The Wizard to the Court of King Arthur creates a Chronicle recording his exploits. These encrypted annals etched onto copper sheets, describe the schooling of Arthur in kingship, the orchestration of his coronation, the establishment of the Knights of the Round Table and the planning of the first battle fought against the Saxon Horde in 547 AD. This book contains 35 riddles. You may decide to try and solve them yourself, follow the characters in their endeavors, or consult the appendices for detailed solutions. Whatever you choose; follow the Quest to recover the Amulet.
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The popular figure of King Arthur and his knights in shining armour, performing acts of chivalry, is far from the truth. Arthur was the sixth century general (real name: Aurelius Ambrosius) whose troops were mainly cavalry, disciplined like Roman soldiers. He harassed the Saxons, and his successes halted their advance for the better part of fifty years. So why has so little evidence been found? A Quest for King Arthur is the story of what really happened Amulet is the second book in a four part series.
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