The Great Belzoni
Andrew Sieger

Giovanni Belzoni, a 6'8" circus strongman, journeys to Egypt in 1815 and becomes the greatest buccaneer in the history of archaeology. Using modern scientific methods, he robs the tombs of the Pharaohs and fills an entire wing of the British Museum. Belzoni toils in obscurity. Someone else claims the fame.


Writer: Andrew Sieger