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Eoin F. Scott Memorial Lecture

Dragons are part of an ancient cosmology, with conflict of opposites, says Marko Frelih of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum. They are linked in folklore with eternity – and hence gold, and treasure. Could this explain the one inscribed in Maeshowe?


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