Q&A: In Gathering the Bones Together by Orr?

Question by Alana: In the by Orr?
Do you think the speaker’s mention of the ” could be a veiled allusion to Anuibus in Egyptology even though there isn’t much supporting evidence? Thanks for your help.

Best answer:

Answer by Hawaii RiceBall
i think so, i would definately say that it does!

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