The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 50 - 59 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 50 - 59 Summary

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 16, 17, 18 November, written Saturday, 18 November, 1922 (pp. 203-209)

The second door falls out of control and smashes inside the second room, crushing Ralph's foot in the process. He explores the room despite the pain and finds another empty room. The injury of another worker causes Ralph to let them all go into town and find help for the man while Ralph examines the room. He finds a third door and begins to chip away at it. The workers return with bandages and water for his badly injured foot.

Ralph goes to town and discovers that CCF has wired money, but only a fraction of the agreed-upon amount. Ralph sends a complaining telegram to CCF.

Sunday, 19 November, 1922 (pp. 209-210)

Ralph's injured foot and exhaustion keep him away from the dig. His workers do nothing for an entire day.

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