National Geographic December 2008 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine December 2008

National Geographic December 2008

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John Updike's Mars { Mars; Visions of Mars}
Humanity is on intimate terms with the red planet. By John Updike
Wallace { The Other Darwin; Alfred Russel Wallace; The Man Who Wasn't Darwin: Alfred Russel Wallace}
Alfred Russel Wallace is the forgotten evolutionist. By David Quammen Photographs by Robert Clark
West Bank Looting { The Stolen Past: Looting Imperils the Holy Land's Sacred Sites}
Looters are ravaging West Bank archaeological sites. By Karen E. Lange Photographs by Michael Melford
Klamath River { Reuniting a River: Klamath River}
Unlikely allies work to let the Klamath River run free. By Russ Rymer Photographs by David McLain
King Herod { King Herod Revealed; The Real King Herod: Architect of the Holy Land; The Holy Land's Visionary Builder: Herod}
His unearthed tomb reflects his cruelty and brilliance. By Tom Mueller Photographs by Michael Melford
Saving Lives in India { India Health; Village Health Workers; Necessary Angels: Village Health Workers}
In rural India, women volunteers save lives. By Tina Rosenberg Photographs by Lynn Johnson

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JERUSALEM' S HOLY GROUND(31 x 20 1/8 inches)
Included: Drawings of Solomon' s Temple ( ca. 960 B. C. ), Herod' s Temple ( ca. 10 B. C. ), and the Dome of the Rock ( A. D. 691) , with notes on architectural details; painting of a sacrifice on the Mount Moriah rock; illustrations of priests moving th

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