The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 70 - 79 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 70 - 79 Summary

Monday, 4 December, 1922 (pp. 278-280)

Atum-hadu ignores the warnings of the god Seth about his new queen. She is the daughter of the Mater of Largesse, keeper of the king's wealth, and she conspires with her father to steal from the king. Atum-hadu tries to stab his queen, but fails to do so.

Ralph sends a brief telegram to Margaret, asking her to acknowledge her love for him, and in the cryptic abbreviation, PLSACKLVRMT because he lacks the funds for anything longer.

Dec. 4 (pp. 280-281)

In an unsent letter discovered after her death, Margaret tells Ralph about how Ferrell had turned her and CCF against him. She recounts her tongue lashing of Ferrell and begs for Ralph's forgiveness.

Tuesday, 5 December, 1922 (pp. 282-284)

Further translation brings Atum-hadu to his eleventh reigning year. Invaders threaten his kingdom. He tortures a captured prisoner...

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