Monthly Archives: March 2016

Historical How-To: Splitting up Finds

A month ago, over the span of about 10 days, I had multiple trustworthy sources tell me I JUST HAD to read Mary Chubb‘s fabulous Nefertiti Lived Here (1954).  The book is her memoir about her first-ever excavation at Amarna … Continue reading

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Emma Andrews, Egyptologist

**I’ve been blogging over at HARN towers!  Check it out! Emma Andrews gets a bad and unfair rap.  As I posted here recently in a book review, Emma Andrews was a central character in the life of American millionaire and … Continue reading

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