|Series||Essay index reprint series|
|LC Classifications||R131 .H212 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 408 p.|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||79093342|
Five classic novelisations of TV adventures set in Earth’s history. In Doctor Who: The Aztecs the First Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan materialise in Mexico during the bloodthirsty Aztec civilisation. From Nefertiti to Robin Hood, this essential Doctor's guide gives us his unique take on Earth's most famous historical figures. Through annotations, scribblings and his trademark snarky humour, the Doctor has plenty to say about the pudding-brained humans he's met on his travels/5. THE book the Time Lords (including the Doctor) read when studying at the Academy, the full-color in-world history that pieces together the true story of Gallifrey from the many and contradictory accounts that survived the Last Great Time War.. Doctor Who: A Brief History of Time Lords tells the story of all of this ancient, legendary civilization, of notable historical figures, of Gallifrey /5(). My own collection of The Doctor as he appears in (human) history. Feel free to submit your own findings, or ideas for future photos. thedoctorinhistory. The TARDIS spotted at Cardiff Castle. Posted 6 years ago 12 notes. Tagged: the doctor, doctor who, TARDIS, cardiff,. The Tenth Doctor sighted near the Titanic before leaving port.
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