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The Red Pyramid Setting & Symbolism

Rick Riordan
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Objects/Places

British Museum

Julius Kane takes his children, Sadie and Carter, to the British Museum in London on Christmas Eve. While there, he unleashes five gods from the Rosetta Stone, and Set imprisons Julius and the god Osiris who Julius hosts in a golden sarcophagus.

Brooklyn, New York

Amos Kane takes his nephew and niece to their family mansion in Brooklyn, New York after escaping the British police who chase the Kanes after Julius demolishes the Rosetta Stone when he releases the five gods. When Amos leaves the children to search for Set and uncover Set's plans, Set's minions attack the mansion, but Bast protects the children after she is summoned from her form as Sadie's cat, Muffin.

Hall of Ages

Zia leads Carter and Sadie through the Hall of Ages in the First Nome on their way to meet Chief Lector Iskandar. The magnificent hallway is filled with...

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