This beautiful and whimsical calendar is based on the best-selling book "Egyptology: Search for the Tomb of Osiris," which purports to be the travel journal of amateur archaeologist Emily Sands who went missing during the height of 1920s Egyptomania. Like the book, the calendar features photos, sketches, pull-out documents, sundry flaps, and other novelty elements such as a "sample of mummy cloth," plus temporary tattoos. It's the essential calendar for enthusiasts of Egyptology. The calendar design is process-intensive, duplicating many favorite features from the book. "The Egyptology Handbook: A Course in the Wonders of Egypt" was published as a follow-up to "Egyptology,"
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