Osirionology

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A piece of art from Ancient Osirion depicting Nethys.

Osirionology is the study of the history, people, language, literature, religion, and art of Ancient Osirion. The word is usually capitalized in texts.[1]

Practice

A practitioner of the discipline is an Osirionologist. The subject is so broad that many types of Osirionologist are found: most are academics or archaeologists, but some are necromancers, linguists specializing in hieroglyphs, or modern Osirians looking for their ancestors' treasure. Some Osirionologists are specialists while others preserve a much broader aspect of the discipline.[1]

References

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Shaun Hocking, Rob McCreary, and Jason Nelson. (2013). People of the Sands, p. 7. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-601-0