Dragons: a natural history

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Barnes & Noble Books, 1995 - Social Science - 120 pages
7 Reviews
The first book on the most fascinating mythical creatures of all, Dragons provides a splendid, illustrated panorama of these beasts in legend, history, and art. More than 100 spectacular illustrations show more than 30 dragons and are enhanced by a captivating commentary about their origins, appearance, feats, and fates.

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Review: Dragons: A Natural History

User Review  - Anna - Goodreads

When I first read the introduction to this book, I thought it would be rather boring. Boy, was I wrong! Reading about the different types of dragons in mythological story form was fascinating! Read full review

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User Review  - Joshua Mcdonald - Goodreads

the legends were interesting, could have done without the theory and opinions about dragons being surviving dinosaurs though. Read full review

Contents

World of Dragons Map
6
SemiDragons
39
Classical Dragons
57
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