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Series: New Horizons

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Aboriginal Australians : First Nations of an Ancient Continent by Stephen Muecke
Alexander the Great : Man of Action, Man of Spirit by Pierre Briantnot in English Common Knowledge
Alexandria : Past, Present and Future by Jean-Yves Empereur
The Amazon: Past, Present, and Future by Alain Gheerbrant
Ancient Greece: Utopia and Reality (New Horizons) by Pierre Lévêque
Angkor: Heart of an Asian Empire by Bruno Dagens
Architecture of the Renaissance: From Brunelleschi to Palladio by Bertrand Jestaz
The Aztecs: Rise and Fall of an Empire by Serge Gruzinski
Bonnard : The Colour of Daily Life by Antoine Terrasse
The Bronze Age in Europe by Jean-Pierre Mohen
The Cathedral Builders of the Middle Ages by Alain Erlande-Brandenburg
The Celts: Conquerors of Ancient Europe by Christiane Eluere
Cezanne: The First Modern Painter (New Horizons) by Michel Hoog
Charles Darwin: The Scholar Who Changed Human History by Patrick Tort
Cleopatra: The Life and Death of a Pharaoh by Edith Flamarion
Colors: The Story of Dyes and Pigments by François Delamare
Le Corbusier: Architect of a New Age by Jean Jenger
Corot : The Poetry of Landscape by Vincent Pomarède
The Crusaders: Warriors of God by Georges Tate
D-Day: and the Invasion of Normandy by Anthony Kemp
Dada: The Revolt of Art by Marc Dachy
Dali: The Impresario of Surrealism (New Horizons) by Jean-Louis Gaillemin
Degas: The Man and His Art by Henry Loyrette
Discoveries: Birth of the Universe (Discoveries (Abrams)) by Xuan Thuan Trinh
Discoveries: Toulouse-Lautrec (Discoveries (Abrams)) by Claire Freches-throy
Easter Island: Mystery of the Stone Giants by Catherine Orliac
Egon Schiele: The Egoist (Discoveries) by Jean-Louis Gaillemin
The Forbidden City: Center of Imperial China by Dominique Morel
Fossils: Evidence of Vanished Worlds by Yvette Gayrard-Valy
Francis Bacon: "Taking Reality by Surprise" (New Horizons) by Christophe Domino
The Garden: Visions of Paradise (New Horizons) by Gabrielle Van Zuylen
Gaudí: Visionary Architect by Philippe Thiébaut
Gauguin: The Quest for Paradise by Françoise Cachin
The Golden Treasures of Troy: The Dream of Heinrich Schliemann by Hervé Duchêne
Goya: Painter of Terror and Splendour by Jeannine Baticle
Graphic Design: A History (Discoveries) by Alain Weill
The Great Pyramids by Jean-Pierre Corteggiani
Henri Cartier-Bresson: Here and Now by Clément Chéroux
Heraldry by Michel Pastoureau
How Weather Works: Understanding the Elements (New Horizons) by René Chaboud
The Human Body: Image and Emotion by Phillippe Comar
The Incas: Empire of Blood and Gold (New Horizons) by Carmen Bernand
India and the Mughal Dynasty by Valerie Berinstain
The Irish Famine by Peter Gray
Japan: The Fleeting Spirit (New Horizons) by Nelly Delay
Khmer by Thierry Zephir
Knossos : Unearthing a Legend by Alexandre Farnoux
Lewis Carroll in Wonderland: The Life and Times of Alice and her Creator by Stephanie Lovett Stoffel
Manet:The Influence of the Modern by Françoise Cachin
Matisse: The Wonder of Color by Xavier Girard
Megaliths: Stones of Memory by Jean-Pierre Mohen
Monet: The Ultimate Impressionist by Sylvie Patin
Mozart: From Child Prodigy to Tragic Hero by Michel Parouty
Newton: Understanding the Cosmos (New Horizons) by Jean-Pierre Maury
North Pole, South Pole: Journeys to the Ends of the Earth by Bertrand Imbert
Numbers. The universal language by Denis Guedj
Petra: Lost City of the Ancient World by Christian Augé
Pompeii: The Day a City Died by Robert Etienne
Prehistoric Art and Civilization by Denis Vialou
Ramesses II: Greatest of the Pharaohs by Bernadette Menu
The Reign of the Dinosaurs by Jean-Guy Michard
Rembrandt: Master of the Portrait by Pascal Bonafoux
Renoir: A Sensuous Vision by Anne Distel
The Search for Ancient China by Corinne Debaine-Francfort
The Search For Ancient Egypt by Jean Vercoutter
The Search for Ancient Greece by Roland Etienne
Shakespeare: Court, Crowd and Playhouse (New Horizons) by Francois Laroque
Signs, Symbols and Ciphers by Georges Jean
Standing Stones: Stonehenge, Carnac and the World of Megaliths by Jean-Pierre Mohem
The Story of Jazz: Bop and Beyond by Arnad Franck
Tibet: Turning the Wheel of Life (New Horizons) by Françoise Pommaret
Vampires : restless creatures of the night by Jean Marigny
The Vikings: Lord of the Seas by Yves Cohat
Volcanoes: Fire from the Earth (Discoveries) by Maurice Krafft
Vuillard: Masters of the Intimate Interior New Horizons by Guy Cogeval
The Wisdom of the Buddha by Jean Boisselier
Writing: the story of alphabets and scripts by Georges Jean

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