Papyrus Tutankhamun by Lucien de Gieter
  

Synopsis

Papyrus Tutankhamun by Lucien de Gieter

Thanks to a magical decoction, Papyrus travels back a century to meet the future Pharaoh, Tutankhamun, and his wife Ankhsenamon. Papyrus witnesses Tutankhamun's murder and the sombre going-ons that follow his death. In danger, Papyrus is once again rescued by Theti-Cheri, his friend and the Pharaoh's daughter. But before he returns to his own era, Papyrus discovers who has been looting the tombs of the Valley of the Kings.

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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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Lucien de Gieter
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Publication date

4th February 2009

ISBN

9781905460847


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