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THE CALABAR HOARD - A PICTISH TREASURE

eBook (PDF), 195 Pages
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Pictish remains are still occasionally discovered in Scotland. This is the story of a triple find of major importance. A sculptured stone, a treasure trove and a preserved body realise the dreams of the archaeologists invloved. The discoveries however are marred by political in-fighting and the theft of the treasure. The sponsors of the archaeological dig responsible for the finds are two wealthy Scots. The two men mastermind the emergance of a grass roots political organisation called The Scottish Peoples Alliance. The Scottish Peoples Alliance sweeps the polls and becomes the elected Government. After initial success, however, the Alliance begins to disintegrate under pressure. To the dismay of the founders, they find, as other rich individuals had found before them, that wealth and celebrity status do not always ensure success in changing society. The climax of the novel is the severing of ties between England and Scotland and the eventual recovery of The Calabar Hoard.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
James C. Rankine
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
195
File Format
PDF
File Size
769.88 KB

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Printable? Yes
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