Legend Quest: Season 1, Episode 5

Merlin's Magical Treasures/King Solomon's Ring (10 Aug. 2011)

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Ashley and the team travel to the United Kingdom searching for the treasures of the famed magician, Merlin, and then head to the Holy Land to track down the biblical ring of King Solomon.

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Ashley and the team travel to the United Kingdom searching for the treasures of the famed magician, Merlin, and then head to the Holy Land to track down the biblical ring of King Solomon.

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draws a LOOOONG and questionable Bow
1 September 2014 | by (Sydney. Australia) – See all my reviews

Has a great production style and looks great. It goes to some wonderful sites with some interesting titbit's along the way. The premise starts with an accepted legend which is interesting in its own right then sets out to "hunt" the artifacts down on film. But this is where the good parts of these reviews cease the rest lacks any real substance or credibility. It starts with the legend then makes tenuous and dubious pseudo intellectual assumptions in an attempt to "think" their way to finding the artifact. However it's done through seriously doubtful assumptions that build upon other doubtful assumptions… to create an outcome akin to something a conspiracy theorist would be proud off. Add to this lazy "archaeology reality TV" it is overly dramatized by the presenter trying (vainly) to build some gravitas makes it just irritating. How one can make a legitimate leap from 2 stones in a triangle found in a dubious tunnel somehow points to some prison in the north as the resting place for a ring… then to see two fish in a Christian mosaic and then makes tenuous leaps one after an other that it's now held in the Vatican because of some paving decoration in the square…please… I wish it was better cause I really love this sort of stuff but need credibility with my research.. Sorry guys wanted to love it,, but I cant Hope it works better for you Regards


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