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Ancient Africa: Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of Africa's Past (National Geographic Investigates) Hardcover – 13 Mar 2007


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Victoria Sherrow is a veteran author of fiction and nonfiction titles on topics as diverse as backyard creatures, the Great Depression, endangered animals, the Holocaust, Benjamin Franklin, tennis, and medical ethics. This is her first book for National Geographic Children's Books.

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I especially enjoyed reading the interview portion in the last chapter with ... 7 Nov. 2014
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People interested in archaeology and anthropology will find this a fascinating look into some of the famous archaeological discovers of Ancient Africa. Many of the artifacts discovered greatly pushed the timelines back on when scientist had previously dated trading, forging of metals, and flourishing societies in these regions. I especially enjoyed reading the interview portion in the last chapter with Archaeologist and professor Susan Keech McIntosh and her comments about the challenges of excavation in remote sites of Africa.

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