The Incas

The Incas

Book - 1999
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How did Incan doctors perform brain surgery? What happened to most of the gold and silver treasures of the Incas? How did Incan farmers water their crops? What evidence survives to tell us about the Incas? Whatever you want to know about the ancient Incas, you will find the answer in this book. Each title in the Understanding People in the Past series is specially designed for the needs of the young researcher. Each book includes: Clear information about all aspects of Incan civilization, supported by historical evidence Maps that place the civilization in its geographical context A timeline, ideas for further research, and a glossary that explains difficult words. Book jacket.
Publisher: Des Plaines, Ill. : Heinemann Library, c1999.
ISBN: 9781575728896
Branch Call Number: j 985.019 REES R
Characteristics: 64 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), col. maps ; 25 cm.


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