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Pirateology

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Product description

In the style of 'Dragonology', 'Pirateology' is the 1720 work of Captain William Lubber, Pirate Hunter General to the Admiralty, and contains a similar variety of recreations and novelties, such as a real compass set into the cover, a page of foiled, embossed doubloons and pieces of eight, and much more. Lubber is also hot on the trail of wicked pirate Arabella Drummond, her cut-throat crew of sea dogs and her ship's cat, the redoubtable Mr. Teach. "Pirateology" follows the enormously successful "Dragonology", "Egyptology" and Wizardology", which have each sold over one million copies worldwide. This book can make a lovely present and it is a fun way to learn about pirates and life at sea in the 18th century.

Item details

Author(s):
Dugald Steer
Condition:
New
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1840112700
ISBN-13:
9781840112702
Number of pages:
32
Publisher:
Templar
Title:
Pirateology

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In the style of 'Dragonology', 'Pirateology' is the 1720 work of Captain William Lubber, Pirate Hunter General to the Admiralty, and contains a similar variety of recreations and novelties, such as a real compass set into the cover, a page of foiled, embossed doubloons and pieces of eight, and much more. Lubber is also hot on the trail of wicked pirate Arabella Drummond, her cut-throat crew of sea dogs and her ship's cat, the redoubtable Mr. Teach. "Pirateology" follows the enormously successful "Dragonology", "Egyptology" and Wizardology", which have each sold over one million copies worldwide. This book can make a lovely present and it is a fun way to learn about pirates and life at sea in the 18th century.

Author(s):
Dugald Steer
Condition:
New
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1840112700
ISBN-13:
9781840112702
Number of pages:
32
Publisher:
Templar
Title:
Pirateology

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