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DIG Magazine Back Issues

Let your budding archaeologist uncover the treasures of the past with DIG, the premiere world history magazine for students ages 9-14. Explore the mysteries of the pharoahs’ tombs, learn secrets of Roman emperors, and visit the legendary citadel of Machu Picchu. With stunning photographs, vivid artwork, and engrossing articles from real experts from around the world, each ad-free issue of DIG makes history come alive right in your living room or classroom.

Readers can play games from ancient Assyria, prepare an Ancient Greek recipe, decipher inscriptions on ruined temples, and spot the mistakes in classic paintings. Get an up-close look at the work that real archaeologists do every day and read breaking news about discoveries that alter the way we look at the past. This is the closest you can get to an archaeological dig without getting dirty!

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  1. Liang Hongyu & China's Song Dynasty

    Liang Hongyu & China's Song Dynasty

    $6.95
    DIG February 2018. Get to know the history China like never before by meeting the her-oes (famous women leaders and warriors) and digging into social and cultural practices, military, and political history, and more with this edition of DIG magazine. Learn More
  2. Around the World in 800 C.E.

    Around the World in 800 C.E.

    $6.95
    800 is the magic number in this riveting edition of DIG magazine. Find out what was going on around the globe during this pivotal period of time. Plus, the big-wigs of 800 sported some pretty great hats. Learn More
  3. Syria Through the Lens of History and Music

    Syria Through the Lens of History and Music

    $6.95
    DIG March 2018. Syria! Many kids (and even some adults) can’t even find it on a map, let alone understand global influence this diverse history has had. Get to know the fascinating past through a look at various facets of culture, people and better understand the current political situation in this often-overlooked area of the world. Learn More
  4. Ludwig von Beethoven

    Ludwig von Beethoven

    $6.95
    DIG April 2018. Being Beethoven couldn’t have been easy, and this edition of DIG introduces your kids to everything they’ve ever wanted to know (and more) about this masterful musician. Learn More
  5. The Atlantic Slave Trade

    The Atlantic Slave Trade

    $6.95
    DIG May-June 2018. Taking a distinct approach to studying slavery in America, this edition of DIG magazine focuses on what made the slave trade possible—the routes, ports, vessels, and people. Learn More
  6. The Lure of Gold

    The Lure of Gold

    $6.95
    DIG July-August 2018. This edition of DIG Magazine is going for the gold – and it’s worth the rush. The allure of gold has had a long and (pardon our pun) rich history. DIG Magazine will give you the full scope of this valuable metal, from what it is to why it’s valuable. Learn More
  7. EXCAVATING AMENMESES'S TOMB

    EXCAVATING AMENMESES'S TOMB

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    DIG September 2018. Do you know who Amenmeses is? In this enlightening edition of DIG Magazine, you and your kids will get to know Ancient Egypt through the stories of this very intriguing royal figure. Learn More
  8. ATHENS THROUGH TIME

    ATHENS THROUGH TIME

    $6.95
    DIG October 2018. Mighty Acropolis! Majestic Parthenon! Contests between gods! A city whose people influence the path of Western Civilization! And it’s all in this issue on Athens! Learn More
  9. China's Kingdom of Chu

    China's Kingdom of Chu

    $6.95
    DIG November-December 2018. Get up close with China’s Kingdom of Chu—an Ancient world full of wonder that brought remarkable and lasting achievements in art, literature, and philosophy. Learn More
  10. 1860's What A Decade

    1860's What A Decade

    $6.95
    DIG Into History May-June 2019. Abraham Lincoln, Otto von Bismarck, Karl Marx, Japan’s Meiji, the Suez Canal, the Great Tea Race, the Hippomobile — the 1860s had all this and much more!! Learn More

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