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Un pacco per Indiana Jones 16.12.12

Il contenuto del pacco indirizzato a Indiana Jones

L'Università di Chicago ha ricevuto un pacco indirizzato a Henry Walton Jones Jr., conosciuto ai più con il nome di Indiana Jones.
Il suo contenuto racchiude un'elaborata riproduzione del diario dell'egittologo Abner Ravenwood, il padre di Marion e mentore di Indiana proprio all'Università di Chicago, denaro, documenti e alcune foto della stessa Marion.

The package contained an incredibly detailed replica of "University of Chicago Professor" Abner Ravenwood's journal from Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. It looks only sort of like this one, but almost exactly like this one, so much so that we thought it might have been the one that was for sale on Ebay had we not seen some telling inconsistencies in cover color and "Ex Libris" page (and distinct lack of sword). The book itself is a bit dusty, and the cover is teal fabric with a red velvet spine, with weathered inserts and many postcards/pictures of Marion Ravenwood (and some cool old replica money) included. It's clear that it is mostly, but not completely handmade, as although the included paper is weathered all of the "handwriting" and calligraphy lacks the telltale pressure marks of actual handwriting.

The package does not actually have real stamps on it-- the outside of the package was crinkly and dirty as if it came through the mail, but the stamps themselves are pasted on and look like they have been photocopied. There is no US postage on the package, but we did receive it in a bin of mail, and it is addressed to the physical address of our building, Rosenwald Hall, which has a distinctly different address from any other buildings where it might be appropriate to send it (Haskell Hall or the Oriental Institute Museum). However, although now home to the Econ department and College Admissions, Rosenwald Hall used to be the home to our departments of geology and geography.