birthplace of the United States of America / ENIGMAS OF RITUAL AND RELIGION: Carved creatures from the dawn of agriculture : Göbekli Tepe, Turkey / Secrets revealed at Britain's Henges / Nebra sky disc : the oldest representation of the heavens / Helmets and war-trumpets : a ritual hoard from Tintignac, France / Symbols of religion and power : the Pyramid of the Moon, Teotihuacán / Moche ritual sacrifice at Huaca de la Luna, Peru / DISCOVERIES FROM THE DEEP: World's oldest boats, from Abydos, Egypt / Alexandria underwater : Greek cities beneath the sea in Egypt / Ancient port and ships of Pisa / HMS Pandora : the ship sent to find the Bounty mutineers / Submarine and ironclad : American Civil War wrecks / SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES: DNA and archaeology / Ice ages, floods and droughts : the impact of climate change in the past / Ancient wine and beer / Medical science and archaeology / Ancient writings : early hieroglyphs from Abydos, Egypt / Ancient writing : biblical inscriptions / Ancient writing : China's 'Dead Sea scrolls' / Ancient writing : new advances in Maya decipherment / Ancient writing : deciphering the knotted strings of the Incas / Cascajal Block : the New World's oldest writing / Brian M. Fagan -- Peter Andrews. Chris Stringer. Chris Stringer. Chris Stringer. Chris Stringer -- Chris Scarre. Andrew P. Fitzpatrick. Zahi Hawass. Zahi Hawass. Kent R. Weeks. Alain Zivie. Peter Pfälzner. Joan Oates. Sergey Skory and Jan Chochorowski. Zahi Hawass. Eamonn P. Kelly. Zhang Yinglan. Christopher Thomas. Christopher B. Donnan. Izumi Shimada. George Stuart. Adriana von Hagen. Johan Reinhard. Ian Blair -- Jean Clottes. Charles Bonnet and Dominique Valbelle. Holger Baitinger and Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann. Mark Merrony. Robert Early. William A. Saturno. Jeremy D. Hill. Catherine Johns. Dan Carlsson. Antti Korpisaari and Martti Pärssinen. Jan Stuart -- Ruth Shady. Mark Lehner. Jay Xu. Roberta L. Harris. Robert Cowie. William M. Kelso -- Klaus Schmidt. Mike Pitts. Harald Meller. Christophe Maniquet. Saburo Sugiyama. Steve Bourget -- Matthew Douglas Adams and David O'Connor. Franck Goddio. Stefano Bruni. Peter Gesner. Robert S. Neyland -- Brian M. Fagan. Brian M. Fagan. Patrick E. McGovern. Charlotte Roberts. Roby Wilkinson. Roberta L. Harris. Wang Tao. David Stuart. Gary Urton. Michael D. Coe Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Fagan, Brian M.

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