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What books did Eloise Jarvis McGraw write?

What books did Eloise Jarvis McGraw write?

Books by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

  • The Golden Goblet. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • Moccasin Trail. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • The Seventeenth Swap. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • Master Cornhill. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • The Moorchild. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • Sawdust in His Shoes. by Eloise Jarvis McGraw.
  • The Striped Ships.
  • The Money Room.

When did eloise Jarvis McGraw die?

November 30, 2000
Eloise Jarvis McGraw/Date of death

Who is GEBU golden goblet?

The Golden Goblet is a book written by Eloise Jarvis McGraw; it concerns an Egyptian boy named Ranofer whose world takes a bad turn once his father is deceased. Ranofer is put in the keeping of his older half-brother Gebu, who he grows to hate quite strongly since Gebu mistreats him often.

Where was Eloise Jarvis McGraw born?

Houston, TX
Eloise Jarvis McGraw/Place of birth

How does the golden goblet end?

“A donkey,” Ranofer said, “so that I may earn a living for myself like the Ancient, be a student of Zau the Gold Master & make fine jewellery for Your Sublime Majesty.” He then trots off on his magnificent new donkey and the book ends with him meeting with the Ancient and Heqet, having changed around his life …

What does QA Nefer mean?

Qa-nefer-large gold earrings.

What was the creature that frightened Ranofer?

Ranofer was scared after he encountered the great winged creature but Ranofer still wants to go on. When he was inside the tomb he was hiding thinking Gebu found him but it was the Ancient.

How did REKH find out about the gold thefts?

Ibni, a Babylonian porter, has Ranofer delivering wine to Gebu. Ranofer becomes suspicious that Ibni is hiding stolen gold in the wineskins when the head goldsmith Rekh reveals that he has discovered gold has been stolen from the shop.

What is Nefertiti’s full name?

Neferneferuaten Nefertiti
Nefertiti/Full name

What is the Egyptian word for queen?

In Egyptian history, there was no word for a “queen regnant” as in contemporary history, “king” being the ancient Egyptian title regardless of gender, and by the time of her reign, pharaoh had become the name for the ruler.

What did Ranofer do with all his wages?

He is forced to work as a porter, sweeping the goldsmith shop, instead of working as an apprentice. Ranofer becomes friends with Heqet, a new apprentice at the gold shop.

What does Ranofer realize about the goblet?

Ranofer breaks into Gebu’s room and discovers a golden goblet which could not come from the area. Ranofer realizes that Gebu has been tomb robbing by the markings at the bottom which say the name of a pharaoh, Thutmose the Conqueror.