Ancient Greece, Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of Greece's Past

Published by National Geographic Children's Books and Education Publishing Group, one in a 4-book series on ancient civilizations.

From School Library Journal:  
"These titles offer the beautiful photography and illustrations characteristic of the National Geographic Society, well-written texts and sidebars, and information on recent archaeological finds. The authors combine overview material on these cultures, interviews with working archaeologists, and "process" data about how archaeologists and other scientists handle present-day finds, and even finds long-past... [The Greek volume] introduces underwater archaeology in its treatment of two expeditions conducted by George Bass: the 1980s exploration of a ship that sank more than 3000 years ago as well as the exploration of a ship that sank about 400 BCE... Beautifully produced, these books have the potential both to please readers already fascinated by the past but also to attract new fans to archaeology."