Prehistoric Peoples

Prehistoric Peoples

Discover the Ancient World of the First Human Beings

Book - 2002
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An overview of what life was like for prehistoric people, featuring illustrations, maps and photographs. It explores how human beings survived, the types of dwellings they lived in, what they ate and what they wore, and their customs and culture. This journey takes us from prehistoric times, through the Ice Age and beyond, up to the first settled towns and villages across the globe - from America in the west to China and Japan in the east. The maps show the sites of archaeological discoveries, migrations of the first peoples, and the first settlements. This volume is part of a set of eight thematically-structured titles on the history of the world with emphasis on geographical and historical context.
Publisher: New York : Anness Publishing, c2002.
ISBN: 9781842156209
Branch Call Number: J/930/.1/Bro 6173mb 1
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill., col. maps. --
Additional Contributors: Brooks, Philip 1955-


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