500 Things to Know About the Ancient World
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An illustrated paperback title with 500 facts about the ancient world.
Packed with hundreds of fun facts about the people, places and events of the ancient world, this essential book contains fascinating statistics and quotes spanning thousands of years.
For example. Did you know that the Ancient Aztecs invented football? How did they get the squishy bits out of the insides of mummies in Ancient Egypt? How many Egyptian pharaohs were called Ramesses? Who liked to eat boiled ostrich?
Did you know that the Romans' favourite sauce wasn't tomato ketchup, but rancid fish? Can you name the Twelve Olympian gods of Ancient Greece? Can you list ten top facts about cats in Ancient Egypt?
An ideal history gift for kids.
Product code: cmc31184
Exhibition: The First Emperor
Gift recipient: For children under 12
Price category: Under £10
Title: 500 Things to Know About the Ancient World
Author: Carolyn Howitt
Number of pages: 152
llustrations: 201 colour and 20 b/w
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