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Big Encyclopedia. Archeology
Big Encyclopedia. Archeology. Simple answers to difficult questions:
At what age did Heinrich Schliemann take up archeology?
Have the Vikings visited America?
How did cavemen make fire?
How did cavemen make their tools?
How did the Egyptians learn to save mummies?
How did the Inca Empire die?
How do archaeologists find out what they find?
How was the divination of the Delphic oracle done?
How were the Egyptian pyramids built?
Under what name did Pharaoh Tutankhamun ascend to the throne and why did he change it?
What lack of Scythians led to the collapse of their hegemony in Front Asia?
What role did the solar eclipse of May 28, 585 BC play in the history of the ancient peoples of the West Asia?
What secrets did the Chinese people care for more than their eyes?
What was Cro-Magnon?
What was the curse of Tutankhamen?
What was the longest-serving empire in human history?
What woman in ancient Egypt was depicted with a man's beard?
What wonder of the world could you see only 50 years old?
When did people start mining for minerals?
When did the first states appear?
When was the Colosseum opened and how long did the gladiators playing dedicated to this event last?
When was the first mummy made?
Where did people live in the Stone Age?
Where did the Indians come to America from?
Where were the first fossils found?
Which army accompanied the first Chinese emperor to the afterlife?
Which of the antiquities is the most famous?
Which Pharaoh built the largest pyramid?
Who are the cavemen?
Who are the Neanderthals?
Who robbed the Pharaohs?
Why Rome fell?
Why was the horse deprived of honor?
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