Egyptology: Search For the Tomb of Osiris
Presented as Emily Sands’ lavish scrapbook journal of a lost expedition to Egypt to discover the body of the mythical Osiris, this book is firmly placed in 1926 and features a wealth of novelties and recreations from the period, as well as interesting facts about ancient Egypt and famous Egyptologists.
If you enjoyed Templar’s extraordinary Dragonology (New York Times Bestseller & Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Week), then just wait until you see Egyptology. With a stunning gold foiled and embossed cover featuring three ‘jewels’, and with its creation overseen by TGH James, ex keeper of Egyptian Antiquities at the British Museum, Egyptology is Emily Sands’ lavish 1926 scrapbook journal of a lost expedition. Full of novelties and recreations, such as a piece of mummy cloth, a booklet on hieroglyphs and a working board game , the book brims with beautiful art and fascinating facts about Ancient Egypt, and a has a final magnificent novelty in the back case.