Bible Images and Biblical Archaeology Illustrations by Balage Balogh.
Bible Images and Biblical Archaeology Illustrations by Balage Balogh. Select a category People Jesus Biblical Characters Various Ancient People Travels of Paul the Apostle Country Egypt France Greece Iran Iraq Israel Jerusalem Italy Jordan Lebanon Libya Syria Tunisia Turkey Time Period Prehistory Uruk Period Early Bronze Age Middle Bronze Age Late Bronze Age Iron Age I Iron Age II Assyrian Period Babylonian Period Persian Period Hellenistic Period Roman Period.
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Start by marking The Illustrated Atlas Of Archaeology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Illustrated Atlas. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Text, illustrations, and maps provide an overview of the science of archaeology, including excavation methods, restoration techniques, and the evolution of civilizations the world over as documented by archaeologists.
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Archaeology as a discipline has a history as colorful as the subject it studies-the artifacts of the human past. With all this activity in Chinese archaeology, they show us the terracotta army AGAIN! but other than that, it's a great book. Who hasn't heard of lamboyant excavator Heinrich Schliemann, who unearthed (and looted) Troy's gold? Author Bahn leads a team of a dozen scholars down that parallel track of eccentric personalities and the things they dug up, resulting in a compact volume with a worldwide embrace, evenly balanced between sites famous and obscure.
Extensive Illustrations The Atlas of Archaeology is sumptuously illustrated with photographs of the artefacts found at each site followed by a detailed full-colour drawing of the site as it would have appeared originally. Photographs of archaeologists at work and explanations of their techniques provide the technical information that is the basis of all archaeological digs. Comprehensive Gazetteer Fourteen full-colour maps show more than 1 200 sites around the world and accompanying profiles give the location of each the date of discovery and the key finds.
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