At Home in Her Tomb: Lady Dai and the Ancient Chinese Treasures of Mawangdui
This middle-grade chapter book unearths the mysteries of the Mawangdui (mah-wahng-dway) tombs, one of China’s top archaeological finds of the last century. Miniature servants, mysterious silk paintings, scrolls of long-lost secrets, and the best preserved mummy in the world (the body of Lady Dai) are just some of the artifacts that shed light upon life in China during the Han dynasty.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Sullywriter - LibraryThing
Fascinating account of the discovery and excavation of three 2000-year-old tombs in western China. The most remarkable find in the tombs was the remarkably well-preserved body of a Chinese noblewoman ... Read full review
AT HOME IN HER TOMB: Lady Dai and the Ancient Chinese Treasures of MawangduiUser Review - Kirkus
Debut author Liu-Perkins' infectious curiosity shines in this exploration of a Han dynasty burial chamber excavated in 1972.The "best preserved body in the world." This honor goes to no ordinary mummy ... Read full review
FacetoFace with Lady Dai Chapter 1 Excavation of a Time Capsule Chapter 2 The Mysterious Cadaver Chapter 3 A House Underground Chapter 4 A...