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Aztecs Take Manhattan
The exhibition "The Aztec Empire" at the Guggenheim Museum in New York

Back to the Bog
The New York Review of Books' Classics Series throws ancient history enthusiasts a bone with the reissue of P.V. Glob's The Bog People: Iron-Age Man Preserved.

Stone Age Ingenuity
After the Ice: A Global Human History by Stephen Mithen samples the rich archaeological record of Stone Age human ingenuity.

Treasures from Saba
"The Queen of Sheba: Legend and Reality," a new exhibition at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana

Imaging Ice Age Texas
Peni Griffin's 11,000 Years Lost, is a vivid and engrossing picture of Pleistocene society in what was to become Texas.

Native Take on History
The eight-part documentary 500 Nations, originally televised in 1995 and only now available on DVD

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