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Books in Illustrated History Encyclopedia series

  • The Illustrated History Encyclopedia: Everyday Life in the Ancient World: How people lived and worked through the ages

    John Dr. Haywood (Ed)

    Paperback (Armadillo, March 7, 2015)
    An action-packed thematic history for 8 to 12-year-olds comparing life, work and trade in ancient Eygpt, Greece and Rome. China, India and the Americas - with step-by-step projects and 1500 pictures.
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  • The Usborne Encyclopedia of the Ancient World: Internet Linked

    Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, Jane Chisholm, Gill Harvey, Lisa Miles

    Paperback (Usborne Pub Ltd, Jan. 1, 2007)
    Provides information on the ancient cultures and histories of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and the Roman Empire.
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  • The World of the Romans

    Charles Freeman, J.F. Drinkwater, Andrew Drummond

    Hardcover (Oxford University Press, )
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  • Great Civilizations of the East

    Daud Ali

    Paperback (Anness, April 23, 2003)
    This fascinating insight into ancient Asian and Oriental culture is packed with information and projects.
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  • The War for Power and Knowledge

    John Haywood

    Paperback (Anness, June 26, 2003)
    This wonderful visual, thematic history book focuses on how humankind explored the boundaries of knowledge and power. Step-by-step projects for recipes, costumes, and model-making are inspired by the skills of the past, while pictorial timelines plot key people and events.
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  • The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of the Ancient World

    Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, Jane Chisholm, Gill Harvey, Lisa Miles, Struan Reid, Sam Taplin

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2003)
    Provides information on the cultures and histories of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and the Roman Empire.
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  • The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

    Gill Harvey, Struan Reid, Jane Chisholm, Inklink, Jane Ghisholm, Ian Jackson, Aziz Khan

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, March 1, 2002)
    Introduces the history, government, religion, and culture of ancient Egypt, describes how archaeologists learn about Egyptian civilization, and suggests related Web sites.
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  • Great Empires & Their Discoveries

    Daud Ali

    Paperback (Anness, Dec. 5, 2001)
    An illustrated thematic history book that focuses on how humankind pushed back the boundaries of knowledge and the known world.
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  • The Ancient Americas

    Jen Green

    Paperback (Anness, June 26, 2003)
    Discover all about the everday life of America's native peoples through the 25,000 years of human history.
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  • From the Stone Age to The Space Age

    Philip Brookes

    Paperback (Anness, June 26, 2003)
    From the first steps towards civilization among prehistoric peoples, this visual encyclopedia moves on to explore the early societies of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, and their history-making achievements such as the invention of writing.
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  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs

    Dougal Dixon

    Hardcover (Anness, May 16, 2006)
    Here is the ultimate book for dinosaur lovers--a complete identification guide featuring 600 dinosaurs, written by a leading expert and stunningly illustrated.
  • Everyday Life in the Ancient World

    Daud Ali

    Paperback (Anness, Sept. 6, 2001)
    A highly visual, thematic history that looks at the different ways in which human society and lifestyles have evolved.
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