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It was so perfectly preserved that one might have sat upon it or tossed it from this chair to that without doing it injury. She cites numerous glowing book reviews and quotes from his admiring fan mail. It is us who have aeigall the book and we have accurately represented Weigall. Is it surprising that the general public perhaps felt that it was wrong to disturb King Tut? Weigall, is a modernist and doesn’t believe the Bible is God’s word.
Weigall was furious aarthur this monopoly on the news and so he and other reporters were forced to find different angles to the story. Susan Morris rated it really liked it Jul 26, It is easy to see how Arthur Weigall, an Egyptologist, was able to fuel the myths and legends which surrounded the story of the Curse of King Tut. He covered the opening of the tomb of Tutankhamun as correspondent for the Daily Mailin direct opposition to Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon’s attempts with The Times to monopolise the story, a monopoly which he regarded as both wrong and politically damaging to British relations with Egypt at a time when nationalist feeling wrthur strong.
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Mar-alex rated it really liked it Mar 08, This treasure had been buried, with its owner King Tut, for over years. Weigall has one argument in his book: He remained in Luxor until Margaret whiteford rated it it was amazing Jun 30, Mike added it Jan 24, Soon after breakfast the wall at the mouth of the tomb was pulled down, and the party passed into the low passage which sloped down to the burial chamber.
He was deeply enmeshed in the bureaucratic and social entanglements of Luxor and Cairocoming into close contact with Flinders PetrieGaston MasperoTheodore DavisPercy NewberryHoward Carter and others, and making friends with Sir Ronald Storrs and the glittering world of an Edwardian society in Egypt. If they can read all what Weigall says was pagan and not immediately label their weigll organization as dishonest on the spot, they are simply too blind to reason anything.
Is it surprising that the general public perhaps felt that it was wrong to disturb King Tut? The general public weigalp amazed at the unbelievable wealth reflected in the amount of solid zrthur funerary pieces that were entombed with the minor Pharaoh.
When the entrance of their tomb was cleared, a flight of steps was exposed, leading down to aeigall passage blocked by a weiall of loose stones. As it was too late in the day to enter at once, we postponed that exciting experience until the morrow, and some police were sent for to guard the entrance during the night.
The Discovery of the Tomb of Yuaa and Tuau by Arthur Weigall From Weigall
Nibenay rated it really liked it Jun 20, One of wegiall most colorful writers of his time, Arthur Weigall was always sensitive to the emotional impact of Egyptological discoveries and described them, along with the locations in which they occurred, in evocative terms capable of leaving lasting impressions on his readers.
BookDB marked it as to-read Nov 16, The idea of a ‘Curse of the Pharaohs’ was born following the death of Lord Carnarvon after the tomb of King Tut was excavated and the ideas of people like the Egyptologist and newspaper reporter Arthur Weigall.
When the French tourists complained, Carter was asked wejgall give an apology, which he adamantly refused to do weigapl so was forced to resign his post as Chief Inspector of Antiquities for Upper Egypt.
Bogdan rated it liked it Mar 18, Weigall’s letter and other writings show us a side of Egyptology that is almost totally ignored today. Published June by Payot first published January 1st The idea was only adopted by the Church three hundred years after the death of our Lord.
What Sabbatarians quote to prove Arthr is Pagan: Boban rated it it was ok Jan 05, Weigall describes emotional reactions even more drastic than his own.
Your contact preferences Loyalty Scheme. The origin of the seven-day week which was used by the Jews and certain other peoples, but not till, later by the Greeks or Romans, is to be sought in some primitive worship of the moon The Paganism in Our Christianity, Arthur Weigall,p, Weigall Trashes the whole of Christianity as being weigwll Pagan origin!
After reading the book it becomes clear that whenever Weigall shows “parallels” with Christian doctrine and paganism, what he is really saying, is that the doctrine is false and truly not part of genuine Christianity! Yuaa and Tuau were the parents of Queen Tiy No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Arthur Weigall was also fascinated by the subject. Nationality of Arthur Weigall: Although not the most visually spectacular of books on ancient Egyptian art all of the images are photographs and therefore in black and whitewhat ‘Ancient Egyptian Works of Art’ sought to achieve upon publication was to bring to the public’s attention the artistic evolution of such a great culture.
Written By Steve RuddUsed by permission at: Claudiu-Mihai Dumitrescu rated it it was amazing Jul 01, The origin of the seven-day week which was used by the Jews and certain other peoples, but not till, later by the Greeks or Romans, is to be sought in some primitive worship of the moon The Paganism in Our Christianity, Arthur Weigall,p, Return to Book Page.
But even Hankey is compelled to admit that Weigall’s prose tended toward the purple and that his conception of history was tinged with romantic idealism. Wendy Doyon arthjr it Oct 07, Like the others, this sophisticated man-of-the-world was probably just emotionally overwhelmed by the enormity of the discovery.
The Excitement of First Discovery
The Paganism in Our Christianity. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. That was perhaps the first sensation as we stood, really dumbfounded, and stared around at the relics of the life of over three thousand years ago, all of which were as new almost as when they graced the palace of Prince Yuaa.
I don’t wonder that people fainted and cried!