Papyrus The Amulet of the Great Pyramid by Lucien de Gieter
  

Papyrus The Amulet of the Great Pyramid

Written by Lucien de Gieter
Illustrated by Lucien de Gieter

Synopsis

Papyrus The Amulet of the Great Pyramid by Lucien de Gieter

Drawn by strange cries coming from the necropolis at the foot of the pyramids, Papyrus comes face to face with Anubis, the god of the dead. The jackal-headed god, angered by a rash of grave robbing, orders the young Egyptian to enter the Great Pyramid and retrieve there the heart scarab of Kheops. But the pyramid is already 1000 years old to Papyrus, and robbers have long ago desecrated it. The young boy will have to search it from top to bottom.

About the Author

Lucien De Gieter started off in the graphic-novel world as a writer for Spirou magazine, in 1961. He launched his first series, Pony, and collaborated with Peyo in the inking of the Smurfs. But it was with Tooot and Puit, the adventures of a young Japanese fisherman and a siren, that he gained his reputation as an author. In 1974, the first Papyrus strips were published in Spirou. This Egyptian saga quickly became very popular.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Lucien de Gieter
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

5th February 2015

ISBN

9781849182409


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