Unlocking the Past

Author(s): Carmel Young

History

Take your students on an exciting journey to the ancient past with Unlocking the Past: Preliminary Studies in the Ancient World, Second Edition. Now in full-colour, this comprehensive text with CD-ROM has been fully revised by our award-winning author team to meet the requirements of the NSW Ancient History Syllabus (2005). The engaging material throughout will stimulate your students' interest in Ancient History and provide in-depth development of essential skills, providing a thorough foundation for further studies in the subject. Key Features: ' Sample chapter from the book ' Sample interview with a historian from the CD-ROM ' Bonus worksheets for each chapter ' A blog where students can participate in discussions on Ancient History. Website: www.unlockingthepast.com.au


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Introduction: the roles of the historian and archaeologist in investigating the past 1. The work of the historian 2. The work of the archaeologist 3. Who owns the past? Case Studies 4. Ancient human remains 5. Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia 6. Can the Sphinx be saved? 7. Schliemann and the treasure from Troy 8. Boudicca: resistance to Roman rule 9. The Oxus Treasure 10. The Entombed Warriors of Xian Ancient Societies, Sites and Sources 11. Deir el Medina 12. Persepolis 13. Thera 14. Vergina 15. The Colosseum 16. Pliny the Younger: a provincial governor 17. Angkor Complex

General Fields

  • : 9780170136792
  • : Cengage Learning Australia
  • : Cengage Learning Australia
  • : September 2007
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Carmel Young
  • : Paperback
  • : 2nd edition
  • : 994