Digging Deeper: The Life and Work of Mary Brodrick (Paperback)

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Digging Deeper: The Life and Work of Mary Brodrick (Paperback)


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Mary Brodrick was a prolific female Egyptologist and Archaeologist at the turn of the 20th century. In 1906, the Daily Mail called her "perhaps the greatest lady Egyptologist of the day" and friends reported that, "her work to find the truth and give it to the world was the essence of her life." Her contemporaries included Howard Carter, who is credited with the find of King Tut-ankh-amen's tomb, and other giants of archaeology like Maspero and Petrie. Unlike other historical female apologists, Mary has been written about a few times already. However, they all missed the crux of who Mary was, because they left out what made her who she was: her faith in Jesus Christ and her passion for the truth. May, as she was known to friends, was not only an Egyptologist and Archaeologist, she was also a devoted Christian whose most ignored work-- and oddly, her only work she could claim completely her own (without co-authors) --was a series of essays challenging the historical legality of The Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Her archaeological knowledge, talent for languages, and understanding of Jewish law cracks this ancient case wide open in a fresh way for modern audiences. It is finally time to unearth the truth with Mary Brodrick.

Product Details ISBN: 9798987933220
Publisher: Enterline Press
Publication Date: October 15th, 2023
Pages: 180
Language: English