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National Geographic Investigates: Ancient India: Archaeology Unlocks The Secrets Of India's Past

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"Ancient India", Is One More Excellent Book By Anita Dalal

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Describes the work of archaeologists who have uncovered the artifacts of ancient India.
Written by Anita Dalal and it was published on the 14th of August, 2007 by National Geographic Children's Books. While you are inside the library you can in all likelihood search for it with the DDC, DS418.D33 2007. The book is 64 pages long and it has superbly colored illustrations of maps. The children's book emphasizes Antiquities and Excavations. For more information on this book, click on our affilate add to cart button on this site.

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Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books
MPN: FBA-|323232
ISBN: 1426300700
Author: Anita Dalal

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The culture of ancient India is revealed through archaeology, our modern-day portal to the past. And see how ancient treasures assist archaeologists stitch together the multitudinous strands of India's past. Visit Mohenjo-Daro or the"mound of the dead,"a city built between 4 and 5 thousand years ago. Read how excavations there, begun in 1922, continue to uncover this ancient citadel. Learn, first-hand, what modern techniques tell us about ancient civilizations inside the lower Indus Valley. Through dramatic photography and lively narrative, take a passage to Indian antiquity.

  • Number of Pages: 64
  • Languages:
  • English (Unknown)
  • English (Original Language)
  • English (Published)
  • Dimensions: Height: 9.76" Length: 6.61" Depth: 0.43"
  • Product Weight: 0.85 lbs.
  • Package: Height: 0.4" Length: 9.9" Width: 7"
  • Package Weight: 0.85 lbs.


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