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TimeFrame 3000-1500 BC - The Age of God-Kings (Hardcover)
This volume in the TimeFrame series features: The Kingdom on the Nile ~ The Ziggurats of Ur ~ Master Builders in the Indus Valley ~ Lords of the Labyrinth ~ Yellow River Dynasties ~ The Sacred Magaliths
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“This volume is one in a series that tell the story of humankind.”
Full of full-color maps, photographs, and illustrations, this book is divided into four sections, each with detailed essays:
- Breakthrough at Sumer
Essay: The Power of the Written Word
- The Way of the Pharaohs
Essay: The Last Rites of Royalty
- The Empire on the Aegean
Essay: Europe’s Megaliths
- Stirrings in Asia
Essay: The Fruits of Exchange
The sections at the end of the book include Chronology (for Mesopotamia, Egypt, Mediterranean, and Asia), Bibliography, Index, Acknowledgments, and Picture Credits.
- History – Ancient Civilizations
- The Editors of Time-Life Books
- Time-Life Books
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