The Lydians Treasure Giancarlo Cogoni

ISBN: 9781494944858

Published: January 9th 2014

Paperback

244 pages


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The Lydians Treasure  by  Giancarlo Cogoni

The Lydians Treasure by Giancarlo Cogoni
January 9th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 244 pages | ISBN: 9781494944858 | 3.43 Mb

Two whole years were needed to accomplish this fresco about the Nuragic civilization which, at the time the novel has been set, 1222 B.C., was the most advanced one throughout the western Mediterranean Sea. Coeval with the Mycenaean civilization,MoreTwo whole years were needed to accomplish this fresco about the Nuragic civilization which, at the time the novel has been set, 1222 B.C., was the most advanced one throughout the western Mediterranean Sea.

Coeval with the Mycenaean civilization, remarkable are their cultural, religious and architectonic points of contact: one for all the Nuraghes tholos shaped domes equal to Agamemnons tomb, not mentioning the striking inner passageways which seem to be transported from the cyclopean stone walls of Tiryns in the Peloponnese. The scenario is a Sardinia island quite different from now, which boasted an abundance of wooded lands, wildlife and spring waters. Marvelous land, such as the Phantoms Bangalla or Flashs Mongo, it exists, in our imagination. Like them, it represents a world apart, and it gets real, in our heart.

But whats the ancient link between Lydia and Sardinia? Lets just think about the name of the Lydian capital, Sardis, and how Herodotus, in the first volume of his The Histories, already wrote about the grievous famine and its consequences during the reign of Atys... Discover the magic adventures of Fish and the many companions on his journey, who might possibly be some Nuragic bronze statues which have been infused with the vital sap, in this classic styled graphic novel, which will give you true enjoyment thanks to its wide page drawings.

Let yourself get carried away by the turn of events that follow an endless hunting, the search of a treasure that all of us have close at hand, but that often we lose sight of...



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