A fictitious archaeological discovery reveals the history of dwarfs, their treasures, mining and metalworking technologies, magic, writings, kings, and underground worldA fictitious archaeological discovery reveals the history of dwarfs, their treasures, mining and metalworking technologies, magic, writings, kings, and underground worldRead Less
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Very good in very good dust jacket. Trade paperback (US). 144 p. Dj in new mylar. Book Club ed. In more than 100 magnificent illustrations., artist David Wenzel depicts this incredible lost race as it once flourished over 1500 yr. ago. Traces the epic migration of the dwarfs from ancient Egypt to the Kingdom of Aegol, and links their history to the legends of Stonehenge and King Arthur's Britain.
His Lordship is a Dahlia enthusiast, and unearths a tiny sword in his favorite Dahlia bed. Reluctantly he allows a short time period to Archaeologists to dig up the bed, and they find the underground entrance to an entirely believable dwarf city.
Enchanting illustrations, and he has followed current thought - that Dwarfs must have drawn together in early history for survival in a highly superstitious age, also that most of the historic sites of England lie in lands owned for generations by high ranking families who aren't offering their lands to be dug up!
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