By Brian Fagan
* Giovanni Belzoni, the 19th-century archaeologist who introduced the top of Ramesses II again to England
* Heinrich Schliemann, the trendy discoverer of prehistoric Greece whose excavations incorporated Mycenae and the traditional urban of Troy
* Howard Carter, who stumbled on King Tut's tomb
* Mary and Louis Leakey, whose discovery of humanoid fossils positioned human evolution's starting in Africa
From the romance of golden pharaohs and misplaced civilizations to pcs, tree ring courting, and various different clinical tools, Archaeologists is an engaging examine the explorers of the human past.
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