Encyclopedia of the Ancient World
EDC Publishing, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 400 pages
This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia follows the dramatic history of the world's early civilizations, from the first farmers of the Middle East to the rise of mighty empires in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. Stunning photographs and detailed reconstructions create a vivid picture of life in the ancient world, while the comprehensive factfinders include a time chart, who's who, and lots more about gods and goddesses, mythology and details of recent archaeological finds. Enter the ancient world and discover: How writing first developed, Why Julius Caesar was murdered, What was the story of the Trojan Horse, How a woman became a pharaoh.
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One of the best encyclopedias for the ancient world that I have ever used!! I highly recommend this encyclopedia to other students that need information about ancient civilizations!!