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    The Legends of Alice Pendragon:

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  1. Alice Pendragon is 11 years old.  She has grown up with a world of legends around her.  This amazing heritage, although she sometimes gets weary of it, will see her through the awful growing up years ahead.  She is related to Royalty, and her DNA is a blood line of Kings!  She is about to discover how this sort of bizarre history is going to be a matter of life and death!



Discover the mystery of the Thirteen Treasures of Britain.  Alice, her band of friends, and her little brother must find the treasures, which were lost when Merlin vanished in order to save Little Arthur’s life.


Thirteen Treasures

(also called Hallows)

  1. 1)Sword of Rhydderh  Hael

  2. 2) Hamper of Gwyddno Long-Shank

  3. 3) The Horn of Bran the Niggard

  4. 4) Chariot of Morgan the Wealthy

  5. 5) Halter of Clydno Eiddyn

  6. 6)Knife of Llawfrodedd the Horseman

  7. 7)The Cauldron of Dyrnwch the Giant

  8. 8)The Whetstone of Tudwal Tudglyd

  9. 9) The Coat of Padarn Red-Coat

  10. 10) The Crock and Dish of Rhygenydd the Cleric

  11. 11) The Chessboard of Gwenddolau

  12. 12) Eluned’s Stone

  13. 13) The Mantle of Arthur in Cornwall

(And sometimes, the Mantle of Tegau Durgon)


The Treasures were last seen in the keeping of Merlin.  When he was enchanted away by the nymph Nimue, and taken to live forever more in the glass castle on the lost island, the treasures also became lost.  The quest for the treasures has been never ending.

 
 
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Sometimes there are two other Treasures mentioned in the literature about these mysterious items:  The Mantle of Tegan Eurfon and Eluned’s Stone.  When these are included, the Crock and Dish of Rhygenydd are counted as one; that is what is pictured above.  These earliest treasures were described in legend as being “in the North.”  (Please note none of these items pictured above is the “real” treasure; no pictures exist of these ancient, lost artifacts; the pictures above are modern day interpretations of what these items may have looked like!  We need pictures for our story!!)

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