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Following the discovery of amateur Egyptologist Emily Sands' journal in 2004, the epic account of her 1926 expedition in search of the Lost Tomb of Osiris was finally revealed to the world. Miss Sands' great niece has released a new set of materials, sent to her by her aunt during the expedition, which include black-line illustrations by Nick Harris and Helen Ward - two of the artists who accompanied Emily. In this companion colouring volume to Egyptology, Miss Sands' fascinating notes are accompanied by 31 black line versions of some of the most important sketches of tombs, pyramids and ancient artefacts. Now you too can step back in time to the golden era of Egyptology, open this book and put pencil to paper. Word count: 5000
|Publication date:||23rd February 2017|
|Illustrator:||Nick Harris, Helen Ward, Douglas Carrel|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Dugald Steer (Author) Dugald Steer was born in 1965 and grew up in Surrey, where his love of books and reading led him to study English Literature and Philosophy at Bristol. Several jobs later Dugald began working at Templar Publishing, where he worked his way up to Senior Editor, writing and editing many books in house. He has written more than 100 books for Templar and, after going freelance to concentrate on writing, he authored the first seven books in their hugely successful 'Ology series. Dugald lives near Barcelona in Spain with his wife Ana and his two children. Nick Harris (Illustrator) ...More About Dugald Steer
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