The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 60 - 69 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 60 - 69 Summary

Sunday, 26 November, 1922 (pp. 227-229)

Ahmed awakens Ralph and demands full payment for him and his men. He announces that he and his men are going to work for Carter, who has found the tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen, although evidence of plunder from thousands of years ago has also been found. Ralph takes this as a sign of failure for Carter.

Monday, 27 November, 1922 (pp. 229-232)

A telegram from CCF promises to send money but also requests the details of Ralph's finds. Ralph visits Carter's site, which has yielded great treasures from King Tut, the news of the discoveries filling all the newspapers. He meets Lord Carnarvon and Lady Evelyn, then returns to his villa and worries over money. Carter comes by that night, gives Ralph compliments on his work, and mentions that Lady Evelyn may have romantic feelings toward him. She...

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