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And the Winners of the Archaeology of Tomb Raider Sweepstake Are….

The first Archaeology of Tomb Raider sweepstake competition has now come to an end! It’s been a huge success with over 80 people from around the world competing for the chance to win either a copy of Lesley and Roy Adkin’s The Keys of Egypt: The Race to Read the Hieroglyphs or Barbara Watterson’s Gods of Ancient Egypt. Thank you all so much for participating and for spreading the word about the competition on Facebook and other social media. You guys rock. 🙂

And now, without further ado, here are the two lucky winners!

The Keys of Egypt

Nick Davies

Gods of Ancient Egypt

Suzanne Cooper

Congratulations, Nick Davies and Suzanne Cooper! I will be contacting both of you via email to ask for your home addresses and will mail the books to you within the next couple of weeks. I hope you both enjoy your prizes. 🙂

Commiserations to everyone else. The Random Number Generator Gods weren’t in your favour this time but maybe you’ll be successful next time around. Keep the faith. 😉

Thank you all so much for your support and interest. Without you, this competition would never have gotten off the ground. Keep an eye out for news about another competition within the next day or so and, if you haven’t done so already, consider subscribing to the monthly newsletter. The newsletter will contain links to the top blog posts of the month, a summary of some of the latest archaeological discoveries, and news about the Tomb Raider community. The first edition will be sent out this week so don’t miss it! 🙂

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About Kelly M (396 Articles)
A Gibraltarian-born blogger, gamer, and archaeology enthusiast with a passion for languages and wildlife conservation. Tweets under the username @TombRaiderArch and runs the official fansite, The Archaeology of Tomb Raider.
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