The Horizon book of lost worlds / by the editors of Horizon magazine ; editor in charge, Marshall B. Davidson ; narrative by Leonard Cottrell.

; Cottrell, Leonard
New York : American Heritage Pub. Company : [1962] .

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Other Title Lost worlds
Horizon (New York, N.Y.)
Other Authors Cottrell, Leonard.
Davidson, Marshall B.
Subjects Civilization, Ancient.
Description 431 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 32 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Also issued online.
Summary Includes material on the ancient civilization of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Sumer, Babylonia, the Indus river, Crete, Mycenae, and Anatolia. Also includes material on the Minoans, Etruscans, Khmers, and Maya.
Contents Myth and reality -- The flowering of Egypt -- Anarchy and recovery -- Glory and decline -- Sumer: The dawn of civilization -- The age of Hammurabi -- Kings of the world -- The valley of the Indus -- Romance of rediscovery -- Crete: The island of Minos -- Mycenae: Home of the heroes -- The lost worlds of Anatolia -- The enigmatic Etruscans -- Voices from the past --- The land of the Khmers -- The riddle of the Maya.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)370523
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