The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 80 - 89 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 80 - 89 Summary

Wednesday, 13 December, 1922 (pp. 295-296)

Finishing with the columns, Ralph speculates on how Atum-hadu might have furnished the tomb and commissioned an artist to write the hieroglyphs and paint the scenes. The bank bars Ralph from making any more queries about wired funds.

Thursday, 14 December, 1922 (p. 296)

Ralph mentions to Margaret that something terrible has happened to him. He does not come right out and say it, but this room turns out to be empty as well. At this point insanity fully settles into him.

Friday, 15 December, 1922 (p. 297)

Ralph wonders how Atum-hadu knew the end of his kingdom had come. This reflects Ralph's discovery that the tomb dead-ends and contains nothing of worth.

Saturday, 16 December, 1922 (p. 297)

Ralph is too sick to work.

Sunday, 17 December, 1922 (pp. 297-298)

A mummified cat shows up in the seventh room. Ralph describes the cat-god Bastet and...

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