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Not Singing in ‘Aida’

Not Singing in ‘Aida’

I became interested in Egyptologist Amelia B. Edwards (1831-92) through a number of sources. Firstly, I was amazed by her tomb in Henbury churchyard, now in the northern suburb of Henbury, Bristol. It  is unique  in having an obelisk, and the Egyptian sign Ankh, a thoroughly unChristian symbology in sacred space. Then I  saw a … Continue reading