Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Archaeology: Mapungubwe Box D by Janette Deacon
  

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Rainbow Reading Level 4 - Archaeology: Mapungubwe Box D by Janette Deacon

This factual book tells the story of World Heritage Site, Mapungubwe, which is on the border between South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Archaeologists have found many artefacts at this site that are evidence of how people lived there between 900 and 1300 years ago. Maps show the location and photographs show the different kinds of artefacts found there, including gold jewellery, iron arrows and pottery bowls. Today, Mapungubwe is a National Park. People can visit the museum to explore life long ago.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Janette Deacon
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

25th February 2009

ISBN

9780521758727


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