Edited by Greg Neyman
One of the oldest British books, The
Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, contains the stories of people encountering
dragons, and the flag for the country of Wales has a dragon on it.
This is proof that dragons existed recently (and, since dragons were
dinosaurs, proof that dinosaurs existed recently)
Source: Ken Ham, The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved!, Page 38-37
There is no evidence to suggest that dragons were real
It is not good science to base scientific conclusions upon the writings of medieval England
The Welsh liking of dragons came from the Roman occupation, and was not based on any indigenous life forms in Wales
The only conclusion one can reach is that the Welch people liked their dragon tales enough to put it on their flag. The same is true of other nations with dragons on their flags (Kingdom of Bhután)
The Isle of Man (a British Isle) has a figure with three legs. Are we to assume that the island is full of three-legged humans?
Heraldic symbolism cannot be interpreted as based on fact
The flag for Sri Lanka has a lion holding a sword. Is this because lions in Sri Lanka are armed with swords?
For more Reading:
The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved! A book review
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