The answer seemed to lift a weight from the egyptologist's mind.
If I'm anything, I'm a—an egyptologist, in an amateur sort of way, you know.
They would take me for an egyptologist at his sacrilegious work.'
"I am an egyptologist—among other details," said the Tracer calmly.
Like Jacob Grimm, he compelled me, as an egyptologist, to remain in connection with the kindred departments.
One cannot visit Egypt without becoming an egyptologist in a small way.
He is an antiquary,—an egyptologist, and thereto his soul is wedded.
He peeled them off with the professional neatness of an egyptologist unwrapping a mummy.
The egyptologist, for instance, is confronted by a fact towards the explanation of which the monuments furnish no help.
Father was a bit of an egyptologist, and I had picked up the meaning of a few of the symbols from him: —star, —tooth, —serpent.