The Curse of the Pharaohs Setting & Symbolism

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House in Kent, England

Located in England, this Georgian mansion is where the Emersons decide to live when Ramses is born and end up staying there far longer than they had planned. It is an old rambling house, surrounded by gardens and land where Ramses and the dogs roam and dig. The house is symbolic of the secure and somewhat boring life the Emersons lead when at home in England away from their Egypt activities. It represents their settling down time while Ramses is growing from an infant to the age where he can join Emerson and Amelia on their travels.

Valley of the Kings

This is an area in Egypt where many Pharaohs have been buried and a few of the tombs have been revealed. It is a place of mystery and beauty to all archaeologists, especially the Emersons. The area about the tombs is desolate and...

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