Digging deep : how science unearths puzzles from the past
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Toronto : Annick Press, [2019].
Status
Westover - Kids Nonfiction
J 930.1 SCAND

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Book
Physical Desc
116 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 25 cm
Street Date
1809
Language
English
ISBN
9781773212395, 1773212397

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Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 106-110) and index.
Description
"Archaeological finds add to our understanding of the world. This book showcases six discoveries made that changed the way we view history through recent advances in science. Discoveries include new clues about life in the Stone Age gleaned from Ötzi the Ice Man, the extent of the lost city of Angkor through the use of drones, and King Richard III's villainous reputation deduced from the discovery of his long-lost tomb, Digging Deep is full of fascinating examples of how modern science has disrupted the status quo."--,Provided by publisher.
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Issued also in electronic formats.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Scandiffio, L. (2019). Digging deep: how science unearths puzzles from the past . Annick Press.

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Scandiffio, Laura. 2019. Digging Deep: How Science Unearths Puzzles From the Past. Toronto: Annick Press.

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Scandiffio, Laura. Digging Deep: How Science Unearths Puzzles From the Past Toronto: Annick Press, 2019.

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Scandiffio, Laura. Digging Deep: How Science Unearths Puzzles From the Past Annick Press, 2019.

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