Holiday gift guide

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.

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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

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For the always connected:

Beyond the Nile

An impeccably researched book, exploring the interconnectedness of Egypt during the Greco-Roman period.

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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.

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For the little ones:

Egyptomania

This gorgeous gift is perfect for the little ones. They will be enchanted and entranced for hours, finding out about the mysteries of Egypt.

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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.