“El Ben has agreed to let you visit Geigner.”
He didn’t wait for a response. Veilkov would show no emotion, though he made it known he had wanted to make this trip since the excavation began.
“Yes, but take Medak with you; safety in numbers. I think you should go through southern Egypt. Avoiding the cities in North Africa will be safer, less questions.”
Veilkov also preferred the southern route into the desert. That area was where local folklore believed Alexander the Great was buried. Many Egyptologists had spent their lives in that part of the Sahara searching for his grave.
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