The holidays are a time to get together with friends and family. Presents shouldn’t really matter, but if you are struggling then this helpful guide might help.
For the open souled:
Eli Goldstone Strange Heart Beating
Goldstone’s powerful book tells the tale of Leda, killed by a swan. An enthralling read, it is a revelatory. The emerging new voice.
For the scholar:
The Tomb of Tutankhamun (Folio Society)
A smart addition to any scholar’s study or reading snook. This beautiful bound book contains pictures and a riveting archeological report of the Tutankhamun Excavation
For the always connected:
An impeccably researched book, exploring the interconnectedness of Egypt during the Greco-Roman period.
For the luxurious:
Fausto & Felice Niccolini: Houses and monuments of Pompeii
Luxuriate in the art of Pompeii, in this tasteful book collecting the painters of two brothers from the early nineteenth century excavations.
For the little ones:
This gorgeous gift is perfect for the little ones. They will be enchanted and entranced for hours, finding out about the mysteries of Egypt.
For the curious:
Subscription to Rhakotis
This present is free, but everyone will love it: all you need to do to do is sign them up to Rhakotis.com. Actually I am not sure this is GDPR compliant, so sign up yourself.