By David Peters
Textual content and artwork painting over a hundred prehistoric reptiles of land, sea, and air, together with the reptiles that preceded the dinosaurs, the dinosaur giants of the Mesozoic period, and the big reptiles of the age of mammals.
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From the room where Girmail held the visitors fascinated, there sounded a confused continuous . noise. ' cried Kelat. 'Do they think that for a single wretched copper coin they can stay for an hour trampling my precious carpet? Why shouldn't I charge two or three? ' Nomi made no reply. ' Kelat cried. dles of gold ~rocade. ' -fl But Nomi only shook her head and left the room. Was she worried? Did she think the money would attract robbers? Didn't she know that no robber would dare to enter the house of a friend of the Governor?
The little room was silent until the farmer spoke. ' screamed Kelat, 'You starveling -and I the richest man in Isfahan. You'll live to regret your pity! ' He seized his whip, clambered into his carriage, and amidst flying dust the pair of white horses bore him back to Isfahan. Duhuk stood still with drooping head. Ningal came up to him and took his hand. 'I heard what he said,' she whispered. Her father clasped her to him. 5 afraid,' he said gently. ' Meanwhile Kelat did not go straight home, but to the Governor's palace.
Just then Kasim called up to the roof. ' laughed Kelat. ' . One evening the following week, after the door had been closed, he told Kasim to take the bay horse-Kelat now had a pair of white ones for the carriage-and ride to Duhuk's house. The house was worth little, and the land around it was poor, but Kelat wanted to buy them. Ningal was asleep by the time Kasim knocked on the door. It was opened by Duhuk, carrying a lighted candle. 'I'm Kasim, servant of Kelat the carpetmerchant,' announced Kasim.
A gallery of dinosaurs & other early reptiles by David Peters