Wallwave the Sea Warrior: Adventures of War Queens and Battle Heroes - Drew Carson - Books - S A Carson - 9781908184030 - August 18, 2012
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Wallwave the Sea Warrior: Adventures of War Queens and Battle Heroes

Drew Carson

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Wallwave the Sea Warrior: Adventures of War Queens and Battle Heroes

In the days before written history, clues to everyday events can be found of the existence of a chariot-based civilization in the Western Plains of Russia and Mongolia. This points to a way of life based on chariots, horses and bronze-age weapons. These clues include aerial sites, chariots, jewelry, swords and axes. Evidently the charioteers lived, died and were buried in a horse-based way of life that was more advanced in terms of chariots that had been developed up to that time. This civilization had apparently covered much of the Asian and Chinese as well as the Russian Western Plains. It was a pre-Celtic way of life. We do not know the name of the tribes or what language they spoke. The islands and rivers had not yet been taken over by Vikings, as happened later. How did a pre-Viking and pre-Celtic civilization develop into the later domination of the Vikings which was spread throughout eastern Europe and western Asia and Russia? Obviously, pre-Gaelic and pre-Viking legends and myth need to be consulted. The longboats of war as well as chariots play a powerful part in these adventures. In those days warrior queens as well as heroic Vikings played a large part. The latter-day wars organized by Queen Bodicea of Britain who drove the Romans out of the British Isles; Queen Maeve of Connaught who led the united armies of Ireland against Ulster were similarly heroic figures. These warrior queens were field-marshals and planners of war as well as chariot warriors. Perhaps the last of this line was Saint Joan of Arc. This story covers the birth, boyhood and early life of Wallwave the Young Sea Warrior with his father King Waterbear and his mother War Queen Springvision.

Media Books     Paperback Book   (Book with soft cover and glued back)
Released August 18, 2012
ISBN13 9781908184030
Publishers S A Carson
Pages 248
Dimensions 150 × 13 × 226 mm   ·   340 g
Language English  

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