The Seven Wonders of the World
The seven wonders of the ancient world are seven man-made structures around the rim of the Mediterranean Sea that have been widely considered to be extraordinary feats of human engineering and design. While the commonly-accepted list of wonders focuses on the Mediterranean area, there are certainly many other wonderful and extraordinary structures from other parts of the world that the writers of this list were likely not familiar with.
This book discusses the classical seven wonders of the ancient world, including their construction, life, and destruction.
Table of contents
- The Seven Wonders
- The Great Pyramid at Giza
- The Hanging Gardens at Babylon
- The Statue of Zeus at Olympia
- The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
- The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
- The Colossus at Rhodes
- The Pharos at Alexandria
Note to Editors
For consistency, all dates should be labeled as "BCE" instead of "BC".