"Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know more." —Confucius
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HENRY’S PHRONTISTERY

Hey, Tut fans! Henry Snider here. I asked Tut for ten pages at the end of the book where I could share all sorts of interesting information. He agreed to one. I’ll take it. It’s not every day I get to spread my knowledge across the world.

I offer up to you words that may come in useful when hanging out with an immortal teenage prior-pharaoh.

TUT II
  • apricate—to bask in the sun; if Apep has his way, we’ll never get to do this again!

  • dysania—when you have a hard time waking up in the morning; some mornings, especially on weekends during daylight savings time, this is totally me.

  • jettatura—the evil eye; Horus gives me this all the time.

  • octonocular—having eight eyes . . . like Igigi!

  • ophiomormous—snakelike

  • phrontistery—a place for thinking or studying (kind of like school!)

  • podobromhydrosis—stinky feet

  • serpivolant—flying serpent; yes, just like Apep



That’s all we have time for! But I’d love to hear some of your favorite words. Connect with me!

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