Towards the end of his life, the royal scribe to Tuthmosis I, his son Tuthmosis II and Hatshepsut, recalls times past: long hours spent transcribing holy texts in the burial chambers of the Valley of the Kings, his friendship with the Pharaoh’s architect, Ineni, the tragic destiny of Meryre-ankh, the worshipper of Amon, who sends messages to him from the afterlife, his tumultuous romance with the lovely Ished, and his initiation into the mysterious brotherhood of the Sotem-Ash.
As the breath of the god Amun gradually turns the pages of Kaourê’s life, the wisdom and the greatness of Egypt is revealed. This novel will delight all lovers of Ancient Egypt.
|Format livre||14,8 x 21,5 cm|
|Number of pages||312|
|Type of book||Broché|
|Date of publication||01/05/2019|