The story of Emily Sands' ill-fated expedition to find the tomb of Osiris was told in the journal she entitled Egyptology.
Legend has it that this is the book Miss Sands was preparing for her niece and nephew.
In this book Emily introduces thirty exciting lessons that should satisfy all budding Egyptololgists, including : History of Ancient Egypt; Life and Culture in Ancient Egypt; Gods and Religion in Ancient Egypt; plus time-lines and lessons in hieroglyphs.
The book has four pages of full-colour 'Egyptology' stickers.
Lesson 1. Nearly five thousand years ago, the lands that lay along the northernmost part of the rive Nile were united for the first time under a single king known as Narmer. Believed by his people to be a living god, Narmer was the first of many hundreds of pharaohs under whose rule the land of Egypt became home to one of the most impressive civilisations the world has ever know.....
Number Of Pages: 85
Published: 1st November 2005