My review of Beneath the Sands of Egypt: Adventures of an Unconventional Archaeologist

I got this book yesterday and could not put it down. Such a exciting read with loads of historical facts. He also gives essential guidance for all students looking to make a career out of Egyptology. How difficult it is to get a job but serendipity can come into your …

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A review of Grandfather Father Son: Ancient Egyptian Temples eBook: Jane Akshar: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

Grandfather Father Son: Ancient Egyptian Temples eBook: Jane Akshar: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store: 5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book with a bit of everything. 5 Nov 2014 By Gillian Bowes Verified Purchase Once again Jane has produced an easy to read book which is full of interesting facts,good advise and …

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Amazon.co.uk: 5* review of Hidden Luxor

Amazon.co.uk: B J McWilliam’s review of Hidden Luxor: For the independent traveller this is a handy book to have written in Jane’s inimitable style. She guides you through some of the less well visited parts of the main sites and also introduces the hidden corners of the west bank. Hidden …

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Hidden Luxor reviewed in German!

Buchtipp: Hidden Luxor – Reise nach Ägypten: Seit 2003 lebt die ägyptenbegeisterte Engländerin Jane Akshar in Luxor. Sie kennt sich dort also wirklich aus und weiß genau, welche Monumente von den großen Reisegesellschaften angefahren werden. Vor allem aber weiß sie, was die Touristen dabei alles verpassen. Und genau das beschreibt …

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Great Tour Guide for Three “not to miss” temples,

First Amazon review 🙂 Amazon.com: Al B.’s review of Grandfather Father Son: Ancient Egyptian T… Not all Egyptian temples were created equal. Jane gives you three West Bank temples from the great Rameside pharaohs which run south to north from the ticket kiosk across the river from Luxor. She resides …

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