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Review - A novel about apprentice archaeologists in Pakistan

For the seventh novel from the series Drôles d’aventures (Strange Adventures), the publishing house Gallimard Jeunesse invites readers to discover the marvelous world of archeology in the Pakistan province of Baluchistan. Friendship, adventure and danger intertwine with real facts to give the reader a fun and enriching experience. The book is supported by Bernard Gabriel’s quality storyline and Philippe Biard’s beautiful black and white illustrations.

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Peru’s most beautiful archaeological sites

Present-day Peru has been the territory of numerous cultures. Still largely unknown, today the remains of these ancient civilizations constitute extremely important archaeological sites. In a series of posts, the Bloggers-travellers-photographers from the website lesglobeblogeurs.com present what they consider to be the most beautiful sites.

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Nicholas does a PhD

What’s a PhD? [1]

Avertissement [2] : People have often asked us what research we’re doing. Despite our best efforts to be vague and barely comprehensible, our parents and friends invariably reply ‘yes, yes,’ while more or less sighing, more intrigued than ever. So we have resigned ourselves to describing not our work, but the life of a Ph.D student to the astonished masses. Going by the first reactions, it would appear that we have suceeded.

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