Gardiner’s Sign List: A Magical Addendum
Looking for a quick and easy reference for the uses of magical hieroglyhics? Look no further. Authors Arkaeus and Olin Baldric have created an excellent field guide for curse-breakers, magianthropologists, magiarchaeologists and more.
Foreword: by Tertius Maceachern III
After this, the pair seemed to take the world by storm. The brothers used unconventional methods and solid teamwork to expand Gringott’s influence and territories of exploration. Serving as models of efficacy, their efforts have culminated in the discovery and clearing of both the long-hidden royal tomb in Luoyang City, China and the second sunken city of Egypt: Pelusia.
Their secret weapon was their meticulous field notes, recorded by Olin and comprised of their own personal experiences and anecdotes from colleagues, which provided the most complete magical compilation of hieroglyphics to date. A year of polishing and testing theories later, the finished product is now here in your hands. While there is undoubtedly more to discover and catalog, if you are looking for a comprehensive and accessible guide to the use of magical hieroglyphs, this is it.
While it is certainly no substitute for a phonetic guide, historical accounts or a complete list of all hieroglyphics, Gardiner’s Sign List: A Magical Addendum has proven its worth many times over as the contemporary magiarchaeologist and curse-breaker’s bible, providing the benefits of their notes and experiences to the entire magical community.
-Tertius Maceachern III
Egyptologist and curse-breaker
Discoverer of the Tomb of Horemheb