Follow the development of human civilization around the world
This book takes the reader back through time, showing what it was like to live in the past. It investigates the whole of human history in a lively and accessible visual style, using detailed text and dramatic images to show how great cities were built and destroyed, how wars were lost and won, how new religions were born, and how advances in science and exploration transformed everyday life and the living environment. The high spots of human achievement are all brilliantly brought to life in this fascinating volume. THE HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA Follow the development of human civilization around the world Simon Adams and Philip Brooks CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
About the Authors: This book has been written by a team of expert historians, including John Farndon, Will Fowler and Brian Ward, who have between them authored more than 50 history books for children.
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Biblio NotesDiscover how humans populated the world and how farming and the first communities arose Find out about early weapons and how the technology of warfare has evolved Learn about improvements in science and medicine Full of fascinating facts, plus 1500 clear photographs, illustrations, maps and timelines An informative and accessible book, ideal for any home or school reference library
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