I didn’t actually time this to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Howard Carter’s disturbing of Tutankhamun’s tomb, but it certainly inspired me. I’ve got complicated feelings about ancient people as museum exhibits, which I might write about later…
I hadn’t drawn a Greek Myth Chicken so far this year so I took the opportunity! (It’s not actually any kind of statement – if you’re not familiar with my Greek Myth Chickens, see them here) And as it’s Halloween, I’ve done a Hammer Horror mummy version
Thank you so so much to everyone who’s participated in ClassicsTober this year, either by posting or by reading through the hashtag! It’s been a lot of fun and really educational!
Interview with Jason Aaron (Thor: God of Thunder), Part One
“And All the Generous Earth”: Ásatrú Ritual and Climate Change Ethics, Part Two
“And All the Generous Earth”: Ásatrú Ritual and Climate Change Ethics, Part One