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Waterfall Walks Calender By Wolfer Gray
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Waterfall Walks 2020 Standard 11" x 8.5" Coil Bound Calendar. Waterfall Landscapes from the Waterfall Walk Guide Books by Wolfer Gray. This colour edition calendar is a series of landscapes... More > of the waterfalls from the One Walk, Waterfall Walks in the Yorkshire Dales, a series of one walk guide books by the same author whose theme is waterfall walks in the geological and archaeological landscape of Malhamdale and the surrounding area where the route of a walk encompasses views of waterfalls, geological and archaeological features sat in a back drop of scenic beauty formed by ice age glaciation and the deposition of carboniferous limestone scenery that attracts many visitors to the area. This series of waterfall walks are in Malham and the surrounding areas of Littondale, Wharfedale, Kettlewell and Inglebrough areas are described in terms of geological, archaeological and industrial features seen on the walks. Archaeological features such as Iron Age huts, barrows, amongst waterfalls, water sinks, and tarns.< Less
Native American Geometry Workbook: Volume 1 By Christopher Hardaker
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“when you do the art, math happens.” – a skill-based, connect-the-dot visual math program 3rd-9th: Math/Art/Science/Landscape Design 9th-12th:... More > Math/Art/Science/Philosophy/Graphics/ Drafting/Landscape Design Native American Geometry explores expressions of prehistoric geometry and their mathematical ramifications for a 3rd – 12th Grade audience. The Native American Geometry Series is a compilation of exercises with printables, and form a practical bridge to the higher maths, including Pythagoras’ Theorem. It was inspired by the archaeological discovery that Native Americans invented their own geometry traditions thousands of years before the arrival of Columbus. Put Your Computers Away. A circle in the dirt or on paper sets everything up.< Less
Dholavira & Lothal, Gujarat, India By Ajay Jain
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When you stand at Dholavira or Lothal in Gujarat in India, you realize people existed at least 5,000 years ago. On the very spot where you see the remains of what may have been very vibrant and rich... More > cities in the 3rd Millennium B.C. Don’t let your imagination wander too much though, it can cause vertigo. These are amongst the largest and most prominent archaeological sites in India belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization. Other important urban centres included Harappa, Mohenjodaro, Ganeriwala, Rakhigarhi, Kalibangan and Rupar. * Download the e-book on Dholavira and Lothal to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. Contact us at wetravel@kunzum.com.**< Less
Shekhawati, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Shekhawati is literally one big open air museum. Add colour, food and bazaars to it and you have a holiday destination for all. Bonus comes in the form of great places to stay and, if you ask the... More > right people, an opportunity to buy genuinely old artifacts and artistic items of household use. You could even buy an old haveli and own some historical real estate for yourself. Shekhawati is a region comprising many towns and villages, not easy to keep track of. It fell on an important trading route in the past. If you see the dry arid landscape of Shekhawati, and commerce limited to small time trading and subsistence agriculture, the once-opulent havelis or mansions built by the Marwari trading class seem out of place. But these are the main attraction for visitors, with their artistic frescos and intricate carvings. * Download the e-book on Shekhawati to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if need be. **< Less
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Food, Bazaars, History - It All Happens Here You go to Jodhpur to savour the famed mirchi vada. And the samosas, bread pakoras, badi pyaza ki kachoris, mogar ki kachoris – topped with sweets... More > and buttermilk. It does not get better than this. And in between mouthfuls, treat yourself to all else that is wonderful in this city. Jodhpur’s bazaars are endless - you can lose yourself for hours in their labyrinthine streets. Choose from glass bangles, Jodhpuri Jutis (shoes), handicrafts, local dresses and antiques including locks and more. If in a mood for history, visit the Jaswant Thada (built in the memory of Jodhpur’s King Jaswant Singh II in 1899) and the Mehrangarh Fort; the latter literally looks down upon the blue city. * Download the e-book on Jodhpur to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. You may contact wetravel@kunzum.com if there are any issues **< Less
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Jaisalmer in Rajasthan in India is a city that has always lived in a fort - and continues to do so even today. It is tough to distinguish between the historical and the present in the 12th century... More > fort - time lies intertwined here. Within the milieu / ramparts of the fort are beautiful Jain temples, old havelis or mansions, a palace museum, restaurants, traditional eateries, hotels and shops. Jaisalmer has much more to offer though. Check out the beautiful Havelis (mansions) built by rich businessmen, the Vyas Chhatris (cenotaph of Sage Vyas) and the Gadsisar Lake. Drive to Kuldhara, home to the Paliwal Brahmins, a rich business and agricultural community who abandoned the city suddenly one night in 1825. Visit the Sam Dunes for stunning sunsets. If you still need a high after all this, visit Doctor Bhaang for his concoctions using leaves and buds of the female cannabis plant. ** More books at http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if you face any issues. **< Less
Guide to Lebanon By World Travel Publishing
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Lebanon has a delightful local cuisine, a breath of white sandy beaches and the Middle East's most vibrant, and lively city, Beirut. The country offers breathtaking landscapes, archaeological sites,... More > and wide range of amenities for its visitors. Guide to Lebanon is your one-off companion on your unforgettable trip!< Less
Ο Κινεζικός πολιτισμός και οι Ελλαδικές επιδράσεις By Δημήτριος Κονιδάρης
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This book, written in Greek, critically examines the view that China developed a complex society and high culture without external influence. It is here illustrated that contact and interaction did... More > take place, based on mobility, migration and exchange processes mainly along the Eurasian Steppe Highway. Not solely via the nomadic tribes but certainly through their agency as well, said interaction included the Mediterranean and Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex. The Hellenistic civilization is shown to be a significant party in this cultural encounter, mainly through its local cultural hybrids of Greek–Bactrian and Greek-Indian polities! The use of gold and silver as preferred luxury materials and the appearance of realistic life-size sculptures are only indicative examples with a rather pronounced Greek dimension; the above, together with architecture, landscape painting, various jewellery techniques, martial arts, and so much more, all owe a great deal to the Aegean heritage.< Less
Explore Fossils!: With 25 Great Projects By Cynthia Light Brown & Grace Brown
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Start an elementary classroom discussion about dinosaurs and you’ll suddenly have a room full of passionately engaged scholars. In Explore Fossils! With 25 Great Projects, readers can expand... More > their dinosaur obsessions into learning opportunities that take them beyond Tyrannosaurus rex to other animals, plants, and microbes that lived long before humans. Explore Fossils! introduces readers to the study of dinosaurs and the history of life on Earth as revealed by fossils. Through hands-on projects, vocabulary boxes, and high-interest content, children discover how fossils form and learn about the landscape and the plants and animals that lived long ago. Scientists use radiometric dating to test these fossils to discover when they were made, what organisms made them, what those organisms used for energy, what killed them, and a whole lot of other information. All from rocks! That’s a lot of information stored under our feet. With Explore Fossils! children can dig in! Ages 7-10 Guided Reading Level: V< Less
The Wilmington Giant By Rodney Castleden
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This is the first book to have been written about the Long Man of Wilmington. Many different theories about the Long Man's origins are discussed and evaluated. The book is a guide to the history and... More > archaeology of the Giant's Downland setting, and will appeal to everyone who loves the landscape, heritage, history and lore of the South Downs. An expanded version of the 1983 edition, which has been described in a review as 'a modern antiquarian classic'. 258 pages, 96 black and white illustrations.< Less

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