Ah, Hamunaptra – that fabled City of the Dead, an ancient burial site for the sons of Pharoahs and the resting place for the wealth of Egypt. Lost for centuries, this vast necropolis contained precious artifacts and antiquities from the height of ancient Egyptian civilization. Lost for centuries and rediscovered in 1923 by a curious map found inside of a puzzle box Key of Hamunaptra by Rick O’Connell and expert Egyptologist Evie Carnahan.
Printed on a sturdy cotton canvas and measuring approximately 11 x 17″, this map details the means and methods for finding the lost city, and is a must-have for adventurers, O’Connell cosplays, and would be treasure-seekers. Of course, it might also make you the target of rival archaeologists, vengeful Medjai, priests dedicated to the raising of Imhotep, or just jealous and covetous friends. So if you find yourself on the wrong side of the river without your horses, this map is sure to help you through the desert wastes.
Check our store for other great Mummy artifacts – the Key of Hamunaptra, the Book of the Dead, and Book of the Living.
(Please allow 3-5 business days to prepare / dig your map out of the archives for shipment.)
Due to variations in preparation and handling, each scroll may appear slightly different in wear or color than pictured.