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

National Geographic Investigates Ancient

Your child will love National Geographic Investigates: Ancient China: Archaeology Unlocks The Secrets Of China's Past. The author is Jacqueline Ball / Richard Levey and it was published sometime in 2006 by National Geographic Children's Books. The book has 64 pages. To order a copy at the cheapest price, visit the shopping cart button on this page.

National Geographic Children's Books


ISBN: 079227783X
Author: Jacqueline Ball / Richard Levey

In 1974, farmers uncover the terra-cotta army of China's very first emperor, Qin Shi Huangdi. Could this be the same individual whose name is identified on oracle bones unearthed elsewhere in China? They recover artifacts bearing the name Fu Hao. In 1976, archaeologists uncover a Shang Dynasty tomb inside the Henan province. Satellite technology reveals about 8,000 soldiers at the tomb complicated. Ancient China consists of an interview with Dr. Zhichun Jing, University of British Columbia, and operating archaeologist at Anyang, the final capital from the Shang Dynasty. Only 1,000 have so far been excavated. Bodies encased in suits of jade, and a pristinely preserved mummy are amongst the other treasures from China's tombs that continue to give us with clues to her rich, complex past.



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