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Indiana Jones and the Unicorn's Legacy is the fifth novel in the series of original Indiana Jones stories published by Bantam Books. It was written by Rob MacGregor and released in September 1992.

Publisher's summary[]


Lost in the labyrinth of a Paleolithic cavern complex, Indy Jones encounters references to a mythological beast that may have existed twenty thousand years ago—and five years later Dr. Jones confronts the legend again, and the woman who is hoping to find the fabled unicorn's horn. But so is someone else from Indy's past, a man who will stop at nothing to obtain the ancient relic.

Some say the unicorn's horn came from an animal made extinct by the Great Flood. Others say the horn is an effective antidote to poison and a mystical relic. Indy discovers that the horn's power is less than benevolent, and the same could be said about the intentions of a certain beautiful art historian.



  • Aguila / Changing Man
  • Charles Ainsworth (Mentioned only)
  • Jonathan Ainsworth
  • Mary Ainsworth (Mentioned only)
  • Michael Ainsworth
  • Mrs. Ainsworth (Mentioned only)
  • Doge Barbargio (Mentioned only)
  • Giorgio Belbava (Mentioned only)
  • Dorian Belecamus (Mentioned only)
  • Franz Boas (Mentioned only)
  • Marcus Brody
  • Diego Calderone
  • Deirdre Campbell Jones (Mentioned only)
  • Christine
  • George
  • Followers of the horn
  • Indiana Jones
  • Isabelle
  • Jesus Christ (Mentioned only)
  • Jimbo
  • Laura
  • Frederick Mathers (Mentioned only)
  • Marcella (Mentioned only)
  • Maybelle
  • Millie
  • Neddie Watson
  • Eugenio Lemus y Olmos
  • James Rogers (Mentioned only)
  • Lorraine Rogers (Mentioned only)
  • Mara Rogers
  • Peter Rogers (Mentioned only)
  • Sarah Rogers Smithers (Mentioned only)
  • Johannes Palaeologos (Mentioned only)
  • Sam
  • María de Sautuola (Mentioned only)
  • Felix Schultz (Mentioned only)
  • Jack Shannon
  • Belbava's son (Mentioned only)
  • Unidentified sheikh (Mentioned only)
  • Oscar Smithers
  • Rosie Smithers
  • Roland Walcott
  • Benjamin Alfred "Al" Weatherill (Mentioned only)
  • Richard Weatherill (Mentioned only)


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