IntroductionThese scrolls were found in a cave complex near Ragos, buried together with treasures in one of many sarkophages. The author with the name Markos has buried this scrolls in the grave to someone with the name Tytus, which indicates the rather rare name "Tythos". Thus, the whole cave is now a holy place for the Ragosan Empire, and only a few people are allowed to visit it. The scrolls were written in a language, that sounds pretty similar to the extinct Radvorian Tongue, indicating that it might be the language which finally formed the Radvorian Tongue. The Scrolls of Markos are the longest and most detailed works written in this ancient language. The year is assessed to The following translation aims to use the most fitting words in Human Tongue, but the reader might excuse a bit of guesswork regarding a few words that weren't used for hundreds of years.