Objects & Places from The Egyptologist

Arthur Phillips
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This is the location of the circus at which a character works.


This is the location of Harvard.

Oxford University

This is the location where a character claims to have studied, but there is no proof to support the claim.


This is where the expedition goes to find the tomb of a king.

Fragment C

This is a fragment of a scroll that is suspected to be a forgery.

Tomb of Atum-hadu

This is supposedly an ancient storage area.

Carter's Site

This is the location where an actual tomb is discovered.


This is where telegrams, notes, and messages are kept. Diagrams from the dig are also kept here.


These are communications between people in the novel.


These are more expensive and quicker than other methods of communicating with people.


These are the formal, official items which allow people do things or...

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