Archeological Wonders Chapters

Even though ancient people died, or their civilizations were wiped-out by catastrophes, they left behind evidence of how they once lived. This collection reveals some of the wonders which archeologists have uncovered.

The Egyptians have the Rosetta Stone; the Babylonians have King Darius who provides key information to unlock Cuneiform.

T-Rex is an extinct, North American meat-eating dinosaur first found in 1902 by Barnum Brown.

Since the early 19th century, people have searched for fossilized dinosaurs (starting when these enormous creatures were previously unknown and unname...

In 1802, a 12-year-old school boy named Pliny Moody is the first person to discover fossilized dinosaur tracks.

A tomb in the ancient town of Aegae (Aigai), known today as Vergina, holds treasures from Alexander's father, Philip II. The site may actually be the ...

New discoveries of known and unknown dinosaurs continue to provide new information about Earth's past.

The Egyptians are experts at creating mummies; after death, the pharaohs after death went through a process of mummification.

Alexander and his army come face to face with Asian elephants in India.

Ephialtes, a Greek traitor, leads Xerxes' army on a secret path around Thermopylae in order to surround and defeat the Greek army.

TheHimalayan Mountains claim nine of the world's ten highest peaks, including the highest Mount Everest.

Bacteria from a bee in amber has been revived; however, science cannot yet revive an extinct animal.

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