The Eye of Horus
was the third story in the
Doctor Who - The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield
The Triumph of Sutekh
Publisher's summary Edit
Egypt is enjoying a golden age - peace, prosperity and a powerful Pharaoh. But something is moving through the sands. A forgotten god requests an invite to the feast.
to be added
Tutmosis does not like being referred to as King Tut.
Hatshepsut's barge is the .
Ship of a Billion Years Both the Doctor and Sutekh initially arrive from the desert, and have a profound influence on a pharaoh.
This story was recorded on 13, 14, 17, and 18 November and 5 December 2014 at The Moat Studios and The Sound House.
A historical expert, John Johnston, was consulted for this release to ensure factual accuracy to Ancient Egyptian history.
Sutekh encourages Tutmosis to murder his mother, Hatshepsut, to ascend to king. This is inspired by real life Egyptian history, as is the Land of Punt.
Hatshepsut mentions Sarah Jane Smith as one of the people she is to expect. ( TV: )
Pyramids of Mars The Doctor removes many of his own memories to make more space. In this incarnation he has made a habit of removing unnecessary memories. ( PROSE: ) In his next, as well, he would have most of his memory suppressed to store other information. ( Genesys PROSE: )
The Gallifrey Chronicles
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