Journey to the Copper Age: Archaeology in the Holy Land

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Six thousand years ago, people living in the southern Levant moved from small, autonomous village lifestyles to complex social structures with innovations and products that remain today. Humans discovered how to irrigate the desert and grow fruit crops, and transform copper ore into a useable metal, for the first time.

Journey to the Copper Age: Archaeology in the Holy Land 2008, San Diego Museum of Man, Norwalk

ISBN-13: 9780837808833

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Journey to the Copper Age: Archaeology in the Holy Land 2007, San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego, CA

ISBN-13: 9780937808832

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