Dead Men Tell Tales
by Harry Rimmer
Number of pages: 360
One of the most timely and fascinating books of this generation. The general public is conscious of the field of archaeology, and the great discoveries that are being made in that realm. In this volume you will go with the diggers into the ancient ages of the Bible lands, and learn many things.
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