Brigard Fact #101

Archaeologists working deep within a series of ruined catacombs in southeastern Brigard were sorting through the usual artifacts – pottery, jewelry, and the like – when they came across something very strange. A scroll apparently untouched by the passage of time was found resting in what had been determined to be the chamber of a king. The scroll was covered in complicated patterns of unknown origin and detailed a treaty between two regional kingdoms. Understandably, the discovery stirred up a lot of debate. Many claimed the scroll was fake, either fabricated by the archaeologist himself or planted their as some sort of prank.

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