Smithsonian Timelines of the Ancient World

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This full-color volume covers the span of prehistory, from the beginnings of the Earth and the emergence of mankind in Africa, through to Egypt and the pyramids, the fall of the Roman Empire, the voyages of discovery, and the height of the Inca Empire — everything through A.D. 1500. Superbly illustrated with 1,700 color photographs of museum artifacts, archaeological finds, artists’ reconstructions, and specially commissioned maps, Timelines is the first comprehensive visual timechart.



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