Accounts of Dragons Persisted for Millennia Up Until About 17th Century Read Written Histories at Genesis Park


Flying and terrestrial dragons have been reported throughout history, few though during the last three to four hundred years, but before that many accounts recorded for instance the Bator Dragon killed in Hungary in 1053 a. d., and the Wawec Dragon killed in Poland during the 8th century a. d. by poisoning, having eaten a sheep’s carcass which had been packed inside with sulphur, such detail that “you can’t make this stuff up!” Marco Polo had much to say about dragons in China in the 1200’s, and the Chinese book of Zuozhuan many accounts of dragons, also the Greek historian Megasthenese who noted many dragons in India, all discussed in the superb section Dragons in History at Genesis Park (dot com).