The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 40 - 49 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 40 - 49 Summary

Wednesday, 8 November, 1922 (pp. 182-183)

Recovered from his illness, Ralph visits Carter's staircase at night. For some reason, Carter has reburied his find, and Ralph interprets this to mean the stairs had led to nothing of significance. He then looks in on Carter through a window as he sleeps in his villa. Ralph feels sorry for the man.

Thursday, 9 November, 1922 (p. 184)

Ahmed and the workers are happy that Ralph is healthy enough to work again. They continue the cliff face exploration, but not much remains to be probed.

Friday, 10 November, 1922 (pp. 184-185)

Ralph orders his workers to stake out a 100-yard square area of the valley floor for trench digging. He needs more men and tools, but this will require money from the Partnership, CCF, and his other investors.

Saturday, 11 November, 1922 (pp. 185-193)

One of the workers finds a small...

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