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Jono Elderton

Jono Elderton
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Jono Elderton is an Australian writer with a passion for Ancient Egypt. He has worked as a journalist, media manager, and English teacher. After travelling extensively worldwide and teaching in Thailand and Japan, he now lives in the outback and writes about ancient cultures, mythology, and the arts.

13 Essential Egyptian Pharaohs Who Formed Ancient Egypt

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