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Graham Phillips

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Graham Phillips

Graham Phillips is a British non-fiction author who has investigated historical mysteries for over three decades, and has appeared in many documentaries broadcast worldwide. His fifteen published books include investigations into the truth behind the legendary figures of King Arthur and Robin Hood, and biblical mysteries such as the location of Mount Sinai and the cause of the Ten Plagues of Egypt. He has searched for the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant, the tomb of the Virgin Mary, and has investigated the suspicious death of Alexander the Great.

Graham Phillips has been described as a “historical detective” and a “real-life Indiana Jones.”

Graham has a website   grahamphillips.net, and Facebook page .

Books published by Inner Traditions :

The Lost Tomb of King Arthur  (The search for Camelot and the Isle of Avalon)
The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant  (The search for the lost Ark)
The End of Eden  (The comet that changed civilization)
Atlantis and the Ten Plagues of Egypt (The mystery of the Exodus)
The Virgin Mary Conspiracy (The search for the tomb of Christ’s mother)
The Chalice of Magdalene (The search for the Holy Grail)
Merlin and the Discovery of Avalon in the New World (Did Merlin visit America?)

 

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